A heartbroken Ann didn't make it to Charles' wedding if only to stop him from marrying another woman. The same applies to Charles himself in that he didn't make it to his own wedding since he came to the realization that he wanted to marry Ann and be with her for the rest of their lives instead. But in the sober light of day, will Ann, who has lived much of her life as the non-monogamous partier, settle down with only Charles if given the opportunity? Meanwhile, the fact that Mercy Anglican is no more due to the fact that Sarah accidentally burned it down and that Thorne failed to renew the insurance leaves Thorne's future in Mercy in doubt. The town is now a place he loves and doesn't want to leave. The fact of the church's physical structure no longer being there also means that the Mercy Mosque is no more, but that fact doesn't stop Baber still from refusing to be a part of the new Rayyan Mosque, with Amaar as its Imam. Amaar feels that he has to reach out to Baber somehow. In ...