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About Riscylla Walsh Shaw

Riscylla Walsh Shaw, Christ Church Bolton – is passionate about the good news of Jesus, social justice and creating space for the voices of the marginalized peoples of our society. Active listener and witness for the Anglican Church at the seven national events of Canada’s Truth & Reconciliation Commission on Indian Residential Schools unfolding over the past six years from coast to coast to coast.
Riscylla has Métis and settler heritage and was raised on a farm. Ordained for 14 years, she has engaged in rural, suburban, & urban parish ministries in the Diocese of Toronto, is active in the councils of the church and sits on the Primate’s Commission for Discovery, Reconciliation & Justice.
In Bolton, Riscylla is working on innovative community ministry, expanding into new ways of engaging as church in our changing social context

May 31: how beautiful are the feet…

And how shall they preach unless they are sent? As it is written: “How beautiful are the feet of them that preach the Gospel of peace, and bring glad tidings of good things!” Continue reading

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Sacred Fire: Opening Ceremonies TRC Ottawa

The Rev. Riscylla Walsh Shaw considers Sacred Fire as she moves into the TRC’s closing events in Ottawa. She offers this poem: Continue reading

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