Church celebrates women’s ministry

Group shot of women in St. Clement, Eglinton.
St. Clement, Eglinton ACW presidents gather at the church. Back row, left to right, Penny Finneron, Christine Coope, Jean Hiivala, Josie De Lucia, Cynthia Majewski, Susan Colacitti, Maureen Shortt and Linda Mather. Front row, left to right, Louise Ball, Nan Campion, Margaret Shawyer, Linda Sparling, Barb Zamborsky.
 on October 1, 2017
Peter Pacini

Past presidents of the Anglican Church Women at St. Clement, Eglinton gathered on May 28 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the ministry, service and fellowship of women in the parish. The community gathered to view special exhibits marking the 50 years of efforts, and the Rev. Andrew Federle rededicated “The Nativity,” created by Yvonne Williams and given by the women of St. Clement’s in gratitude for the privilege of service from 1892 to 1962. Through liturgy and celebration, the entire month of May marked a focus on women in ministry in the church, locally and globally.


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