Fenwick church observes 110th anniversary with special service

FENWICK – The Fenwick United Church will celebrate the 110th year since its founding on Sunday, May 5 at 7 p.m., when a special annual service will be held. 

The service will be conducted by the Rev. Robert Mack, with guest speaker Bill Drysdale, who will also be heard in some of the musical numbers. 

Also, for the first time in Fenwick, The Harmony Five from Sackville, N.B., will be taking part. 

The church, built in 1886 at the crossroads, has undergone many changes and improvements over the years. In 1954 it was moved back and set on a basement which has had many uses. 

Once a five-point charge which included Nappan, Upper Nappan, Fenwick, Chignecto and Maccan, it has been recently reduced to a two-point charge, combining the Nappan and Maccan congregations at Nappan.

(Source: The Citizen, Saturday, May 4, 1996, – Fenwick church observes 110th anniversary with special service)