Hallelujah, Christ is risen! This Easter, may our hallelujahs affirm that, despite whatever hopelessness threatens to overwhelm us, we trust in the power of God’s love to bring about resurrection within our lives. View Moderator Jordan Cantwell’s Easter message here. … Continue reading
We Are An Easter People, Alleluia! As we move through the final days of Holy Week and move to the celebration of the day of Resurrection, we are once again reminded – we are an Easter People. In the early … Continue reading
“Standing Under In Order To Understand” By Fred Hiltz, Archbishop and Primate on March 22, 2018 Here is wisdom for devotions in the coming week. It is a gift from Stephen Cottrell, Bishop of Chelmsford. In his chapter “A Good … Continue reading
Join people all over the world on Friday, March 2nd for the 2018 worship service and celebration written by the Suriname World Day of Prayer Committee and adapted for use in Canada by The Women’s Inter-Church Council of Canada. In … Continue reading
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A Letter in Response to the Colten Boushie Case Friends in Christ: On Friday, February 9, 2018, The United Church of Canada posted a response to the good news that Bill C-262, an act to harmonize Canadian law with the … Continue reading
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Dear Sisters & Brothers in Christ, As we enter into the season of Lent, traditionally a season of introspection and penitence, we are aware of the attention of our nation on the acquittal of Gerald Stanley in the shooting death … Continue reading
Seeing With the Eyes of Love Moderator Jordan Cantwell invites us this Lenten season to take time each day to practice seeing ourselves as God sees us; not as perfect, but as beloved. View her message here. Transcript … Continue reading
Ash Wednesday Service Wednesday, February 14th at 11:30 am in the Church of St Paul, Barriere The liturgical season of Lent precedes Easter. It begins forty days before Easter excluding the six Sundays that occur prior to Easter Sunday in … Continue reading