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Edmonton Christian School’s High School Commissioning Service

May 01, 2004

It was a time of praise and thanksgiving at the Edmonton Christian High School Commissioning and Dedication Service, held on January 29, 2004. Planning for the newly renovated and expanded Senior High Campus began in 1999. The commissioning service was a cause for celebration as countless hours of prayer, hard work and dedication to the project were realized.

A meditation was given by Rev. Cecil VanNiejenhuis and congratulations were received from the City of Edmonton, the Province of Alberta and Edmonton Public Schools.

The highlight of the evening was the dedication of a stained glass mural, created by the 2003 Art 30 class, which depicts the creation story.

We invite you to come for a tour anytime and join with us in our excitement of this new facility located at 14304 - 109 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta.

Melanie St. Andrews
Development Coordinator
The Edmonton Society of Christian Education
(780) 408-7933


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