‘Ecumenism: is it still on?’ WCC general secretary addresses global peace conference

Panel gathered to explore the question ‘Ecumenism: is it still on?’ 16 September 2019 The Sant’Egidio community began a “Peace with no borders” conference in Madrid on 15 September, gathering religious leaders from all over the world to address each other on migration, the environment, dialogue and inclusion. World Council of Churches general secretary Rev. … Continue reading “‘Ecumenism: is it still on?’ WCC general secretary addresses global peace conference”

James Hazelwood: Find spirituality in the everyday

Bishop James Hazelwood created an interactive card game as a companion to his book, “Everyday Spirituality.” These cards are designed to begin conversations about spirituality. Image courtesy of James Hazelwood FacebookTwitterEmailPrint   The ELCA bishop encourages readers to search for God and spirituality in their lived experiences. TUESDAY, AUGUST 20, 2019 Bishop James Hazelwood’s path to ministry … Continue reading “James Hazelwood: Find spirituality in the everyday”

WCC to youth: “Is this the world we bequeath to you?”

via World Council of Churches International Youth Day 2019, Euna Cho Presbyterian Church of Korea. Photo: Gregoire De Fombelle/WCC 12 August 2019 On 12 August, International Youth Day, World Council of Churches deputy general secretary Prof. Dr Isabel Apawo Phiri greeted young people gathered in Geneva, Switzerland. International Youth Day, Phiri reflected, takes place in … Continue reading “WCC to youth: “Is this the world we bequeath to you?””

Activist Alphabet

ACTIVIST ALPHABET by Donna Sinclair Wood Lake Publishing, Kelowna, BC.  2019. 175 pages.  $16.00 CAD (paper) $10.00 CAD (Kindle) ISBN # 78177331543 Publisher’s Promo: “How does it happen that a rather shy and not-terribly-brave individual finds herself getting arrested on Parliament Hill? Why does a woman who prefers to commune with pole beans all summer end … Continue reading “Activist Alphabet”

International link unites Māori and indigenous American young Anglicans

Anglican Communion News Service (ACNS) Posted on: August 9, 2019  Three traditional dancers rise to participate in a dance ceremony dressed in traditional regalia. The photo was take at the annual Wakpa Waste Wachipi (Good River Pow Wow) at Red Shirt Table, Pine Ridge Reservation, South Dakota. Photo Credit: Isaac Beach Today (Friday 9 August) … Continue reading “International link unites Māori and indigenous American young Anglicans”