by Frances Drolet Smith Today many Christians are seeking fresh ways to express ancient truths. The Sisters of St. John … Continue reading Learning to live well in community: an opportunity for women
Bishop Michael shares a few of many photographs covering his days as Bishop of Niagara. Continue reading My life as a bishop – a snapshot
In 1984 a car arrived at the rectory in Burin, Newfoundland. Newly ordained deacon Michael Bird, wife Susan and son … Continue reading Fare thee well, Bishop Michael… Newfoundland style
Unbelievable; Why Neither Ancient Creeds Nor the Reformation Can Produce a Living Faith Today John Shelby Spong (HarperCollins, 2018) by … Continue reading Unbelievable is believably clear and concise
by Bill Mous A service to consecrate the Reverend Canon Susan Bell as a bishop in the Church of God … Continue reading Susan Bell’s consecration as bishop
I was asked a few days ago what I thought was the greatest accomplishment that we had achieved in the … Continue reading The Vision was our guide… Bishop Michael reflects on the Diocesan Vision
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