|Joanne Ozon (Hope) played her part (pictured lower left) with a delivery of food supplies from Liverpool to Shelburne donated early this past week. Joanne shared, “This speaks volumes of the generosity of one county to another in a time of need. Our church is still standing, although we have significant water in the basement. The firefighters saved all structures on our church road. Most everyone in our church family is still evacuated and do not know if homes are standing or beyond repair. Our church became the command center for the construction crews.”
- The lighthouse skyline above is not a pretty sunset – it is the reflection of the wildfires on the early evening clouds & smoke.
Assistant Pastor David Hockley (Yarmouth) shared a word of appreciation to those in the church family who have been hard at work, “You have run the Comfort Centre at the Yarmouth Fire Hall, you’ve gone with your fire department to volunteer in Shelburne County, you’ve checked in on those in your life who are affected by the fires, and you’ve offered countless prayers on behalf of those who need them. You know who you are, and I say a heartfelt – thank you!”