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Congregation offers a rousing rendition of When The Saints Go Marching In at the Peterborough Covenant service Sept. 21. Photo: Murray MacAdam

Anglican-Lutheran covenant enlivens churches in Peterborough

Faced with dwindling congregations housed in large, costly buildings, is there another way for parishes to forge new ways of working together that build unity, share resources and present a different image of church to society?

Evelyn Day (right) explains the significance of Medicine Lake as a sacred place of healing for First Nations people. With her are Brenda Johnson (middle), a member of St. John the Evangelist Anglican parish in Edmonton, and Emma Hansen, a student at the University of Toronto. Photo: Margaret Marschall

Justice camp highlights ‘God’s gift of land’

“Take a risk-and follow something new.” Thatchallenge from the Rev. Travis Enright to 75 Anglicans and otherChristians gathered in Edmonton encapsulated what a unique event calledjustice camp is all about.

Sydney Caron Photo: Contributed

Seeing with new eyes

Participants at this summer’s Shalom Justice Camp in Peterborough, Ont., returned home with increased awareness, resolved to act as agents of change. For the Rev.

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A recipe for joyful faith

It can be fun to be Anglican. Combine 75 Anglicans from Newfoundland to Alberta. Enrich with 10 Christians from other churches. Spice with 30 young

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