Events, Stories and Reflections from Across the Nation
Pentecost at Richmond Emmanuel Church included a powerful time of inter-generational worship and a celebration of the fruit of the Spirit through art.
The Urban Abbey opens coffee and bake shop to connect with their community and support their mission.
After a fire destroyed the Thrive House, residents and members of the Thrive ministry team and the Urban Abbey experienced the extraordinary grace and provision of God - this is their story.
The women say they are already familiar with many of the people they encounter on the street because they attend I Am Second—an addiction support group offered at Jericho Road Church.
Kathy King, was recognized on the 25th anniversary of her ordination to the priesthood by our parish
CCM spring camp started this week at Richmond Emmanuel Church!
Christ the Redeemer looks to another great summer of service in their community in 2018…
The Light of Christ Church family in Nanaimo recently shared in the making of a new processional cross - a reminder of their journey from brokenness to wholeness in Jesus.
As a sign of the shared unity in Christ as one body the whole community wears matching tshirts.
Bob & Margot are in the midst of discerning what God might be up to in Cochrane and how their lived experience, skills and passion intersect with God's already present and loving action. They are doing field research in Cochrane...
A core passion of theAMCanada is to build deep and lasting relationships with others who are building movements of renewal in Canada!
Bishop Silas Ng led Time with Abba in the morning, and we had an incredible time growing with our Anglican Mission family.
A reflection written by Rev. Ed Hird.
God has made you new, and your story is no longer one of regret but rather an ongoing testimony of His grace for your encouragement and the encouragement of others!
As he shared about the thoroughness of this self-examination and the work of confessing his wrongs to another I was incredibly moved by his courage and honesty and the peace that came as a result
To examine our lives is a perfect start to Lent. We need this discipline, and we need it more than once a year! But each year as we confess these things again to God, I am again renewed in my faith in a merciful God, and drawn to love Him more.
I was brought to tears as I listened to these prophets of our culture – evocatively singing this dirge of modernity.
Because one of the most inspiring realities about God’s love made visible in the life, death and resurrection of Jesus is His relationships with those who followed Him on earth – His Disciples. It’s in the context of those relationships that the extraordinary love and compassion of God is revealed despite the constant failures of those who followed – as best as they knew how.
As a teenager, I became convinced that there was no life after death, and that nothing awaited me but extinction and returning to dust. I began to fear the power of death and the meaninglessness and emptiness of life.