Rhonda Mawhood Lee: Words made flesh

By  Rhonda Mawhood Lee Canon for regional ministry FacebookTwitterEmailPrint Clark had more than his share of health problems, but he knew the gift of an incarnate faith. In the season of Epiphany, an Episcopal priest remembers a departed parishioner. Monday, January 14, 2013 My church has held four funerals in the past two months, all for … Continue reading “Rhonda Mawhood Lee: Words made flesh”

Neighbourhood ministry helps homeless in westside Vancouver

One of the Neighourhood Ministry volunteers known as “angels” helps a homeless man move his belongings in downtown Vancouver. Angels supplement the services provided by the ministry’s Mobile Care Unit and others identified by street outreach teams as needing assistance. Submitted photo Neighbourhood ministry helps homeless in westside Vancouver By Matt Gardner The Westside Anglicans … Continue reading “Neighbourhood ministry helps homeless in westside Vancouver”

Inuit cohort graduates from Arthur Turner Training School

Leading clergy from the Diocese of the Arctic attend the graduation of students from the Arthur Turner Training School (ATTS). Front row, L-R: Bishop David Parsons, Esau Tatatopik, Annie Keenainak, Martha Kunuk, Manasee Ulayuk, Bishop Darren McCartney. ATTS Director Joseph Royal is standing at left in the second row from the front. Submitted photo Inuit … Continue reading “Inuit cohort graduates from Arthur Turner Training School”

How Millennials Have Changed the Way We Give

By Peter J. Misiaszek Director of Stewardship Develoment for the Anglican Diocese of Toronto How Millennials Have Changed the Way We Give How do we respond to the change that Millennials are bringing to the church? Assuming that they want to be members of our church, some interesting considerations must be taken into account. We are … Continue reading “How Millennials Have Changed the Way We Give”

Those who flourish in ministry are intentional about their well-being

By  Kate Rugani  Writer FacebookTwitterEmailPrint Challenges are part of any ministry, yet some clergy thrive despite the inevitable setbacks. New research shows that their keys to success can be boiled down to a few simple strategies available to anyone. Tuesday, February 21, 2017 Some clergy seem to rise above the fray. They face the same sorts … Continue reading “Those who flourish in ministry are intentional about their well-being”