Crafting liturgy in a time of disaster

By Joelle Kidd July 26, 2018 “In responding to disaster close to home, as people of faith, what we find out is that we need to pray, but we also need to do something,” says Dean of Christ Church Cathedral Ansley Tucker, during a workshop at the National Anglican and Lutheran Worship Conference in Victoria, … Continue reading “Crafting liturgy in a time of disaster”

Church can offer support to those dealing with traumatic stress, panel of first responders says at National Worship Conference

By Joelle Kidd July 25, 2018 (Left to right) Brad Cameron, Victoria Manager of B.C. Emergency Health Services, retired Langford Fire Chief Bob Beckett, and Lieutenant Commander John Hounsell-Drover participated in a panel discussion during the National Anglican and Lutheran Worship Conference in Victoria, B.C. Photo: Joelle Kidd   When Brad Cameron started work as … Continue reading “Church can offer support to those dealing with traumatic stress, panel of first responders says at National Worship Conference”

Conference to explore worship as response to disaster

By Joelle Kidd April 6, 2018 With disasters becoming more frequent in Canada and around the world, organizers of the National Anglican and Lutheran Worship Conference hope to provide “tools for thinking about how we can lament together appropriately, in ways that are theologically helpful.” Photo: John McColgan/Wikimedia Commons The National Anglican and Lutheran Worship … Continue reading “Conference to explore worship as response to disaster”