The Preachers’ Table
Recent blog posts
November 5th, 2015
If we are gentile followers of Yeshua Ha’Mashiach (Jesus Christ) we can be thankful to Ruth for showing us the possibility of being welcomed into the elect.
October 1st, 2015
In a soundbite culture, a preaching series gives the preacher the chance to delve more deeply into some of the theological foundations of our faith.
September 11th, 2015
It seems that the question of who Jesus is, is not as relevant as it once was. …Preachers can speak about Jesus identity, but the assumptions of popular spirituality have made it largely irrelevant. Should we even bother?
September 4th, 2015
Today’s post is really just a way to open up a space in The Community for preachers to process our response to the refugee crisis. Sometimes we just need to wait another week for good news..
July 27th, 2015
Did you just buy a ticket for the circus? Oh wait. No, you didn’t. You didn’t buy anything. He just showed up and fed all 5,000 of your unprepared selves!
Dell Bornowsky has been a farm boy, woodworker, and building maintenance consultant. He believes creation is good, that God acts in material history, and that ancient wisdom may be more relevant than we realize. Presently rector of St. Philip Parish in Regina Saskatchewan. (Diocese of Qu’Appelle).
Naomi Miller has served 14 rural, small-town, and small city congregations in 15 years of ordained ministry. She currently resides in Tottenham, Ontario and delights in her role as incumbent of the Church of the Evangelists, New Tecumseth- a recently amalgamated congregation embracing 4 villages in 3 municipalities.
Priest, blogger, diplomat: Tay Moss helps people navigate God’s crazy universe with humor, good food, and an occasional idea. He is leading his congregation (Messiah, Toronto) through major transition as they launch a fresh expression of church.
Dawn is a priest currently serving in the Diocese of Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island. She thinks preaching is a profound and great privilege granted to us by God and our Church.