Fort Massey United Church of Canada

On Tuesday, June 23, 2020 at 4:00pm Fort Massey celebrated 150 years since the laying of its corner stone,
which took place on June 23, 1870 at 4:00pm.

Rev Trent


The Rev'd Trent Cleveland-Thompson stops to chat with Fort Massey's Clerk Emeritus, Dr. Alasdair Sinclair, during the drive-by celebration of the 150th anniversary of the laying of the Church's cornerstone on June 23, at 4 PM, the exact date and time in 1870.

On Sunday, March 8, 2020 Fort Massey United held its Vicar's Ladle Soup Competition, where men of the congregation prepared soups, which were judged by a panel of women judges. The first winner was this year was Mr. David Griffiths, who can be seen in this photo taken when he was awarded the tropy by Rev’d Trent. His soup was a pumpkin bisque.

On Sunday, March 1, 2020 the newly repainted sign for mounting on the Queen Street entrance was dedicated.
In one of the pictures Rev'd Trent is seen with Ian MacDonald (who did the repainting and replacing of the mounting hardware) dedicating the sign.
In the other picture children are shown taking part in signing their names to the back of the sign to be there as a reminder for posterity. Some adults also signed the back of the sign.