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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(…)
The-not-so-cooperative-weather last weekend made my family camping trip extra special. It was the coldest May long weekend I’ve ever experienced. Waking up to 0 degree with a chill early in the morning in the 3-season tent, I remembered some of the comments my Facebook friends made, “You(…)
Last week I was blessed that I was able to attend a black clergy gathering in Winnipeg. (Colleagues of mine who organized the event gave me permission to attend.) More than twenty ministers, who are serving various communities of faith in the United Church across Canada, came together for this three day meeting. I(…)
“THE DANCE OF 3” – at Camp Wasaga, Clear Lake. Theme leader is Claire Stephenson, BFA. ‘71 Claire has a lifelong commitment to exploring the creative process, not only with her own visual art but by providing inspiration and support to others. She has more than 20 years’ experience in providing creative art programs for(…)