They gave us their blood to keep us alive
'Christ came to our bedside not in colours or robes, but in the veins of those women who wanted nothing more from us but that we live'
Days of celebration – Our story of faith
A VIEW FROM THE BACK PEW By Rev. Canon Christopher B. J. Pratt There is a certain expectation that a December...
The Rev'd Canon Christopher B. J. Pratt
Advent: the time to begin at the beginning
By Rev. Mary Farmer Once again, we find ourselves at the beginning of the Church year. Advent: the time to begin...
Sixteen days of activism against gender-based violence
By Ven. Megan Collings-Moore One of the first times I ever preached, the epistle for the day was from Ephesians...
Investing in the vocational leadership of tomorrow
Whenever I am asked about the ways in which we can best equip healthy and growing congregations in the present and...
The Rev'd Dr. Grayhame Bowcott
Getting to know the lives of the obscure saints
Saint Dymphna is known as the patron saint of those who suffer from mental illnesses and nervous system disorders, epileptics, metal health professionals, incest victims, runaways and abused children.
Together, we will find a newness in our future
By Bishop Todd Townshend In the first week of November, the clergy of our diocese gathered in Stratford for the...
The Right Rev'd Todd Townshend
Transgender Day of Remembrance
By Jordan Sandrock Each year, November 20 marks the Transgender Day of Remembrance. This day of reflection began...
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...
The Brotherhood of Anglican Churchmen meets again... at least in voice and vision
After what seemed like a long time, the Brotherhood of Anglican Churchmen (B.A.C.) members from across the Diocese...