Please see a notice I received from Reverend Sue Paulton about St. Mark's Annual Civic Service, held this Sunday, January 19th at 1pm.
The congregation of St. Mark’s Church invites you to attend the 47th Annual Civic Service. This meaningful service was initiated in Canada’s Centennial year, 1967, to raise up the City of Windsor in prayer and praise. We celebrate our civic leaders and civil servants, our service clubs and non-profit organizations, our Military groups as well as individual citizens who work to make Windsor a wonderful and safe place to live.
January 19th, 2014 may mark the final Civic Service in the present location. The congregation of St. Mark’s church plans to reorganize with St. David’s Anglican Church and leave our west end building in the new year.
We are thrilled to share with you that our speaker for 2014 will be Dr. Nick Krayacich, Past President of the LaSalle Rotary Club. As Dr. Krayacich has strong family ties to this Parish, I know his message will be especially meaningful. As well, we will sing to the music of the Windsor Regiment Band and enjoy the musical gifts of other special guests.
Please join us for this special celebration as we draw this chapter in St. Mark’s history, and the history of the Civic Service to a close. We look forward with hope to a new beginning and with God’s grace discover new ways of celebrating our great city in the future.
The Reverend Canon Sue Paulton+
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