St. John’s United Church, a community partner since 1917, is looking to create an affirming, welcoming space to live, gather, and worship for everyone, including seniors of the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered (GLBT) community.
St. John’s United has been playing an active and expanding role in peninsular Halifax for nearly 100 years.
To keep a congregation strong, churches must transform – they must offer continued spiritual guidance, as well as extend out into the community to engage the public.
An inspiring place to worship, housing for seniors and a variety of outreach programs and services.
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