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NEW DATES - August 28 and 29       Nurturing a narrative of hope, joy and transformation, the Skylight Festival is a celebratory and creative space where diverse communities connect to explore arts, faith, nature, peace and justice at Five Oaks Centre, Paris, ON.  Space is limited.  Register at http://www.skylightfestival.ca/

St. Andrew’s College ReJUNEvation is going virtual for 2021. The conference will be held June 16 – 18, 2021. Rev. Canon Dr. Scott Sharman will present on the theme, “Now it Springs Forth: Looking for Ecumenical Movement with Fresh Eyes.” Sharman, an academic and ordained minister who serves as the national Animator for Ecumenical and Interfaith Relations in the Anglican Church of Canada, will invite participants to reflect on some of the most interesting and promising new directions for the...

IF you want to know the Best Practices for increasing revenue and growing generous disciples; AND make a plan for your next steps along the stewardship journey with your community of faith; THEN join me for these four 2-hour online sessions where we will dive into the following: • Claim Your Mission –it's really why people give to you • Cultivate Generosity –practical ways to increase giving • Create A Culture of Gratitude –saying thank-you is critical • Stewardship Is Discipleship...

You’re invited to participate in our fall Grief & Gratitude project. We hope you will find some comfort in our community sharing. You can: * bring - or email - your grief and gratitude messages to hang on one of our trees or * attend one, or all, of our free Monday online workshops, from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m.:  Oct. 26 – Necessary Grief  Nov. 2 – The Grief of Here & Now  Nov. 9 – How to Cultivate a Grateful Heart  Nov. 16 – How to Cultivate a Grateful Life Check...

This event features Theme speaker: William Morrow (Ph.D. 1988) taught biblical studies in Queen’s Theological College from 1987–2012, and in the department of Religious Studies of Queen’s University until 2019. His research has focused on biblical law in its ancient Near Eastern context, the history of complaint prayer, and the effects of violence on the development of biblical religion.