The well-attended Remembrance Sunday service featured a story of WW1 Chaplain Frederick George Scott and how a small, marble altar stone from a bombed-out Belgian church was discovered in Toronto's Grace-Church-on-the-Hill and then returned to Belgium for the Centenary of the Armistice services in 2018. One of F.G. Scott's hymns was sung before the Act of Remembrance, The Last Post played and the Two Minutes of Silence observed before concluding with O Canada.
Rev. Rosemary Von Keitz conducted the Remembrance Sunday service with Terry Hutchings reading 'In Flanders Fields' and Tom Lowry gave the Address.
Janet Kinsey set the mood and lead the tribute to the brave soldiers and their families to whom we all owe so much.