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By The Rev. Bill Byers So much has been happening, COVID-19 case numbers are dropping dramatically, vaccinations are increasing rapidly, a more contagious variant is threatening, the country is beginning to open up again, our parliamentarians are slinging mud at
It was six years ago this Sunday that we were hearing the stories of our Indigenous siblings with heavy hearts, reading the recommendations made in the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s report and recommendations on the Indian Residential Schools. Six years
Kerri began the Pentecost Sunday sermon with a lovely poem, Susceptible to Light by Chelan Harkin, and it struck me this poem would be a good opener to a Trinity Sunday sermon, so I decided to repeat the performance…. Susceptible
~ Chelan Harkin, in poetry book ‘Susceptible to Light’ “The worst thing we ever did was put God in the sky out of reach pulling the divinity from the leaf, sifting out the holy from our bones, insisting God