If you ever get an opportunity to visit Thunder Bay, Ontario, please do. When here, visit the Hillcrest Garden and look across the bay towards the Welcome Islands.On the left you will see a mountain range which looks like a man asleep with his arms akimbo. This is the well known Canadian landmark the "Sleeping Giant". Stick around and you'll be taken on a tour to acquaint you with the legend of the Sleeping Giant and its significance.
This current website is the continuation of the website Project2000 @ http://www.project2000.ca/index.htm which was started in 1997 to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the United Church of Canada. One of the petitions to General Council (2000 AD), mentioned in the website, was to restate and rephrase our statement of faith in the vernacular. That was acceded to and was subsequently adopted at the General Council (2006) which was held at Lakehead University in Thunder Bay – Ontario.
As the owner and originator of the website I revived it under a different name (http://shekinah-jwh.ca) with the intent of updating its contents. That effort is now under way in earnest and several of the links are working. It is a hard slog, but stay tuned! It is worth it.
The contents of the website are found in the left-hand column and consist of four (4) main groupings:
- General introduction and getting acquainted with members of my family.
- Click on the link “The Sleeping Giant”
Found here is the bulk of the material I wish to present.
As all the other sections, it is still under construction and is therefore apt to change as we go along.
Efforts are being made to keep subjects as organized as possible.
Before I sign off, click on each link to view its contents.
I thank you in advance for your patience.
My e-mail address and Blog has been provided if you wish to get in touch.
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