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PWRDF mobilizes in response to Dorian

PWRDF mobilizes reponse to Dorian Hurricane Dorian has devastated the Bahamas. News footage shows the areas around Freeport to be unrecognizable, completely submerged in water. In response to the immediate and urgent needs on the ground, PWRDF is receiving donations and sending financial support to Episcopal Relief and Development of the Episcopal Church of the…

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Innovative affordable housing project attracts national attention

Innovative Hamilton affordable housing project gets nearly $2M in federal cash — and national attention Via Matthew Van Dongen  The Hamilton Spectator The Hughson Street Baptist Church is building a new home that will be topped with 45 supportive housing units managed by Indwell. It could be a model for faith communities across Canada, they say.…

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New primate foresees time of change for national church

New primate foresees time of change for national church BY  TALI FOLKINS August 26, 2019 The Anglican Journal photo – Geoff Howe The Anglican Church of Canada’s new primate says her top priority will be a review of the church’s mission and ministry—a re-examination of its role that could result in “painful” change for some as…

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Community Gardens … WOW !

Amazing community gardens Neighbours grow amazing produce ready for fall harvest from community gardens Neighbourhood gardeners in the Curtis Creek area of East City have had amazing results from their hard work at the St Luke’s Community Gardens. Most of the plants and vegetables were planted from seeds in the spring. Thanks to the attentive care…

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Anglican Church introduces new digital magazine

Anglican Church introduces new digital magazine BY Matthew Townsend The Anglican Journal Anglicans looking for in-depth stories and diverse perspectives on complex subjects have a new place to look: Epiphanies, a digital magazine produced by the Anglican Journal team. The summer issue of Epiphanies, published August 12, focuses on crisis within creation. This first issue offers in-depth reporting on the theology of…

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New issue — ‘community link’ newsletter features exciting news

Exciting news from the Planning and Options Group ‘community link’ newsletter feature: New sense of direction for the future The Planning and Options Group (POG) has been meeting on a weekly basis since the beginning of the year. On alternate Wednesdays, the group has been facilitated by Susan Abell and by Val Whalley. Both Susan…

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Affordable housing — Diocese of Ottawa

Diocese of Ottawa on target for 125 new affordable housing units In 2013 Anglican Church of Canada set action on homelessness and affordable housing as priority Via The Anglican Journal by David Humphreys On 11 May, the Diocese of Ottawa held a forum on homelessness and affordable housing as part of plans to implement its…

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St Luke’s crew part of local food drive

St Luke’s takes part in local food drive Members of the parish join with Kawartha Food Share in local food drive One Saturday, 1 June, an energetic crew of people from St Luke’s joined with others throughout Peterborough for the annual Kawartha Food Share Food Drive. Many residents placed canned goods in paper bags on the…

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Here grows the community gardens

Here grows the community gardens at St Luke’s Local community gardeners put in a full day in getting the gardens ready for planting Thanks to the support of Peterborough GreenUp, the SUN Programme, and Nourish plus local gardeners, the community gardens at St Luke’s have become a reality. A dozen or so gardeners did all the…

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Organ Recital: Ian Morton (audio)

Beautiful lunch-time music recital by Ian Morton Ian performed a wide range of music as part of Peterborough Lunch Time Organ Recitals Ian selected a varied repertoire of music for his recital on Ascension Day, 30 May 2019 at St Luke’s. This was the fifth lunch-time recital among a series held at various Peterborough Churches…

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