Author Archives: Jesse Dymond
About Jesse DymondI'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. I love composing and performing music, cooking, photography, sailing, and riding vintage motorcycles.
Christian hospitality, it seems, is best lived out when we respond to generosity with thankfulness, and to that same thankfulness with generosity. Thank you, Louisiana, for so graciously teaching me about the way of discipleship. Continue reading
As we talked about ministry from music to Facebook, Randy pulled up a document that he provides to New Westminster parishes as they compose or revise their websites. Below, you’ll find Randy Murray’s “top notch tips.” Do you find them helpful? Let us know! Continue reading
Don’t get me wrong: my library is populated with shelves of useful and necessary materials passed on by others. But you know, after the first few book loads, I realized that I couldn’t use many of the books. The world had changed. Continue reading
“What is wrong with the inspiring hymns with which we grew up? When I go to church, it is to worship God, not to be distracted.” Continue reading
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. Continue reading