Summerside Community Church thrilled with Centre 150 opening

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SUMMERSIDE – “The whole church is on a bit of a cloud,” said Pastor Andrew Bryce.
The official opening for Centre 150, the new and permanent home for the Summerside Community Church, took place Saturday afternoon and concluded with a live music celebration in the evening.

Pastor Andrew Bryce and Lindsay Miller, church administrator, at Centre 150 for the opening day on Saturday. 

It was a day Bryce and the rest of the church were looking forward to for a long time.

“It’s been such a long journey and we’ve finally got a home.”

Heather Shea is the facilities manager, and said Centre 150 will be capable of accommodating the need for weddings, conferences, and concerts.

Shea said it’s exciting to have a place of their own after so many years of having to move around, and it will allow them to do more.

“We feel so blessed and it brings a sense of stability for us.”

She thinks they will enjoy being there.

“We’re settling in and it’s starting to feel like home.”

 

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  • glenn fitzpatrick
    June 22, 2014 - 17:06

    Im here in Fort Mcmurray just reading the journal pioneer we are very happy for you and your people to have a beautiful place to go all the best to everyone involved take care