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We Recognize

Every church reaches it's Pinnacle of success through gargantuan efforts

from individuals who realized the worth and need of the church and it's teachings to the community.

The Pastoral Charge is pleased to recognize the efforts of these individuals.

 Church Family Days

Every family celebrates two special days that recognize the heads of the family. Mothers and fathers are the keys to a solid family foundation. They create stability and cohession that binds the family supports together. The church family is held together in the same manner and we celebrate those who create the Coldwater Eady Pastoral Charge foundation.

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Alfred Hawke     1836  -  1925

Builder of the Eady Church Congregation

Alfred Hawke  (seated)

Alfred Hawke was the son of Edward and Elizabeth Hawke who immigrated to Medonte township from Cornwall, England in 1843. This family settled on Lot 15, where line 10 crosses Moonstone Road, and began to farm. Edward's son Alfred, born in 1836,  married Margaret Nash and they resided in a house beside the Coldwater River directly across from the current Wesley(Eady) United Church. During 1850-55 Alfred became a lay preacher and assited the local Methodist circuit ministers with their services at the Hawke family home. In 1860-65 Alfred and friends built the first Eady church, a wood building, that was located where the current Wesley (Eady) United Church now stands. This wooden building with three windows on each side and a front porch soon became know as the Hawke's church. In 1898 the Hawkes church was moved east along the Moonstone Road to make room for a new church. Alfred and his son James, a sunday school superintendent, were instrumental in the construction of the brick Wesley (Eady) Methodist Church. Alfred would live to see the Wesley (Eady) Church become part of the United Church of  Canada in 1925.  Since 1843 the Hawke family name has become well known throughout Medonte township and Coldwater

 

Coldwater UCW

The Ontario Government congratulated the Coldwater United Church Women on their 50th Anniversary in November 2012.  To view the certificate of celebration, please see the attachment at the bottom of this page titled UCW Recognition.

 

 

 

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Download this file (Binns 51.JPG)Doug and Joan Binns[Doug and Joan Binns's 51st]117 kB
Download this file (UCW Recognition.pdf)UCW Recognition[ ]784 kB

Events at a Glance !

Tue Nov 21 @ 7:00PM - 09:00PM
Church Board Mtg @ CUC
Wed Nov 22 @ 8:00PM - 10:00PM
AA @ Coldwater United
Thu Nov 23 @ 2:00PM - 04:00PM
Food Bank @ Coldwater United
Thu Nov 23 @ 6:30PM - 07:00PM
Junior Choir Practice
Thu Nov 23 @ 7:00PM - 09:00PM
Senior Choir Practice @ CUC
Sun Nov 26 @12:00AM
Reign of Christ Sunday
Sun Nov 26 @ 9:00AM - 10:00AM
Service @ Coldwater United
Sun Nov 26 @10:30AM - 11:30AM
Service @ Eady
Wed Nov 29 @10:30AM - 12:30PM
Eady UCW Meeting
Wed Nov 29 @12:30PM - 03:00PM
Eady UCW Pot Luck Luncheon. Coldwater UCW invited.

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14 Harriet Street,

Coldwater, Ontario

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705-686-7787

 

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Wesley United Church, Eady

708 Simcoe Rd 19

Oro-Medonte, Ontario

L0K 1E0

705-686-7787