We are witnessing the active work of the Holy Spirit right now in our diocese: the amalgamation of St. Barnabas, St. Francis parishes and the Creation of Rupert’s Land Media. As we face the loss of parish homes and the elimination of the print edition of the Rupert’s Land News, the Bishop encourages us to trust these actions of the Spirit – the same Spirit who empowers us to be Christ’s people and do Christ’s work. Read more
In what ways are members of our congregation (individually and collectively) intentionally participating in God’s mission in the world as disciples of Jesus Christ? Read more
The road to Emmaus, as told in Luke 24:13-32, led the disciples to a destination, but not the one they expected. Read more
What’s the difference between “Interim Priest” and “interim priest”? Bishop Phillips explains. Read more
Being a disciple of Jesus Christ is a life-long process of growth. Developing as disciples is one of the primary reasons we gather as “church”. How are we developing our experience and expression of discipleship – and helping others to do the same? Read more
Obedience and love. This was the meaning of Jesus’ cross for him. He then tells us who would follow him to “take up our cross.” Read more
Our Lenten observance is primarily based on Jesus’ 40-day period of fasting and praying in the wilderness. We are called, led, perhaps even driven into some kind of wilderness in order to experience the strength of God in our human weakness. Read more
We have been “marked” with the sign of the cross as belonging to him – forever. This means that we have been called to be disciples of Jesus Christ.
How are we fulfilling our calling to the discovery of discipleship in Jesus Christ? Read more
How would you introduce the person of Jesus Christ to someone who knew little or nothing about him? Here are three ways in which we are introduced to, and through which we can introduce others to, Jesus Christ. And they are available to us every time we gather for worship. Read more
What characterizes a disciple is not that they merely agree with or hold in high esteem, the methods and philosophy of their teacher. Rather, they identify on a very deep level, with the truth and integrity of their teacher’s approach – so much so that they seek to be like their teacher.
What does it mean to be a disciple of Jesus? Read more