The Anglican Parish of South Dundas and Tilted Steeple Productions donate $2,000 to Community Food Share

Margaret Whisselle, guest soloist, Maestro Stewart Grant, and the West Island Youth Symphony Orchestra play to a full house at St James Anglican Church in Morrisburg. Courtesy photo

MORRISBURG — South Dundas Anglicans and Tilted Steeple Productions teamed up Nov. 27 to host the West Island Youth Symphony Orchestra.  

WIYSO played to a packed audience and proceeds from the concert were split between the Community Food Share (formerly the Dundas County Food Bank) and Cornwall and District Refugee Support Network, with each organization collecting $2,000

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Isabelle Delage of Tilted Steeple Productions (left), Community Food Share Chair Terry Triskle (who receives the $2,000 cheque on behalf of his organization), South Dundas Anglicans’ Rector Jon Martin and South Dundas Anglicans’ Treasurer Bob Ruddock. Courtesy photo

Tilted Steeple Productions regularly presents a variety of local musical talent every third Friday of the month at St. James Church in Morrisburg.  Organized in partnership with the South Dundas Anglicans, the coffee house gives both aspiring and experienced musicians an opportunity to perform in a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Tilted Steeple Productions also hosts other musical events throughout the year.

Community Food Share operates two food banks in Morrisburg and Winchester, along with a satellite office in Finch.

The Anglican Parish of South Dundas describes itself as a “diverse and welcoming community that is committed to Exploring Faith and Serving the World God Loves.”  They live out this commitment through “diverse styles of worship, Christian education programs, and serving the wider community through the Apple Tree Ministry, Martha’s Kitchen, the annual Christmas Dinner, Madagascar School Project  and the Tilted Steeple Coffee house.”


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