Churches in the national capital area are sharing their long-term experience in refugee work with wider community groups as Syrian refugees continue to arrive in Canada.
A heartfelt thanks for publishing the article Out of the shadows and into the light, by Tali Folkins (Nov. 2015, p. 3). I am a Christian man who has lived with a bipolar disorder for 40 years.
While issues around human sexuality and church order were the main topics of conversation when the primates of the Anglican Communion met in Canterbury from January 11-15, issues such as climate change and religious violence drew the broadest participation, said Archbishop Fred Hiltz, primate of the Anglican Church of Canada.
Last week the Primates of the Anglican Communion gathered in Canterbury for a week of prayer and discussion.
After 11 years as bishop of the diocese of Central Newfoundland, David Torraville, 62, has announced his plan to retire at the end of June 2016.
More much-needed necessities will soon be on their way to families displaced by the war in Syria.
Ten months after opening to great fanfare, Safe Harbour is set to close Jan. 29 due to financial problems.