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A gritty blessing

As anyone who has lived in the U.K. knows, a small amount of snow can cause a great deal of havoc. The last time I was in England when it snowed, the city of my birth came to a standstill — and there was only two... Read More

Running into a brick wall and floundering for three weeks

Crisis of faith! Me? Never! Well, it happened to me at the end of January last year, leaving me in a state of breathless bewilderment. Anglicans have a fair amount of freedom in theological thought and, because of... Read More

Donations asked for Young Wolves Lodge

Easter brings with it the promise and hope for a new beginning, a new life. The Coming Home Society (supported by Stewards in Action) sponsors the Young Wolves Lodge, a safe place where young Aboriginal women live... Read More

Counselling prepares couples for those first 5 years

By Beryl MusserThe Marriage Project Alison and Warren almost didn't sign up. When a friend had suggested that perhaps pre-marriage counselling would be a good idea (weddings are for a day, a marriage is for a... Read More

Have you put God on your phone's hold button?

Have you put God on the hold button on your phone? You are juggling life's priorities and jamming them into the precious seconds. God comes off hold in those anxious bullet prayers when we ask for the light to turn... Read More

Youth connections

Initiatives for youth by Primate, TOPIC The head of the Canadian Church is setting up a network on the Internet for young Anglicans across Canada. Primate Andrew Hutchison says he wants to connect Anglican youth in... Read More

Diocese told that parish properties will be returned

Anglican Church of Canada ministry this summer should be returned to Pender Harbour on the Sunshine Coast, and to Deep Cove in North Vancouver. Two former diocesan priests and their followers say that at the end of... Read More

BC Anglican Youth Spring Retreat to include fasting

The Spring Retreat of the BC Young Anglican Youth Movement will take place at St. George’s, For Langley, on April 1-3. The weekend’s theme is entitled “The 30 Hour Famine: Mind, Body & Spirit,” and young... Read More

Diocesan Reconciliation Task Force makes another appeal for input

  The Rev. Kevin Dixon of St. Mary's Kerrisdale The Diocesan Reconciliation Task Force has made another appeal for input from Anglicans in the Diocese of New Westminster.  The task force has come up with... Read More

There is nothing like four deans

A quartet of deans (past and current) of Christ Church Cathedral last month at an event to raise money for Sorrento Centre: Current Dean Peter Elliott, and three former deans Bishops Michael Ingham and Jim... Read More