May God’s name be holy

The first request of the Lord’s Prayer, directed towards God, also points towards your heart and our communal experience and practice of Christian faith.

Pandemic, Advent and the church

I started at St. Saviour’s Anglican Church, Winnipeg, in February 2015 as an interim priest and was appointed incumbent in September 2016. During the interim

On the Plain of Waiting

Beneath the towering umber faces of Mount Sinai lies a broad, empty valley called the Plain of Waiting. Bounded by peaks that rise sharply out

‘Lessons and Carols’ for this Advent

A special gift of the Anglican tradition to the Christian world is the annual festival of Scripture lessons and Christmas carols, both for Advent and

‘We’re all rooting for you’

Reflections on beginning in ministry I can tell by the way you’re searching For something you can’t even name That you haven’t been able to

Why Christmas isn’t my favourite season

For many years Christ Church Cathedral hosted readings of A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. Co-sponsored by CBC radio, these enormously popular readings were held

Longing and living in our Advent lockdown

In Manitoba, as I write this, we have completed our second week of critical level restrictions. “What? It’s only been two weeks?” is an understandable

Artifacts of the future

There are many things that make the Four Corners area of the southwestern United States a wonderful place. Among the most powerful is the constant