John Bowen How do you nurture your spiritual life moment by moment? A 16th century Roman Catholic has something surprising … Continue reading Ignatius for Anglicans?
Hollis Hiscock The future of print and the expansion of digital communications occupied Anglican editors representing 24 diocesan papers from … Continue reading Anglican Editors meeting heralded times are changing
A new church banner, designed and created by parishioner Rebecca Beckner of St. David’s Welland, was dedicated at a special … Continue reading Celebrating 70th anniversary
Cathy Jeanes Across the vast expansive sky, making its way in colours fly — rose, golden, green and violet. Arching its … Continue reading God’s Promise
Sarah Bird Youth Synod celebrated 30 years on April 12 and 13 by delegates and volunteers from across the diocese … Continue reading Youth Synod 2019 — 30 years young
Dan Tatarnic The Christian tradition is grounded in Word-made-flesh. Words — spoken words, written words, sculpted words, acted-on-the-stage words, symphonic words, painted … Continue reading Free speech in the church: a baptismal manifesto
Emily Fitch Private sponsorship, a life-changing opportunity for refugees, affords them a fresh start in a new country where they … Continue reading The spiritual and personal impact of refugee sponsorship
Hollis Hiscock Summer provides us with unique opportunities and perspectives. It takes us away from the storms of winter and … Continue reading Summer releases pent-up creative energy
Barb Mansfield This year the people of St. John’s Anglican Church are excited about celebrating 185 years of “presence and … Continue reading Historic Anglican church marks 185 years of ministry
The Living Diet, by Martha Tatarnic Church Publishing Incorporated New York, 2019 Allison Lynn “We have an eating disorder.” With … Continue reading Jesus, food and a way of life – Eating played a powerful role in the shared journey of Jesus and his followers.