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Recently at St. Martin’s Cathedral in Gander, we were blessed to welcome five Eucharistic ministers and two licensed lay inisters. Pictured in the photograph on the left are the Rev’d Deacon Diane Sacrey; Eucharistic ministers Kimberlee Rogers, Marie Brett, Maisie Spencer, Elizabeth Newhook, and Gary Dalley; licensed lay minster Linda Temple-Newhook; and the Rev’d James Beaton. Missing from photo is Marina Kean. We give thanks and wish them well in their ministry.
Recently at St. Martin’s Cathedral in Gander, we were blessed to welcome five Eucharistic ministers and two licensed lay inisters. Pictured in the photograph on the left are the Rev’d Deacon Diane Sacrey; Eucharistic ministers Kimberlee Rogers, Marie Brett, Maisie Spencer, Elizabeth Newhook, and Gary Dalley; licensed lay minster Linda Temple-Newhook; and the Rev’d James Beaton. Missing from photo is Marina Kean. We give thanks and wish them well in their ministry.
By on February 1, 2022
Photography: 
Marg Jenniex
On November 7th, the Rev’d James Beaton celebrated a special anniversary: 20 years of ordained ministry. The church family gives thanks for this milestone, and wishes him well. Rev’d Jim is pictured above with his wife Bernice after the celebration of the Holy Eucharist.
On November 7th, the Rev’d James Beaton celebrated a special anniversary: 20 years of ordained ministry. The church family gives thanks for this milestone, and wishes him well. Rev’d Jim is pictured above with his wife Bernice after the celebration of the Holy Eucharist.
At the Queen’s College Convocation on October 21st, the Rev’d James Reid was awarded the degree Doctor of Divinity (Honoris Causa). The orator was Mr. Dennis Budgell. Dr. Reid is pictured above with Rev’d James Beaton at St. Martin’s Cathedral in Gander, where he served for 22 years.
At the Queen’s College Convocation on October 21st, the Rev’d James Reid was awarded the degree Doctor of Divinity (Honoris Causa). The orator was Mr. Dennis Budgell. Dr. Reid is pictured above with Rev’d James Beaton at St. Martin’s Cathedral in Gander, where he served for 22 years.

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