Sometimes called the Pearl of Scotland, Saint Margaret saw Christ in everyone, the poor, sick and in each other. Her undying love and goodness were shown through the greatness of God's Love. Her ability to comfort those in need was much like that of a loving mother. Our mission statement at St. Margaret of Scotland reflects the spiritually of our patron saint. The Friends of St. Margaret emulate the goodness and charitable ways of St. Margaret. In order to do this their one fund raiser will be held on Sunday, December 11, 7:30 pm at the Bella Rose Arts Centre 283 Thomas Raddall Dr.,(Halifax West High School) Tickets on sale now for Christmas with John Gracie. Tickets $25 by calling Joanna at 902-454-9335 or online bellaroseartscentre.com for $25 plus charges and taxes.
We are a family at St. Margaret's - going into the world ministering and sharing our faith and love with others as expressed in the words of the hymn by Carol Rose Ikeler
The church is wherever God's people are helping, caring for neigbours in sickness and need.
The church is wherever God's people are sharing the words of the Bible in gift and in deed.
3751 Robie Street (north of Leeds) Halifax, NS B3K 4T3 902-455-2451