Arctic Anglicans face dangers of climate change

By Joelle Kidd December 24, 2018 City dwellers may not know just how many kinds of ice there are. “There are all sorts…just the same way that there are all sorts of snow,” says Esther Wesley, co-ordinator of the Anglican Healing Fund. It’s a distinction important to northern communities where ice can be gathered to … Continue reading “Arctic Anglicans face dangers of climate change”

Becoming the New Creation

Melanie Delva Reconciliation Animator for the Anglican Church of Canada. Living on the traditional territories of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations. Becoming the New Creation It’s been almost 3 weeks since I got home from Sacred Circle, and I’m still processing it. For those unfamiliar, Sacred Circle is the triennial meeting of Indigenous Anglicans … Continue reading “Becoming the New Creation”

Non-Indigenous people must move beyond guilt, says Anglican reconciliation animator

By Art Babych May 29, 2018 Participants from the workshop on reconciliation take part in a smudging ceremony and a “Standing Stones” liturgy outside Christ Church Bells Corners, Ottawa. Photo: Art Babych   Non-indigenous people need to work through their own feelings of guilt and shame in order to make true reconciliation attempts, says Melanie … Continue reading “Non-Indigenous people must move beyond guilt, says Anglican reconciliation animator”