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Autumn Photos from the Parishes

 As we have borne the image of the earthy,

we shall also bear the image of the heavenly.

1 Cor 15:49


See also photos from the   SPRING,    SUMMER  or  WINTER





The Rt. Rev. Ron Cutler, Suffragan Bishop of NS and PEI, confirmed (his first confirmation ever!)

four youth at St. Mark's Broad Cove

October 5 2008

from left to right

Leslie Hatheway

Gavin Hatheway

Nigel Getson and

Jared Getson

(with parents and grandmother)

















Photos by the Petite Riviere in October 2008







Gold flows on the Petite in the Fall









Click here to see Photos of the aftermath of Tropical Storm Noel on November 4, 2007




Michaelmas Daisies open just in time to announce the Feast    















                         A lover of carrot cake? (or, perhaps, of deer?)


   Gordon and Margaret Whynot of Petite Riviere

   celebrating their 50th Wedding Anniversary Dec 3/05.











     At a November Bible Study we went on a whirlwind

     introductory tour through the Old Testament in four

     weeks.  Some of the participants came by ferry to

     read, mark, learn, and inwardly digest God's word.


Dragonflies still enjoying the late November warmth.





November leaves - finishing the year as we hope our lives will on earth - inflamed in fiery love.




A Bible Study / Wine Tasting at Petite Riviere Vineyards and Winery

Crousetown October 12, 2005.

There was a reflection on the Biblical imagery of the Harvest and of Wine, Carol Wamboldt described

the process of harvesting and winemaking, and then we finished with a wine tasting and feast.








The fruit of the Spirit is...

love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and...self control.



On the way to Morning Prayer at St. Peter's until the end of September


   click for St. Peter's West LaHave



On the LaHave River with Capt. Melvin Himmelman (warden of St. James' LaHave)





We get fog too.



In September the ocean is often the warmest it gets here.




The spiders are big and plentiful 

(though not quite so orange) in

August and September reminding  

us not to be entangled again

by the 8 passions of the soul: