September 2023

Louise SmithEastern Newfoundland and Labrador

Recreating the Many Spring Activities

There is a saying that, “from the chorus of minds comes a reflective voice.” As I sat under an umbrella on the patio, with laptop ...
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Sandra TaylorEastern Newfoundland and Labrador

Fifteen Confirmed in Foxtrap

Fifteen confirmation candidates gathered for a luncheon and rehearsal on May 6, 2023. They were fortunate that the Bishop could join them and spend time ...
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Eileen KeepingCentral Newfoundland

End of Year Fellowship For Grand Bay ACW

The ACW of St. Paul’s Church in Grand Bay, after a successful year, had their last meeting before the summer on Wednesday,  May 10. Before ...
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The Rev'd Jonathan RoweColumns

A Nap And A Snack

In 1 Kings 19, following Elijah’s confrontation with the prophets of Baal, he flees from Queen Jezebel, finding solace in the wilderness. Overwhelmed by despair ...
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Florence Morgan-ThomEastern Newfoundland and Labrador

New Server in Port de Grave

St. Luke’s Church, and the Parish of Port de Grave, are so proud to welcome a new crucifer to our group of servers. Chloe Dawe, ...
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The Rev’d Cynthia Haines-TurnerColumns

The Assembly of General Synod: Both High Points and Low Moments

The Assembly and General Synod meetings have concluded. There were, as always, high points and low moments. During the times when we gathered as the ...
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Jessie Ann MarshCentral Newfoundland

Fisherperson Blessing

Garnish is a fishing town which is located in Fortune Bay, NL. Lobster is the largest species fished in this area. Each day, nearly 70 ...
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Anglican LifeCentral Newfoundland


Nora Shears ordained deacon Article and photograph by Karen Bennett On May 6, 2023, catechist Nora Shears was ordained as a deacon in the community ...
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Lisa SnowCentral Newfoundland

Mother’s Day at St. Andrew’s, Fogo

A beautiful parish service was held on Mother’s Day at St. Andrew’s church in Fogo. Rev’d Neal Buffett got Martin to help read the book ...
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Melanie ClarkeColumns

Lost Sheep

When I was a teenager, I was a Sunday School teacher. Part of the curriculum was to teach the parable of the lost sheep. In ...
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