Faith Mission Week 2015

____________________ For a review of this past event, please click here _______________________ “The Faith Mission exists to reach people with the good news of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. As an interdenominational agency, it works closely with all Christian churches that share a similar concern for passionate evangelism and evangelical truth, especially in areas where there is little or no biblical witness.” This year the faith Mission will be coming to Sannox Christian centre for a week of evening meetings, daily prayer and community.  Meetings will start at 7:30pm each day following tea and coffee in the marquee from 3pm.
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A Visit to Megantic County – Photo Story by David Pott

In August 2014, my wife Pam and I had the great privilege of visiting the place where the first immigrants from Arran, most of them members of Sannox Congregational Church, settled by Lac Joseph near Inverness in Megantic County Quebec. We arrived in Inverness with our friends David and Sue Lyon after nightfall and it took us a little while to find our hosts Terry and Ann Macmillan who built their home right by what is still called The Landing. We had an enjoyable couple of hours starting to get to know Terry and Ann. Terry is directly descended from
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New Bell Tent Erected

  A bell-tent has recently been erected, centred on the exact location of the future beehive stone chapel. This is a temporary place holder for the site of the chapel and will be used as a prayer space to seek God’s blessing and to continue the Celtic daily rhythm of prayer already introduced on site. A stone laying ceremony will be held late July within the tent to place the chapel altar foundation stone. This will be inscribed with scriptures as a symbol of the God’s word being the foundation of Sannox Christian Centre. We are looking for donations of brightly coloured cushions,
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Our first Sannox Spring and Summer

Midsummer has been a busy time in Sannox with people still dropping into the Church almost daily.  They come from far and wide to see the Church and site. We continue to have a planned ‘Open’ time between 2 and 4pm every Sunday but are finding people turn up any day and if someone is around they can open up the buildings and let them spend time inside. We have a good core group of volunteers on theIslandoffering hospitality.  They do this through caring for the place inside and out.  The grass and hedges are cut and the house and
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Sannox Congregational Church and Dundarroch purchased

After many months of negotiation for the purchase of this historic, spiritual site the sale has been completed.  Sannox is and will continue to be a place of Christian prayer and worship.  We aim to centre all our activities in prayer and worship along the lines of the Celtic christian rhythm of prayer as developed and practiced in similar retreat centres and throughout the ages.
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