A transport truck on its way to Bearskin Lake First Nation with donated supplies for the remote community has been in a state of emergency since Dec. 29 due to a COVID-19 outbreak.
A large portion of the donation is from
A large portion of the donation is from the Anglican Church of Canada’s relief agency, Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund, which supports people in need nationally and internationally.
“They just phoned me the end of last week that they wanted to give some money to support the Indigenous people in Northwestern Ontario who are suffering from COVID-19,” said Archdeacon Deborah Kraft of St. Paul’s Anglican Church.
Kraft selected the remote community of Bearskin Lake First Nation to receive the food and supplies valued at $10,000, which was shipped on Thursday morning from Westfort Foods.
Another $5,000 worth of personal protection equipment will be purchased for Kingfisher Lake First Nation.
St. Paul's is offering a service done entirely in CREE on the second Sunday of each month.
Everyone is welcome!
For more information please contact Sandra Fox at 630-1825
Date: Second Sunday of each month
Where: St. Paul's Anglican Church
808 Ridgeway Street (across from the former McKellar Hospital)
*please use side door off parking lot ~ bring indoor shoes/slippers*
When: 3:00 pm
Cree New Testament available
POSTPONED - DATE TBA
BLESSINGS TO ALL
AND STAY SAFE
Meet The Rt. Reverend Lydia Mamakwa, Bishop of the Diocese of Mishamikoweesh
"Doctrine of Discovery: Stolen Lands, Strong Hearts"
Please watch this film from 2019 produced by the Anglican Church of Canada. We showed it at the church 2 years ago and you might to watch it again or watch it for the first time. We can’t live
Christ’s doctrine of peace and reconciliation until we journey together into the truth.