In the midst of days filled with violence and hatred, these are the things that keep me believing in the light.
I have a love of abandoned buildings, they seem to hold an imprint of what took place and my imagination soars as to what they were like when they were in use. I admit that I can quickly get a creepy sensation with odd noises and a sense of isolation, even if only a few hundred yards from the road.
How did you celebrate today?
As a minister, I continue to find it challenging to enter fully into the rhythm of Holy Week. Planning and leading multiple services over three days tosses me between death and resurrection with seemingly little time to settle in one. This picture, reminds me that I can enter and exit through the same space. That…
What are you thankful for today?
What are you celebrating today?
What sustains you?
After a very difficult time in my journey to ministry, the presbytery asked me to spend some time intentionally debriefing my internship with the presbytery chaplain, a retired United Church minister. I knew the Rev. Stew Clarke from my home congregation and had a great deal of trust and respect for him and so was…
So many people connected to each other over shared food, friendship and family ties. I am blessed to minister with the people of the Elmsdale Pastoral Charge.
What helps you remember?