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Archive: January 2016

Be not afraid: In dark days, the Light shone for a new parish

By Rev. Bill Crosby It is a reality for those who serve the Anglican Church that, in the coming years, more and more of us will be called to navigate the waters of parish reorganization, revitalization and renewal. The forces initiating the need for change are many:...

A story shines through the years

By Rev. Carrie Irwin I recently saw a little sign that read: “You are not on a journey to God; you are on a journey with God.” As I sat down to write this column, I thought about that sign and that led me to think about my own journey with God. While the particulars...

Indigenous experience brought home

By Helen Wheeler An eye-opening look at Canadian history from the aboriginal viewpoint was one of the highlights of the Nov. 7 stew night fundraiser for Council of the North, hosted for the community by Lutheran and Anglican Ministries of the Bruce (LAAMB). The guest...

Churchmen’s conference to focus on outreach, youth

All churchmen across the Diocese of Huron are welcome to attend the Brotherhood of Anglican Churchmen (BAC) annual one-day conference on April 23. The conference is being hosted the by Parish of Holy Trinity and St. Stephen’s Memorial, London — a new parish formed as...

Retired priest faces charges

London police have charged retired Rev. David Norton, 69, with sexual abuse charges dating from 1977 to 1983. He is charged three counts of indecent assault and one of sexual assault. The allegations involved three boys, aged seven to 12, at the time. He served at St....