Paper doll chain with various skin tones

Anti-racism initiative underway

In December, Bishop Jenny Andison, the diocese’s Diversity Officer, announced that the diocese would be embarking on anti-racism and anti-bias training for all clergy and

A woman stands near a field, holding pieces of paper

Petition aims to protect farmland

Early in 2020, in a pastoral letter to vestries, Bishop Andrew Asbil challenged the diocese to take climate action. “We are asking you to consider

A woman wearing beekeeping gear stands in front of bee hives.

Local run spreads across Canada

After 10 years, the annual Schomberg Country Run has expanded beyond the boundaries of this southern Ontario town and spread across Canada. And, in a

A woman standing with a box of cherry tomatoes.

Urban farm delivers during pandemic

In 2017, food prices were skyrocketing. The Rev. Beverley Williams picked up a head of cauliflower at a grocery store, and, looking at the price,

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Pandemic doesn’t stop outreach

In the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, as Queen’s Park was implementing public health measures and essential service providers were closing their doors, Angie


Walk raises funds for FaithWorks

The Rev. Phil Gearing has a routine. He leaves his house every morning at 6 a.m. and walks 5.5 km, and then walks another 5.5

A female priest holds different coloured masks. Another woman looks on.

Unique masks catch on

In April, as the COVID-19 pandemic was emerging across Canada, staff at the Common Table, an urban farm project run by Flemingdon Park Ministry in

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