Greg Young contributed his vast skills in rehingling the historic landmark. As part of the church’s centenary, solar power was added for church use. Contributed photo

Greg Young contributed his vast skills in rehingling the historic landmark. As part of the church’s centenary, solar power was added for church use. Contributed photo

Second century of service

St. John the Divine Anglican Church in Quick gets a 21st century upgrade, including solar power.

St. John the Divine Anglican Church in Quick has received a new cedar shake shingle roof thanks to contributions for supplies from the Bulkley Valley Credit Union and several anonymous donors.

The labour for the project was donated by various Quick community volunteers led by Greg Young and Dave Gillespie of Quick.

The church is into its second century of service, having been originally built in Hubert (across the Bulkley River). It is a building which serves its own members, people from a variety of churches, and the general community in a space marked by a unique ambiance.

–Submitted

 

Second century of service