Social & Ecological Justice News
Provincial election: We can influence decision-makers
To what extent can we use the strength of our faith in Jesus Christ to proclaim with our siblings across faith...
Nature vs Nature: reshaping our learned behaviours
It takes mental maturity, open-mindedness, and humility to honestly analyze whether the decisions we’ve made in...
Think about the choices we make: a different way of entering Lent
We are marked by ashes as a sign of our mortality and penitence. We carry this sign into our observance of Lent.
Acknowledging minimum wage workers' struggles
What can we do to better embrace everybody, to better respect the dignity of every human being as we commit to do...
A virgin birth: Gender fluidity in nature
We are all part of one body, so for a healthy mind, body, and soul we are required to love ourselves and others as...
Holistic Christianity: Creation care for a beloved community
By Caroline Sharp As you may have guessed by now, Social and Ecological Justice Huron is knee deep in the book The...
Where would Jesus be?
By Rev. Chris Brouillard-Coyle We, who have been steeped in the tradition and story of Christianity. We, who have...
An alabaster jar, broken, open to challenges
By Rev. Chris Brouillard-Coyle While he was at Bethany in the house of Simon the leper, as he sat at the table, a...
Church Cracked Open: People's assumptions of you
By Rev. Chris Brouillard-Coyle Take a moment to think about all the attributes that contribute to a first...
Good Land: We are meant to be stewards of Creation
By Caroline Sharp Or the anger of the Lord will be kindled against you, and He will shut up the heavens so that...