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The church, today, exists in a multitude of denominations, each bringing important experiences, theologies, and styles of worship to the table. And yet, we are called to Christian unity. How can we best serve as the body of Christ in all our diversity?


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Craig Bowers
I am a priest in a team ministry in Kanata, Ontario, and serve as the Ecumenical-Interfaith Officer in the Diocese of Ottawa.

Recent blog posts

Merry Christmas to our friends at…!

December 21st, 2012

What other parishes, churches and/or denominations do you wish to send out greetings and thanksgiving?


Waiting in Hope!

December 18th, 2012

Getting depressed with the dark days, the bad news on tv, consumerism… Christ is coming and calling us to be the change the world needs!


they were all gathered together in one place…

May 29th, 2012

May Pentecost be a time to find ways to gather together and share our common hope!


Condolences to our Coptic Orthodox Brothers and Sisters in Christ

March 23rd, 2012

We as Anglicans have had a long standing relationship with Pope Shenouda. In response to that relationship the Most Rev. Dr. Mouneer Anis, Anglican Diocese of Egypt, wrote a wonderful tribute to Pope Shenouda III.


How can ecumenism speak to our Lenten journey?

March 14th, 2012

It wasn’t always easy: ours was a small community, and historical differences ran deep. Fears of “sheep stealing” hovered beneath the service. But little by little, a bake sale here and a Bible study there, some in our community began to ask why we weren’t praying together more often. And I’m still not sure I can answer that question.


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