A group of teenagers from the Diocese of Eastern Newfoundland and Labrador attended CLAY (Canadian Lutheran Anglican Youth) in Thunder Bay last summer. Their full story and more photographs will be in the October issue of Anglican Life.
From Karen Brake, Vice-chair of the Kildevil Camp and Conference Centre:
We are inviting all Killdevil Campers new and old, whether you were a young camper, a SIT, a staff ‘brat’, staff member or all of the above to come and join us in our festivities to celebrate the 60th Anniversary of Killdevil Camp and Conference Centre.
Please mark MAY 25, 2019 on your calendar. Tell your friends and family and plan to come for the day or the night. Gather up your photos, your Killdevil camp shirt and your candle (if you still have it) for your visit. Spread the news! Watch for announcements of events for that weekend as well as our contact information. Looking forward to hearing from you soon, but more importantly, hoping to see many of you at Killdevil on Camp Day, May 25, 2019. Start planning! The Primate is already booked!
A quilt show was held in Rocky Harbour on August 3rd. More photographs and story to follow in the October issue of Anglican Life.
Bishop Geoff Peddle visited Battle Harbour this August, and is seen here ringing the bell in St. James’ Anglican Church. Full story to follow in the October issue of Anglican Life.