O greenest church?

Green church movement finds success stories mixed with reluctance, ‘need for education’ By TALI FOLKINS August 9, 2019 In 2018, Canon Judy Rois, adjunct faculty member of the University of Toronto’s Trinity College and executive director of the Anglican Foundation of Canada, undertook a research project with Daphne Rixon, a business professor with an expertise … Continue reading “O greenest church?”

From cults to colonialism: Tri-History Conference explores church role in trauma, survival

By MATT GARDNER July 4, 2019 David Neelands speaks during a special joint session of the Trinity Divinity Associates at the 2019 Tri-History Conference, flanked by fellow panelist Victoria Matthews. Photo by Matt Gardner   The death of a young woman in connection with a faith-healing cult based out of an Anglican church was a … Continue reading “From cults to colonialism: Tri-History Conference explores church role in trauma, survival”

Upcoming deadline: Anglican Foundation of Canada grants

Anglican Foundation of Canada Apply The Anglican Foundation provides grants and loans for innovative ministry and diverse infrastructure projects and theological formation across the Canadian church. Whether it is outreach, evangelism, accessibility, roofs or washrooms, the Anglican Foundation is here for you when you need us, with an open mind and dependable support. Financial assistance … Continue reading “Upcoming deadline: Anglican Foundation of Canada grants”

Granting wishes for kids

Imagine a diagnosis of a life-limiting illness. Think of all the wishes you would like to come true in a short period of time. Canuck Place, a children’s hospice in Vancouver, makes every effort to help children live the fullest possible lives. The kids at CP go through a lot, and it’s often the small … Continue reading “Granting wishes for kids”

Liturgies for trauma-sensitive congregations

With the widespread experience of trauma today, it is estimated that in a congregation of 100 people, 60 of them will have experienced some form of trauma, and 8-10 of them will understand first hand what it’s like to live with the realities of post-traumatic stress disorder. The Anglican Foundation of Canada responded generously when … Continue reading “Liturgies for trauma-sensitive congregations”