Hello to everyone,

The Presbyterian Church Heritage Centre (PCHC) has formally arrived and taken over the Sanctuary space at Carlisle United Church (formerly Presbyterian) in Carlisle, Ontario (6 km’s east of Ailsa Craig in North Middlesex). PCHC was formerly the National Presbyterian Museum.

The PCHC Advisory Committee have worked hard to make the move possible, and now it will take a couple of years to organize all artefacts, books, and furniture, etc. in their special places. Our Curator, Ian Mason promises that once we open, the PCHC will continue to preserve and display the heritage of the Presbyterian Church in Canada.

You may not know that General Assembly 2021 for The Presbyterian Church in Canada approved that the PCHC go forward with “Our New Home Campaign” to raise $200,000.

We need your individual and congregational support. In addition, we also need support from Presbyteries, Synods and organizations within our denomination across Canada. We appreciate your donations very much. There will be a special donor wall for donations over $1,000, and can’t wait to take you on a tour of the PCHC in 2023, God willing. Please visit our website at www.pcheritagecentre.ca.

With thankfulness and blessings to each of you,

Marilyn Repchuck
PCHC Chair
PCHC Advisory Committee



Presbyterian Church Heritage Centre

Marilyn Repchuck
MARILYN REPCHUCK
CHAIR, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH HERITAGE CENTRE ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Ian Mason
IAN MASON
CURATOR, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH HERITAGE CENTRE