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Monday, December 24, 2012

Rural Christmas Services : Join Us!


Christmas-Several thousand years ago, a baby born in a manger changed the world. Today, Christians around the world, still mark his birth. Locally, many churches are holding special services tonight, and tomorrow.You are welcome to join in the celebrations, and find out for yourself why Christmas is celebrated. Here is a list of some of the many services and celebrations you are welcome to attend, Please add more services in the comments below.


7:30 pm Bethany United
10:00 pm Bethany United--Communion
5 p.m. and 7 p.m.St. Luke's Catholic Church Christmas Eve Mass,

7:30 pm.St.John's Anglican Ida Christmas Eve Family Holy Communion
9:00 pm Christmas Eve Traditional Holy Communion

5:00 pm Christ Church Anglican Holy Communion
7-8 pm Bethel Family Service
7pm Omemee Baptist Church
9-11 pm Trinity Communion Service

6:00 pm Pontypool United


10 a.m Christmas Day Mass St. Luke's Catholic Church
9:30 am.St.John's Anglican Ida Christmas Day Holy Communion
10:30a.m Pontypool United Church

Wishing you and Yours All the Joys and Blessings of this Miraculous Christmas Season

~Suzanne Sholer Omemee Pigeon eFlyer (editor)

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