Gospel, Land, and Pipeline Protests: once again protests have erupted across the country, seemingly out of nowhere for those of us who do not have a good grasp on the ongoing relationships between Canada, our Indigenous Peoples, our economy, and the land. What does the Gospel have to say to us about this amazingly complex web of relationships? That will be the focus of Sunday’s reflection with some more help from Rush (New World Man) and Mostly Righteous.
- This Sunday!
Join us this Sunday to taste a little more of the resurrection joy. Easter is not a single Sunday – it’s a whole season. Resurrection is not a singular event – it’s for every death, every fatigue, every hell-in-a-handbasket come your way. Dorothy Day said the quote in the image above. She was a social activist, political radical, and practicing […]
- Weekly Newsletter – Read it here!
- Confirmation: An Exploration of Faith
A six week. program for youth, starting after Easter. For information and registration email Susan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Guaranteed Living Income – Take Action Now!
Our church is among many United Church faith communities and social justice and community outreach ministries – such as Brunswick Street Mission and the Sunday Supper – across the country that are involved in supporting people living in poverty every day through a variety of programs. During the past year as the COVID-19 pandemic has […]
- St. Andrew’s Refugee Sponsorship – Al-Keek Family
We are hopeful that movement forward for the Al Keek Family will be starting soon. They have been advised their March 30th meeting with the Embassy, which was cancelled because of Covid, will be rescheduled. This is good news and creates a flicker of hope. We want to keep this flicker alive and grow it […]