June 2021 Issue

A Contemporary Grief Observed

Migrant Farmworkers Project – A New Season Underway

Grocery Bag Drop-Off & Bikes for Farmworkers initiative with contributions from Gillian Doucet Campbell and Canon Christyn Perkons The Migrant …

The Pandemic, Technology, and Our Resilience

It has been, as Canon Katherine Morgan wrote in response to her parish, St. John’s, Thorold, receiving a Parish Technology …

John Bowen Receives Prestigious Lambeth Award

The Archbishop of Canterbury has announced that John Bowen, parishioner at Church of St. John the Evangelist in Hamilton and …

Want to Grow a Generous Church? Read This.

Growing a Generous Church: A Year in the Life of Peach Blossom Church. By Lori Guenther Reesor I have read …

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Everything is Connected: but How?

  What holds everything together? For many of us, the Christian faith is made up of fragments. Over here is …

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Taking Action on Climate Now

“Where your treasure is, there will your heart be also.”  — Matthew 6:21 Irene Pang’s article in the April Edition of …

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Anti-Racism: A Journey Towards Healing and Wholeness: White Fragility and the Privilege Knapsack

This is the third Installment of this series It has been just over a year since one man’s last breaths …

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The Faith of the Squiggling Puppy

Our little puppy Bruce needs to be carried down the stairs every morning for his first outside of the day. …

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The Third Day’s Mind

This writing is dedicated to the memory of two men. The first on my mind is Randal, who was struck …

Job the Innocent Sufferer

There is perhaps no greater stumbling block to faith in a loving, all-powerful God than the vexing problem of human …

The Deep Roots of the Water Lily

It seems that more and more people are jumping on the genealogy bandwagon these days. They are using computer programs …

New Program Revives the Lenten Journey

Revive Lent premiered in churches across our diocese and around the Anglican Communion for six weeks during this extraordinary Lenten …

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Called to Life, Compelled to Love: Welcoming Refugees

For more than two decades, parishes in our diocese have been helping refugees regain their self sufficiency and self determinacy, …

Seaspiracy — Revealing The State of Our Oceans

Not all of you will have a Netflix subscription but if you do, or know someone who does, I highly …

Delving into the Meaning of National Indigenous Peoples Day

June 21 is National Indigenous Peoples Day, a day for all Canadians to recognize and celebrate the unique heritage, diverse …