‘Pressing on’

By Fred Hiltz May 8, 2019 That is an image that comes to mind as I think of our church’s efforts to become post-colonial. It speaks of a journey. As Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples, we are endeavouring to walk together in new ways. Sometimes we stumble and fall, but by God’s grace, we get up and … Continue reading “‘Pressing on’”

Indigenous marriage talk may ease tensions

By Tali Folkins December 7, 2018 As the November meeting of Council of General Synod (CoGS)approached, it was clear that the same-sex marriage debate and the Indigenous Anglican community would be the two biggest agenda items. After all, they’ve been the Anglican Church of Canada’s twin obsessions for many years now, and debate on both … Continue reading “Indigenous marriage talk may ease tensions”