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You have probably noticed that the large tree by our entrance is gone! The city took it down, as it was diseased and dying. Don Fehr calculated the age of the original tree as 105 years old! It was actually 3 trees, and the other two were 97 and85 years old! And the city has(…)
Our 2 summer students, Allison Dengate and Ben McIntyre -Ridd, invite us all to be more active in our caring for the environment. They are developing activities and resources to aid our communities to make meaningful steps to address issues of environmental sustainability and climate change. They have started an Instagram account: user name: blueprintforgreen(…)
Finally the long-waited beautiful weather! Although summer of 2019 in Northern Hemisphere will not officially begin until June 21, we, Winnipeggers feel the urgency to enjoy this precious time of year while it lasts. We must know how to make the best of it. After experiencing Manitoba’s winter five times, not only I(…)
“What has been the moment when your faith and sexuality and gender, or any other aspect of your identity, came together or broke apart?” That was the question brought to seven panelists at the conference I attend last weekend. Queer and Faithful brought a diverse group of people together to speak(…)
We and St. Paul’s Anglican congregations are invited to a special service at 10 am at St. Peter, Dynevor Old Stone Church in East Selkirk (8 Stone Church Rd, Oakbank, MB) The church is a significant part of Western Canadian history and was the home church of Chief Peguis, friend and Selkirk Settlers. Each year(…)