St.Mary’s Church. (Submitted photo)

St. Mary’s Church to celebrate 30 years with community dinner

Originally built in Errington in 1925, church has been in Nanoose Bay for 30 years

Nanoose Bay’s St. Mary’s Church is celebrating 30 years at its current site with an anniversary dinner.

The church, originally built in Errington in 1925, was moved in 1989 to Nanoose Bay.

The dinner will be held on Thursday, Jan. 30 at 4:45 p.m. Get your tickets by Jan. 27 by phoning 250-468-5684.

READ MORE: Qualicum Beach church hosts free Christmas dinner for 22nd year in a row

The church offers community monthly dinners, workshops, supports international charitable work, and houses Nanoose Community Services.

— NEWS staff

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