ICE fishing is a Canadian passion at this time of year. And a chapel on the ice has now been built for anglers heading out onto the ice of Lake Simcoe.
“It’s a place where people can pray before they go out and give thanks when they return,” said Rev. Canon Ted McCollum of St. Paul’s Anglican Church.
Donated by a parishioner, the modest ice-fishing shack is adorned by a cross over the door and features two bench seats, blankets and an area for prayer.
MEANHILE, Liverpool’s Anglican Cathedral has been recreated – in thousands of Lego bricks.
Peter Rogers, 60, from Stoneycroft, spent six months recreating the famous landmark in a 2.5 metre model currently being showcased in the Cathedral itself.
The model, which weighs around 100 kilos, was finally completed on December 18 after threats from Peter’s wife to clear the dining table for Christmas dinner.
He estimates that his successful attempt has used around £5000-worth of Lego bricks.