In a recent letter to local Members of Provincial Parliament, Bishop Susan Bell urged legislators from all political parties to … Continue reading Bishop Advocates for Social Assistance Increase
By Dr. John Bowen Just the other day, I was challenged about the idea of “mission” and being “missional.” My … Continue reading Discipleship and Mission: How do They Relate?
Sydney and Kenzie of St. John’s, Ancaster enjoyed making Lenten Pretzels as part of a special Lenten Box created by … Continue reading Family Lenten Activities: Pretzels!
By Gillian Doucet Campbell The volunteering landscape in Canada is evolving. In your parish, you may have noticed this. For … Continue reading Micro-Volunteerism Offers New Opportunities to Serve
This is the first installment of a special series By Canon Christyn Perkons Members of the Anti-racism Working Group will … Continue reading A Continuum of Healing and Wholeness
By Deirdre Pike The dignity of the human person was a grounding principle for the recent diocesan forum, “Human Trafficking? … Continue reading Using Our ‘Holy Imagination’ in the Fight Against Human Trafficking
By The Rev. Deacon Nancy McBride One afternoon, I loaned my label maker to my young friend Samuel, so that … Continue reading Words About Words
By Duncan Moffet February marked the quarter century anniversary of the Community Breakfast Program at St. George’s Anglican Church in … Continue reading Serving Breakfast to the People of St. Catharines for 25 Years
By The Reverend Michael Coren We’ve just commemorated Black History Month, which in itself is an admission of failure. It … Continue reading Embracing Constant Revolution and Evolution
By The Rev. Canon Martha Tatarnic As some of our readers know, I began receiving ministry coaching in the fall … Continue reading I’ve Been There Too