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    • Call the Chaplain
      What does a hospital Chaplain's time look like? How do the spiritual and the religious needs of the hospital world connect to the church? What does it mean to be inclusive in a multi faith environment and be Christian? Here we will discuss the ordinary day of the hospital Chaplain from rounds and statistical reports to healing, hope, death and the life of the household of God in the world.
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    • 1 year, 1 month ago

       The Rev. Jesse Dymond

    • Common Prayer
      This topic is about everyday personal prayer for the everyday person. It’s a place to talk about how we pray, what we pray about, how it feels to pray… the list can be long. It’s about sharing our prayer experience so we can learn from each other. It’s not about prayer requests or the more formal intercessory prayer some of us do as part of worship services. This can be an intimate topic so please use your discretion--as will the moderator.
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    • 1 year, 1 month ago

       The Rev. Jesse Dymond

    • Ecumenism
      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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    • 1 year, 3 months ago

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    • Liturgy
      Worship happens when we respond to God’s grace together; liturgy is about organizing the response. From sights and colours to sounds and tones, from smells to touch to taste, and yes, in words, too, we plan the moments we come together for worship. How can we best grow in offering every one of God’s gifts back to God?
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    • 1 year, 1 month ago

       The Rev. Jesse Dymond

    • Living the Covenant
      Called to seek and serve Christ in all persons and love neighbour as self, the Christian is called to daily walk, witness, and express faith in such a way as to make Christ a real. This forum is a place to dialogue and discuss the many ways we can strive for peace and unity among all people and respecting the dignity of every human being. As we journey, we daily have opportunity to bear witness to Jesus. This forum seeks to address the very practical ways we can see our expression of faith grow as a result of being more intentional about our baptismal covenant and how we live it.
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    • 1 year, 1 month ago

       The Rev. Jesse Dymond

    • My Faith in Your Faith
      Interfaith dialogue and activism is enriching yet challenging. It inspires fresh perspectives in our own faith tradition and compels us to find ways to share stories and experiences with other human faithfuls who merit to be seen and heard according to the same principle whereby we wish to be seen and heard ourselves.
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    • 1 year, 1 month ago

       The Rev. Jesse Dymond

    • Pop Culture Piety
      Pop Culture is everywhere.  It is implicit in what we read, what we watch, where we shop, even our choice of what brand of coffee to drink.  Given this, Christ’s call to be ‘in the world, but not of the world’ can sometimes seem daunting to us. This blog will explore various topics within Popular Culture, and how we are called to live out our faith and ministry in these murky and ever shifting waters.
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    • 1 year, 1 month ago

       The Rev. Jesse Dymond

    • The Common Area
      Think about this place as the lobby (or the narthex, or the parish hall,if that makes more sense to you). This is where we make introductions, talk about the structure and workings of The Community itself, and suggest other topics for conversation. Conversations that begin here may be transferred to other forum topics, or develop into new topics.
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       The Rev. Jesse Dymond

    • When Jesus Goes to College
      A forum to discuss the spiritual life and practice in the university setting. Topics will be as wide ranging as a university curriculum, but always focused on the way young people confront faith, doubt and life in the church from a university-age perspective.
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    • 1 year, 6 months ago

      Afra Saskia Tucker Afra Saskia Tucker

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