by Hollis Hiscock They braved freezing rain and slippery roads. Their whistles echoed off Cathedral walls. They listened, prayed, sang … Continue reading Transfiguring ministries on a Sunday afternoon
ACW, Altar Guild, Mothers’ Union, Daughters of the Church and Women’s Auxiliary are some of the names of women’s groups … Continue reading Women’s Groups – We want to hear from you.
by Sue Carson The first Earth Day was celebrated on April 22, 1970 after scientists in the United States started … Continue reading Earth Day 2018 — what will you do?
Human trafficking is the focus of a half day market place workshop scheduled for Saturday, April 14 beginning at 8:30 … Continue reading Slavery, human trafficking workshop open to all
Rachel Courey, Interim Director of Open Doors at St. Christopher’s Burlington, spent a weekend (February 16-18) on the streets of … Continue reading Experiencing homelessness
Following the 4:00 p.m. choral evensong on Sunday, April 29th at St. John’s Ancaster, Shane Murphy will present an organ … Continue reading Evensong and recital
by Mary Mellish For the second year in a row, St. John’s Ancaster has collected soup to coincide with Super … Continue reading Second Souper Super Sunday
by Terry DeForest In the midst of our anticipated grief, it was not something that we necessarily wanted to hear. … Continue reading Leaving well – Resisting the temptation to hold onto past pastoral relationships
Margie Hoffman was one of the fabulous flippers on Shrove Tuesday at The Church of Our Saviour The Redeemer Stoney … Continue reading Fabulous flippers flipped
by Roy Campbell From gospel hymns to opera to slam poetry, spoken word and rockabilly music, St. Luke’s Palermo Oakville … Continue reading Parish brings unique artists to Oakville