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Advent services continue Dec. 11 at Prince Street churches

St. Paul's Anglican church in Charlottetown
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CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. —

Prince Street neighbourhood churches are continuing their tradition of presenting advent services in Charlottetown on Wednesdays during the Christmas season.

On Dec. 4, Dave Dubois, pastor of First Baptist Church, presented “Who: The Usual Suspects” at St. Paul’s Anglican Church.

On Dec. 11, Doreen Dailey, minister at Trinity United Church, will speak on “Why: The Motive” at the Salvation Army.

The series will conclude on Dec. 18, when Doug Rollwage, minister at Zion Presbyterian Church, will speak on “When: Dec. 25” at Central Christian Church.

The services run 12:10-12:40 p.m. 

The churches welcome visitors and friends to gather together to enjoy the sanctuaries, hospitality and the music of this season of preparation and celebration. 

Lunch will be provided. Downtown workers will have time to make their way back to their workplaces, nourished and inspired.

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