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God wishes us small

God must be huge, or at least, that’s what I thought when I was a child. I understood that God was all-powerful and knew all ...
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We are one

I started in full-time ministry at the age of 22. I had the opportunity to work for a faith-based organization in Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia, that ...
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A strong call to service

What made you decide to pursue the role of deacon? I cannot really say that I decided. I had a strong call to service in ...
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To be of service to the world

Where were you born and where did you grow up? I grew up in Coventry, England, was baptized as a baby and grew up in ...
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The altar in the chapel at St. John the Divine

Pride in the church

Karen Coverett is assistant warden at St. John the Divine, Victoria, and first attended worship at the church during Pride Week 2016. I spoke to ...
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God is persistent, and so should I be

Our new editor of the Post asked me an interesting opening question: “What made you decide on the role of deacon as a career?” It ...
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Fellowship of Anglican Women

A fellowship of Anglican women

Mother, daughter and friend living, laughing and praying together Buying a new house is often an exciting experience and can symbolise different things for different ...
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Messages in glass

St. Mary, Oak Bay, parishioner publishes new book Over the last year, Elizabeth Laugharne, a parishioner at St. Mary the Virgin, Oak Bay, has used ...
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John Albert Hall

John Albert Hall and his legacy

A generous benefactor, a long tradition, a continuing evolution As promised, this is a continuation of last month’s article about the John Albert Hall Lectures, ...
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Connecting religion with a need for justice

I was born and raised in small-town southern Alberta, with a United Church minister for a father and a United Church minister’s daughter for a ...
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Puppeteer Tim Gosley

The universal heart of puppetry

Before puppetry, my existence was tickled by an unfettered spiritual curiosity. I was born Anglican, but my spiritual foundation was poured during the long 1960s ...
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