For the past ten years, we have gathered on the first Saturday in June to remember and commemorate the life of Brittney McInnes. Brittney was a member of our Church community who lost her life through an act of violence.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions, there will NOT be our usual morning of prayer and fellowship. But the garden WILL be planted! We invite you to come individually or in your family group and plant a purple or pink petunia in the heart shaped flower bed by the Church sign. Come anytime between Monday, June 1 to Friday, June 5. Traditionally, we plant flowers remembering and honoring our indigenous sisters who have been murdered or disappeared in Canada and these flowers will be planted too.
We invite you to take a moment to reflect, pray and give Thanks to our God and Creator and truly feel His presence in this small act of planting a flower. If you are unable to plant yourself, please leave your petunia at the North entrance. We will check daily and look after this for you. Lastly, please let us know when you have participated so we can put your name in our scrapbook.
Judy Shore-Isford and Betty Jane Hegerat