St. Edmund’s anniversary is today

It's been half a century since this little church first opened its doors

St. Edmund’s Anglican Church holds its 50th anniversary this afternoon (June 8) and is also celebrating 25 years of service by our administrator, Dianne Snider.

The church invites you to bring a friend, bring a neighbour and enjoy great music, great food, great company, in an informal atmosphere, delightful surroundings.

There will be a cash bar, open to everyone. There’s a suggested $10 donation for the event.

Hear Ron Klusmeier at the piano, and listen to the voices of A Cappella Plus.

The day’s program is mainly around 3:30 — 4:30 p.m. Learn a little about the global and local work of the Charter for Compassion — with a song composed here in Parksville for use around the world.

For more information, call St. Edmunds church at 250- 248-3114.




— Submitted by St. Edmund’s Anglican Church



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