Church of the Epiphany, Gloucester, East Ottawa Deanery

A funny thing happened to the architecture of Anglican churches in the 1960s. It got religion. Or, to put it another way, people began thinking ...
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Paul Mugarura

Prayerfully rising to the challenge

As Bishop Shane outlined in his column on p. 2, the most recent Synod set two goals or challenges for every parish and congregation in ...
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Saint John the Evangelist, Ottawa

Here we are in downtown Ottawa in the mid to late 1870s in the upper storey of a building on Rideau Street, looking north along ...
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Variety of calendars and a novelty clock where the numbers have fallen off

Spending more time in God’s time

As we begin a new calendar year, having begun a new liturgical year a month ago in Advent season, many of us will reflect on ...
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Using our senses to learn about and experience God

This is the fourth of a series of articles exploring the use of our senses in connecting with God. If we restrict our understanding and ...
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Saint Alban, Mattawa — Pembroke Deanery

Mattawa had always been regarded as an important place, serving as a jumping off place from the settled area of Upper Canada on the upper ...
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Advent candles in Christ Church Cathedral, Ottawa

Reclaiming Advent, living Christmas

I have always loved Advent. It offers a rich time of reflection in which we read some of our most profound, inspiring and challenging scriptures, ...
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Bishop’s Charge speaks to a thriving church that is well-equipped to serve the world

As for you, always be sober, endure suffering, do the work of an evangelist, carry out your ministry fully. 2 Timothy 4:5 The first reading ...
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Archival photo of Saint Paul Shawville

Saint Paul, Shawville—West Quebec Deanery

Up until a decade ago, this photograph dating from circa 1910 would have been a revelation to members of Saint Paul’s, Shawville. Where, they would ...
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