The significance of being named for the 11th century Scottish Queen Margaret is not lost on our members today.  St. Margaret always fed the poor at her table, serving them first.  She also  restored the 500 year old monastery on the Scottish Isle of Iona.  The church has modeled itself on Queen Margaret’s charity, and mark this link to our Scottish Heritage each year on St. Margaret’s Day.  Members of our church don traditional Scottish dress, our worship is accompanied by bagpipes and drums, and members celebrate between services with a glorious reception, complete with Scottish treats.