Photo consists of an Inuit man kneeling with his family using prayer books.
Verso continues: Abelie Napartuk, one of four Inuit Anglican deacons to be ordained priest at St. Paul's Cathedral, Regina, May 13, conducts services in his own language, in Great Whale River. He graduated from the world's most northerly clergy training school, 20 miles from the Arctic Circle, on Baffin Island. The Arthur Turner Training School, Pangnirtung, established by the Anglican Church of Canada, in 1970, trains Inuit candidates for the ministry. Abelie and three other graduates will be ordained by the Most Rev. G.F.C. Jackson who is Metropolitan of the Anglican province of Rupert's Land and Archbishop of Qu'Appelle diocese.
Archbishop Crabb with Commissioner Stuart Hodgson at St. Jude's Cathedral for the 400th Anniversary celebration of the Holy Communion according to the Anglican Rite 1578-1978 at Frobisher Bay, NWT. - 1978
Photo consists of robed bishops in the front pews and the choir processing in front of the platform. On the platform stands the Most Rev. Ted Scott (Primate), The Most Rev. G.F.C. Jackson (Metropolitan of Rupert's Land), the Rev. Andrew Atagotaaluk, and an Inuit woman, Mrs. Elizabeth Colin[?].