A Charlie Brown Christmas

Each winter, the congregation of St. John’s Cathedral decorates our Charlie Brown tree with a variety of donated winter apparel Hat-MittensTree 2(hats, mittens, scarves and socks) for children who don’t have them. All of the clothing collected is then donated to a neighbourhood school. This special project is a tangible way to express our support of the schools in our community.

The Charlie Brown Christmas Tree appeared in the narthex on November 16th and remained through December 14th. An abundance of ‘fruit from the Charlie Brown tree’ was delivered to this year’s recipient, Champlain School, on December 18th.

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