Journeying together in Christ

Journey of Faith: Reflection by Jim Stewart

Stewardship Reflection  – Feb. 07, 2016 I was born into a Christian family.  My first memory of Christian formation was from my mother, Mae, who was my first Sunday School teacher at Emmanuel United Church in Windsor, ON.  I was baptised when I was nine years old, becoming a young Christian with not much understanding of what that meant. I drifted spiritually…

Helen’s update 10 November 2015

There was excitement in the air as Steve and I drove the women into Kingston today as it was their official Banking Day – the day they met the CIBC bank manager who made a special effort to come and say “Hello and welcome to Canada.” to the newcomers, the day they set up bank accounts, signed so many papers their hands…

Patti’s update of 10 November 2015

Today Alem and her girls were warmly welcomed at St James for their first Canadian Anglican church service. Selamawit says the service is the same as in Sudan, just in a different language. The church erupted into loud clapping and cheering when I announced that they are no longer refugees, but permanent residents of Canada. We live in a truly great country.…

The international cyberparish of St. Sam’s: Reflections on All Saints

The international cyberparish of St. Sam’s: Reflections on All Saints by Molly Wolf Twenty years ago, I found myself in the middle of an online group of Anglicans.  We were linked in cyberspace by a listserv, an internet mailing list, but we were a definite community.  Not a peaceful community either.  The list was extremely lively, contentious, and full of strong personalities. …