St. George’s College Jerusalem introduces pilgrims to the Holy Land (Testimonial)

  By The Rev. Canon Albert Snelgrove and the Rev. Wandlyn Snelgrove, Diocese of Fredericton There are many ways to experience the Holy Land.  It is hard to imagine a better way than through St. George’s College, Jerusalem. They offer a wide-range of courses, available throughout the year. We attended one of their introductory courses entitled … Continue reading “St. George’s College Jerusalem introduces pilgrims to the Holy Land (Testimonial)”

Julie Burn: Continuing Education Testimonial – Leadership and Management in Non-Profits at Wycliffe College

  Hello, I am responding to the request to provide a testimonial about the course I took in the summer. I found the course – Leadership and Management in Non-Profits at Wycliffe College – to be invaluable. In particular, the conversations around the characteristics of effective teams, leading teams and volunteers, the importance of working … Continue reading “Julie Burn: Continuing Education Testimonial – Leadership and Management in Non-Profits at Wycliffe College”

Testimonial to value of continuing education retreats

  Testimonial: The Reverend Canon Joseph  Asselin, St Cuthbert’s Anglican Church, Oakville, ON   For the past 15 years now I have taken an extended retreat at the  Anglican/Episcopal monastery of the Society of St John the Evangelist in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Without exaggeration this time of prayer, silence, worship, meditation and community with the brothers, has … Continue reading “Testimonial to value of continuing education retreats”

Retreat a time of discernment for future ministry of healing

(Continuing Education Plan Testimonial) By The Rev. Rita Harrison This past summer, I spent eight days on private retreat at Heart’s Rest in New Denver, BC.  During this time, I worked with Therese DesCamp to develop my understanding, skills and appreciation for the healing ministry of the Church.  Through our conversation, reading and prayer, I … Continue reading “Retreat a time of discernment for future ministry of healing”

Technology upgrade assists ministry

By Ian Chadwick Acquisition of a modern lap-top with the associated software to access portable and local wi-fi hi-speed internet (and e-mail)  is a relief after suffering too long with the parish’s dial-up system. They say that dial-up’s days are almost over, and I suppose the parish would be wise to wait until then to buy … Continue reading “Technology upgrade assists ministry”