Burying Time Capsule

Burying Time Capsule
1859 - 150th Anniversary of Parish - 2009 (photo by Scott & Debbie Travers )

Sunday, January 1, 2012

Christmas Eve

Our Parish holds two services on Christmas Eve and each year alternate between early and late service between St. Luke's O'Leary (below) and St. Peter's Alberton. This year the early service was at St. Luke's at 7pm.
The second Christmas Eve service was at St. Peter's at 9pm and was an extra special this year as we had a baptism.
Above:  The Holy Baptism of one-month old "Leo Leonard Williams" son of Derek and Kelly (O'Meara) Williams of Alberton.  Joyfully we welcome you into our congregation and the Family of God.  May God's blessings be always with them.
Interior of St. Peter's festively decorated for Christmas.  The Choir sang beautifully.
Above: Rev. Andrew addresses the congregation.
Below:  The photo below was taken of St. Peter's Alberton on Christmas morning following our 9:30am service.
The other two churches in our Parish are open seasonally and closed in winter.  Below is Holy Trinity Alma and Christ Church Kildare Capes.
Christ Church Kildare Capes above - photo submitted.

1 comment:

  1. How special to have a baptism on Christmas Eve! The church looks beautiful inside and out. You had snow! We were not lucky enough to have any snow here in New Hampshire. We got it in October instead...
    I really enjoyed seeing the picture of the Kildare church with snow all around it!
    Thanks for this wonderful blog.