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Thursday, 12 October 2006 05:00

Seaway Valley Presbytery

Seaway Valley Presbytery is part of the Montreal and Ottawa Conference of The United Church of Canada. Geographically, it is situated in south-east Ontario bounded in the west by a line running from Easton's Corners to Manhard and Prescott and east to the Quebec border in a block bounded roughly by Highway 43 in the north and The Saint Lawrence Seaway in the south. At the eastern end, the boundary runs north along Highway 138 to Riceville and Pendleton and east from there to Cassburn. All told, there are currently 24 charges or other ministries in the Presbytery. A number of these are multi-point. The bulk of these are rural or small town. The only city charge is in Cornwall.

Le consistoire Seaway Valley fait parti de synode Montréal et Ottawa de l'église unis du Canada. Il est situé au sud-est d'Ontario délimiter à l'ouest par une ligne entre Easton's Corners et Manhard et Prescott et à l'est à la frontière du Québec entre à peu près la route 43 au nord et la voie maritime du Saint-Laurent au sud. Vers l'est la frontière de consistoire nord s'ètend le long de la route 138 à Riceville et Pendleton et à l'est vers Cassburn. Il y a 24 paroisses dans le consistoire. Un certain nombre d'entre eux sont des paroisses multipoints. La plupart d'entre eux sont des zones rurales ou des petites villes. La seule grande ville est Cornwall.




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Rideau Hill Camp is a Seaway Valley Presbytery sponsored Christian Camp run by an independent Council. It is open and available from May to September. During July and August, a series of boys'and girls camps are run with activities geared toward the various age groups which range from 6 to 16 years. The Camp is situated on the south bank of the Rideau River at 3560 Rideau River Road in the Township of North Grenville. Best approach is via exit 40 from Highway 416. Travel approximately 5 kilometres east and look for a laneway on the left through the cedars. The Camp is well sign-posted.