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”

Ministry in Vancouver, B.C.: Setting the stage for General Synod 2019

English Bay in Vancouver, B.C. Photo by Mike Benna via Unsplash Ministry in Vancouver, B.C.: Setting the stage for General Synod 2019 By Matt Gardner on July 10, 2018 Facebook Twitter email   One year from today, Anglicans from across the country will pour into Vancouver, B.C. for the 42nd General Synod of the Anglican … Continue reading “Ministry in Vancouver, B.C.: Setting the stage for General Synod 2019”

A gentle invitation to worship

By Joelle Kidd February 21, 2018 At St. Hildegard’s Sunday evening services, participants contemplate and respond to the day’s readings through art. Photo: Sandra Vander Schaaf     As people enter through the narthex of St. Faith’s Anglican Church, Vancouver, B.C., on a Sunday evening, they are greeted by a small table bearing a chalkboard … Continue reading “A gentle invitation to worship”