Category Archive: Justice

Jun 15 2014

Trees Planted At St. David’s As Signs Of Remembrance, Reconciliation

On Sunday, June 15, the Feast of Trinity, the parishioners of St. David’s began their service of worship outside the church building and gathered on the North lawn of the property.  Three new and special plants adorned the lawn, and worship began around them.

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Apr 24 2014

Diocesan “Justice Camp” Coming in August

As part of our church’s commitment to grow in our personal and communal capacity for just and right living in relationship to the world around us, the Diocese of Edmonton invites you to consider attending the upcoming “Justice Camp” being held in August, 2014.

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Apr 04 2014

A Letter From the Bishop: On the Truth and Reconciliation (TRC) Event

My dear friends, I wish to extend my thanks to each of you for your participation in the work of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission this past weekend.  As I know many of you were present to witness, Edmonton’s TRC event was an extraordinarily significant time for your diocese.  Indian Residential Schools are a very …

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Mar 24 2014

“Why TRC?” An Invitation

The Synod office of the Diocese of Edmonton has created a helpful video introducing the upcoming TRC event, as well as providing some context for the event and our participation as contemporary Christians in it. The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s final national event takes place from March 27-30 at the Shaw Conference Centre …

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Mar 22 2014

Pancakes + Sausages = $580 for Youth Home in Fiji

On Tuesday, March 4, the community at St. David’s celebrated Shrove Tuesday, the last day prior to the beginning of the season of Lent (Ash Wednesday).

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Mar 22 2014

TRC Edmonton Event Is Almost Here

The seventh Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) National Event will be held at the Shaw Conference Centre in Edmonton, March 27-30. This gathering is an opportunity for survivors or former students of Indian Residential Schools to tell their stories to their families and the wider community. The national events carry the theme of the seven …

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