Nova Scotia is one of the three Maritime Provinces in Canada and it is the island with the highest population of the four that are found in Atlantic Canada. It is the second-most densely populated province in Canada with a population of 0.9 million people. The religious combination of people on the island is made up of Presbyterian (27%), Roman Catholic (26%), Baptist (19%), Episcopal (15%), Methodist (10%), Lutheran (1.3%) and Congregationalist (0.65%). The information above is important in reviewing the ability of the people involved in making sure that the church works again (Tuck, 2004). This being a catholic church, the ability to re-open will be based on the high number of the faithful, their financial ability and the willingness of these faithful to contribute to the regulations set (Slater, 1988).
In order to create a new look at the church in order to attract members that are going to use the church for services, there is a need to raise funds first (Ferre &. Michael, 2010). The funds are going to be used to make several changes to the outlook of the church so that it adapts a new look. Being an old church in the region, there is an apparent reason to believe that it is known to all the people of Nova Scotia. To raise the funds therefore for the purpose of restructuring the church, there is a need to make a reach out to the people associated with the church, either closely or having had to take part in activities of the church. For instance, former parishioners can be invited to chair a general strategy that will make it possible for funds to be collected (Solari-Twadell &. McDermott, 2006). These parishioners will be collected to come together and create a strategy that will involve all the activities that will make it possible for the church to reach out to more people to source funds. It can be seen that Nova Scotia is an area that has a 26% catholic following and constitutes a large population.