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During Ontario's Stage 2 of Covid-19 Re-opening, St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church was first in town to reopen. Strict social distancing measures were set in place, which included screening of mass attendees, temperature-taking, and restricted…

During the acute phase of the Covid-19 pandemic, in-person church services were suspended. But, like many churches everywhere, Fort Erie churches took to social media to offer congregations a chance to worship. Pictured here is the sign outside of…

During the Covid-19 pandemic, businesses and various other entities took the time to thank essential workers for their hard work and personal risk. Essential workers came to include retail workers, truck drivers, health care workers, etc. Pictured…

During the Covid-19 pandemic, gatherings of more than five people were banned during the acute phase, which meant in-person church services could not convene. Churches everywhere turned to the Internet to stream their services and keep their…

Pictured here is St. Andrew's Knox Presbyterian Church, located on the west side of Central Avenue, near Highland.

Pictured here is a sign outside of St. Andrew's Knox Presbyterian Church, located on the west side of Central Avenue, offering hope and encouragement to passersby during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Pictured here is St. Paul's Anglican Church's parish centre, an addition to the original building that was opened in 1984, The co-op nursery school has operated from this location since it opened. Meels on Wheels also operates from an office there.

During the Covid 19 pandemic, the province of Ontario mandated the closures of churches and other places of worship. Pictured here is a note at the door of St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church on Central Avenue.

Pictured here is St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church, which stands on the east side of Central Avenue.

The Belltower stands on the west side of Central Avenue, on the corner of Dufferin. It previously housed Central Avenue United Church

Pictured here is Bethel Pentecostal Assembly, which stands on the south side of Bowden Street, next to the Central Avenue Bridge.

Listed here are birth records from the Stevens family via church records.
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