Author Archives: Judy Steers
About Judy SteersJudy Steers is the Coordinator for Youth Initiatives for the Anglican Church of Canada. Since 1999, she has also been the program director of the “Ask & Imagine” youth theology and leadership program at Huron University College. Her ministry has included camping ministries, consulting and teaching, parish ministry and she is a trainer with Godly Play Canada. Whenever possible she engages her passions for singing, drumming, outdoor adventure, off-the-wall ideas and whimsical creativity into her life and ministry working with teens and young adults, including two of her own.
Fasten your seatbelt…there’s a LOT of them. And, I thought I had uncovered all the pork-based nativities…I was wrong! Last year’s pork based nativity (with sauerkraut…) … Continue reading
Scanning the options of Nativities made out of Food, Nativities made out of (un)natural materials, and Nativities Featuring Unusual Characters, I think we’ll go for the latter this week… Read on! “And suddenly there was with the angel Ezwebbusinessbuilder2 … Continue reading
Our new Youth Initiatives staff person, Andrew Stephens-Rennie will be posting articles and ideas about Campus MInistry in Canada. We are also hoping to develop a contact list for you here, so that when you move away to a new … Continue reading
Awesome video. We saw it at one of the liturgies at Common Ground (National Youth Ministry Forum) in June 2011.
We will rock you They couldn’t find the LIttle Drummer Boy, so they sent the Big Bagpipe Man instead Unlikely places to have a baby – In a cob of corn… … Continue reading
This feature first appeared during Advent on ‘generation’ in 2006, and we have featured a few extraordinary nativities in past years (such as, manger scene made out of butter, cupcake creche, and the truly remarkable bacon, sausage and sauerkraut nativity). … Continue reading
There have been a lot of videos very similar to this done by static choirs with signs. This one is fantastic, because it uses scenes from around the community of Quinhagak, Alaska where it was filmed, and probably a significant … Continue reading
From “the owls & the angels” blog, by Tamie Fields Harkins (Arizona). …When I was an Episcopal chaplain–for four years–all the time people in the church would ask me, “Why don’t young people come to church?” or “How do we … Continue reading
Sister Elizabeth Ann, (yes, there are Anglican nuns!) gives us food for thought to begin Lent in this podcast