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St. Andrew’s College ReJUNEvation is going virtual for 2021. The conference will be held June 16 – 18, 2021. Rev. Canon Dr. Scott Sharman will present on the theme, “Now it Springs Forth: Looking for Ecumenical Movement with Fresh Eyes.” Sharman, an academic and ordained minister who serves as the national Animator for Ecumenical and Interfaith Relations in the Anglican Church of Canada, will invite participants to reflect on some of the most interesting and promising new directions for the...

PLEASE CLICK HERE TO REGISTER  How to build trust and positive relationships with neighbours living in poverty? What are the four causes of poverty? What are the eleven essential resources we all need for a stable life? What are the Hidden Rules of Class that often impede efforts to support those trying to bridge out of poverty? The Bridges Out Of Poverty education framework has been used in over 400 communities across North America. Bedford House's Reverend Lynn Smith-Reeve is a certified...

Join us online at the University of Toronto, from wherever you are, for six Wednesday evening sessions (from 7-8:30 p.m.) to learn body, mind, and spirit practices to release tension, deal with emotions, and bridge any sense of social isolation. We'll learn practices, then have time to reflect on our experience with art and journalling, and reconnect with our online community.

Did you know grandparents are fastest growing group of Facebook users, 85% of web traffic is to/from mobile platforms (phones and tablets), and\ more than 500 hours of content is uploaded to YouTube every hour of every day? Could our scattered congregations find ways to use technology to support our worship? Come and see how some communities of faith are sharing live-stream worship. We will show one way this technology is being used, share our experience to date, and have a discussion about...

UPDATE on March1 17 In response to the COVID-19 situation, a gathering of people from across the region this week seems unwise at this time. The Working Well Together workshop with Terence Corkin this coming Saturday, March 21, is going online. You can still register Registration for this now-online workshop will remain open until Friday March 20. Here is the link:https://ecorcuccan.ca/registration-for-working-well-together-on-march-21/ If you are already registered The invitation to the...