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Storytelling is an important element of the Christian Life—even at national events and institutional meetings. This area makes room for those stories: personal experiences within corporate identity.


Jesse DymondSite moderator:
Jesse Dymond
I’m a priest from the Diocese of Huron, serving as Online Community Coordinator for the Anglican Church of Canada. I have a lifelong interest in computer technology, and continue to pursue interdisciplinary studies in science and theology.

Recent blog posts

The refugee crisis and that picture

September 3rd, 2015

The picture. Yes—“that” picture that started circulating yesterday of the 3 year old boy washed up on the beach in Turkey. One of God’s children without hope is too many and every refugee on this God given earth, is one of God’s children.


May life not simply go on

June 5th, 2015

I wanted to yell out of my window, “Don’t you know what has happened here this week?” “Don’t you know you are naively walking on the very same spot of the road where a Women’s Warrior Dance erupted a mere 72 hours ago?” “Don’t you know that Indigenous peoples of this country and those who are standing beside them are here this week declaring the hope for a world that will change?”


May 31: how beautiful are the feet…

June 1st, 2015

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!”


Sacred Fire: Opening Ceremonies TRC Ottawa

May 31st, 2015

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


May 30: “Grandson, they are starting to see us.”

May 30th, 2015

Last night’s speakers invited us to envision a new relationship. I can only fall on my knees and be grateful that the door to reconciliation is still open and that if all who live on this land can see that it is open, may enter it with willing and grateful hearts


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