Brendon Neilson


Refugee Program Update

Since the diocese announced our plans to not renew our SAH (Settlement Agreement Holder) status with Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), staff have been

We Together: a chance to be together again

We Together, our semi-annual diocesan conference is fast approaching and will be held at St Paul, Nanaimo from Friday, Sept. 30 to Saturday, Oct. 1.

History of racism in province highlighted

Seven-part “Intersections” workshop series begins this month   Intersections brings people from all walks of life into dialogue with the 2021 resource, Challenging Racist “British

Announcements for the fall

Vision implementation team In the hope of being more unified and nimbler in our work of implementing our vision of being a renewed people with

Identifying hope where we find it

In his small book The Canada Crisis, originally published in 1980, Canadian theologian Douglas John Hall wrestles with hopes and despairs that are uniquely ours

How is our diocesan vision functioning?

Over the last couple of months, I have been reflecting with the diocesan council on the state of the vision. Our collective intention to be a renewed people

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