Dedication of The Meeting House

A glorious service of dedication of The Meeting House, our new chapel / teaching center, was held on Saturday, April 18, 2015, with people coming from New England and New York.  Board Members, Trinity Church parishioners, New Creation Healing staff members, several of Canon Mark’s former seminary students, and area clergy all came together to thank God for this new building and set it apart for God’s special use.  Canon Mark had the distinct honor of being related to the oldest and the youngest persons present: his mother, Beverly, a month and a half short of 91, and his granddaughter Charley, 11 months old.

Two musicians ... Canon Mark on keyboard, Steve LeBel on trumpet

Two musicians … Canon Mark on keyboard, Steve LeBel on trumpet

Dr. Mary Pearson reading a lesson

Dr. Mary Pearson reading a lesson

Bishop Gregory Ortiz preaching

Bishop Gregory Ortiz preaching

Board Member Chuck Young serves as crucifer for the procession

Board Member Chuck Young serves as crucifer for the procession

Part of the Congregation

Part of the Congregation

The Gospel is read by board member Deacon Keith Libolt.

The Gospel is read by board member Deacon Keith Libolt.

Before the service. Bottom right is Mike Danis, General Contractor who built the building.

Before the service. Bottom right is Mike Danis, General Contractor who built the building.

 "Joe Cool," also known as James Patrick Doherty, IV, or "Jayson."  His Dad, Jay, was the architect.  His Mom, Jenn, maintains this website.  His grandfather is Canon Mark.

“Joe Cool,” also known as James Patrick Doherty, IV, or “Jayson.” His Dad, Jay, was the architect. His Mom, Jenn, maintains this website. His grandfather is Canon Mark.

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