This month, the blue envelopes at St John’s support the work of the Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund. As a member of the Board and a former member of the Youth Council, read about some of the reasons why I am passionate about the work done by this organization on behalf of and with the support of Canadian Anglicans from coast to coast to coast.
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From the staff blog
The Church is so much larger than each of our unique local expressions. Part of our local ministries includes how we are connected to those nationally and internationally. Through the work of the Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund, we are connected around the world!
What is pastoral care? More than the clergy going visiting, pastoral care is how all of us in the St John’s family care with and for each other and for our wider community.
The letter sent by the Rector on behalf of St John’s regarding the forthcoming vote on the Marriage Canon at General Synod
A simple graphic of a profound prayer, from Rev’d Rachel Mann in the UK
The current update from the Rector as submitted to Parish Council for the May meeting
Keeping everyone up to date with the Rector’s thoughts, as presented to Parish Council on April 19th
Today’s Good Friday meditation contained some poetryand prayers which some might like to read again. So here it is.
What about hymns, or liturgy, or scriptures we don’t like, or disagree with? Why should we sing or say them - indeed, should we sing or say them at all? The Rector reflects
The Rector ties together where we are as a parish, and where we hope to be, with the Scripture readings of Luke 13 and Isaiah 55 set for the Third Sunday in Lent