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Grey Presbytery Closing Presentation Pt 3

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This is the thrid part of the presentation shown at the closing dinner of Grey Presbytery.

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Grey Presbytery Closing Presentation Pt 3

  1. 1. 1925 to 2009 - show in 3 parts Part 3
  2. 2. Prepared for the closing of Grey Presbytery of Toronto Conference of the United Church of Canada June 23, 2009 By Janet Iles
  3. 3. Churches/Congregations since 1925 not including those now part of Bruce Presbytery continued
  4. 4. Municipality of Meaford
  5. 5. Meaford 1883 -
  6. 6. St. Vincent Township Churches Bethesda (Snider’s) ca 1864 - 1969 Knox, St. Vincent 1856 - 1963
  7. 7. St. Vincent Township Churches Mount Pleasant ca 1843 - 1948 St. John’s ca 1855 - 1964
  8. 8. St. Vincent Township Churches White’s St. Vincent ca 1864 - 1963
  9. 9. Sydenham Township Churches Bognor ca 1873 - 1963 Johnstone 1885 - 1969
  10. 10. Sydenham Township Churches Knox, Sydenham ca 1870 - 1981 Leith ca 1860 - 1969
  11. 11. Sydenham Township Churches St. Paul’s ca 1868 - 1973 Silcote 1877 - 1969
  12. 12. Sydenham Township Churches Woodford 1872 - 2005
  13. 13. Trinity, Annan 1849 -
  14. 14. Owen Sound
  15. 15. Central United 1841 - 1993
  16. 16. Central Westside Westside 1889 - 1993 Central Westside 1994 -
  17. 17. Division Street 1852 -
  18. 18. First Ca 1841 -
  19. 19. Knox 1846 -
  20. 20. Southgate
  21. 21. Proton Township Churches Bethel ca 1870 - 1963 Inistioge (Armstrong’s) ca 1850 - 1961
  22. 22. Proton Township Churches Salem ca 1871 - 1988
  23. 23. Dundalk Ca 1869 -
  24. 24. Hopeville 1925 -
  25. 25. West Grey
  26. 26. Knox, Durham 1859 -
  27. 27. Glenelg Township Churches Zion ca 1860 - 1995
  28. 28. As we say goodbye to Grey Presbytery and celebrate the work of Grey Presbytery and the churches within, from 1925 to 2009 and look ahead to working together as part of Northern Waters Presbytery, we can reflect on the thoughts of Revs. C. Elmer Kenny and P. T. Pilkey spoken at the first Grey Presbytery meeting at Knox United Owen Sound on September 15, 1925 ---
  29. 29. Rev. C. Elmer Kenny, “suggested that they would come together with candor and with courage, that they might think together for the good of all and he was sure that they would have a happy time together.”
  30. 30. Rev. P. T. Pilkey trusted that “all would exercise the greatest patience with each other. He hoped they would forget their self- interest in their desire to promote the best interests of the whole Presbytery”
  31. 31. Credits for all 3 parts • Photos • Photos – Late Francis McKinlay – Howard Newman – Thornbury United Church – Irene McConnell – Late Jean & Rev. M. – Kemble Pastoral Charge Elizabeth McKinlay – Betty Warrilow – Betty Price – Vi Hill – M. B. “Sandy” McLeod – Bob Hurlbut – Korleen Halbert – Shirley Sinclair – Norman Seabrook – J. Falls – Ralph Bergman – Eugenia United Church – Rev. Jean Wilson – Edith Preston – Annesley United Church – Grey Roots Archival – Audrey Cornfield Collection – Grey Highlands Council – Menno Smith – Marilyn Lemon – Maxwell-Badjeros – Donald Abercrombie
  32. 32. Credits • Photos • Photos – Muriel Lush – Durham United Church – Doreen Scott – Rev. Judith Oliver – Doreen Tuck – Meaford United Church – Cameron Graham, Friends – Janet Iles of Leith Church – Louise Lipsett Compiled by Janet Iles – Central Westside United Church – Pat Wilkie – Elizabeth Lundy – Dundalk United Church
  33. 33. The end

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