Thursday, 3 November 2011

Visit to Cambridge

 On our goings, through the center of Cambridge, we walked through "All Saints Presbyterian Church."  It is being refurbished.  
 This photo is of Steve, sitting in the Bishop's chair in Westcott Chapel, Cambridge.
Looking at the Westcott Chapel from the back, looks quite plain. 
 In our looking for the archives at Westminster College, there was this portrait of The Earl & Countess of Huntingdon and their two children, Selina and Henry.  Huntingdon is just a few miles from Cambridge.
Cambridge is a beautiful city. This is Trinity Hall Bridge on our walk to Queen's Road, Cambridge. 

REFORM Conference, North London

Drinking tea and chatting on issues facing the Church of England.
Steve was able to feel the pulse of many of the clergy.  The lectures and question times focused on helps for the churches in the rural areas.

The Heigh Leigh Conference in Hoddeston is pictured here.  This is where the Reform Conference was held.  About 150 clergy were in attendance.  

Butterfly Conservatory, Niagara Falls, Ontario

Butterfly feeding area!!  Most fascinating!!!
 Ron, Shannon, Ella, Wyatt and Juliet Wills, along with me (Sue), my sister Sylvia and her husband Dan had a glorious time visiting the Butterfly Conservatory in Niagara Falls, Ontario.  

Ella (3 years old) spotted a pretty colored one in the leaves.  Wyatt (2 years old) loved running after them and Juliet (5 months old) just observed in her stroller.  

Dan and Sylvia were the perfect hosts for our day trip.  We had lunch near the Falls and then went on to Niagara-on-the-Lake.

In Canada with the Parents

Mr. John Edelman, my father, sitting in his "comfy" chair has a sweatshirt on, that has written on it, 


He may be 85 years old, but is still in prayer for his family.

While visiting, the weather, as you can see below, was beautiful.  Mom and Dad are out for some exercise and enjoying the sun.  

Thanks so much for all your prayers for these 2 people.  God has them in the palm of His hand.