March 2015

A line of folded paper houses

New house a ‘huge step up’

A mother and her three children who live below the poverty line in Toronto can now afford to buy their own house, thanks to a ...
An open bible sitting on a rock.

Paul begins his ministry

The death of Stephen, the first Christian martyr, had a number of ramifications for the early church. Saul was moved to persecute the church in ...
The Anglican

A land full of biblical connections

As I stood beneath a huge serpentine cross with our small group of Christian journalists at the top of Mount Nebo in Jordan, I almost ...
Indigenous women drum and sing.

Service celebrates the Earth, calls for its protection

About 45 people gathered in the chilly sanctuary of Holy Trinity, Trinity Square on Jan. 14 for the annual Keepers of the Water vigil to ...
Women sit talking around a table.

Parish teams learn to be missional

More than 160 people from across Canada gathered at the ninth annual Vital Church Planting Conference, held Jan. 29-31 at St. Paul, Bloor Street. This ...
The Anglican

Thank you, Marcus Borg

Shortly after I decided to learn more about Jesus, I started to troll the library and book shops for information about him. I wanted something ...
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I enjoy inviting people to explore

John Sundara is in his second year of the Master of Divinity program in the Pioneer track, specializing in fresh expressions of church, at Wycliffe ...
A notepad its on a desk near a pen, laptop and phone

Let’s listen for God’s voice

Over the past few years, parishes in the city of Peterborough have discovered a new way of working together through a covenant. At the earliest ...
Group of people pose for a photo.

Churches get set for Games

The population of the parish of Little Trinity, Toronto, is about to get a lot bigger. This summer, 10,000 athletes, coaches and team officials will ...
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