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Christmas drive through at the Welland Brethren in Christ Church

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BIC Church Welland (check their web site)
Internet: http://www.itcwebdesigns.com/BICC_drive_trough01.html
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The Welland Brethren in Christ Church celebrates since a few years the birth of our savior on their parking lot with a drive through. Volunteers show scenes related to this great event. No fee is charged and even a free CD is handed out which guides you through the different live displays.

A visit to the Christian Camp Kahquah in Magnetawan, Ontario

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Camp Kahquah, 1230A Nipissing Rd, RR#1, Magnetawan, ON, P0A 1P0, Tel: 705-387-3923, Fax: 705-387-0045
Internet: http://www.itcwebdesigns.com/camp_kahquah01.html

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After a severe surgery Elizabeth, my wife, went with a friend from our "Brethren in Christ Church" to Camp Kahquah in beautiful Magnetawan for recovery. The brief program was called "Indian Summer Retreat".

Sainte-Marie among the Hurons

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Internet: http://www.itcwebdesigns.com/sainte_marie_1ca.htm
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Samuel de Champlain, the founder of New France as Canada was called at that time, considered Christianizing as essential for a colonization. Only few Europeans had settled at this time in what we call today Canada and I learned that this was the first settlement in today's Ontario. For that reason Champlain supported the French Jesuits when they started to built a mission station in 1639 on the banks of the Wye River. It was called "Sainte-Marie among the Hurons". Hurons was the name which the French used for the Wendat nation.