Topics: Justice | Broadview Fundraising
One donor on why Broadview’s work matters to himBy Trisha Elliott |
John Ryerson wants to protect progressive journalism
Topics: Spirituality | Broadview Fundraising
Broadview’s fundraising director on why giving is spiritualBy Trisha Elliott |
"Money is indeed the root of many evils," says Trisha Elliott. "But it's also the root of much goodness."
Topics: March 2021, UCC in Focus | Religion
The highs and lows of the United Church’s first year with COVIDBy Trisha Elliott |
After a hard many months, the denomination may be more united than ever
Topics: July/August 2020, Spirituality | Religion
How churches rallied in a pandemicBy Trisha Elliott |
As COVID-19 changed the way we worship, faith communities adapted to stay connected
Topics: Spirituality | Society
Pinecrest tragedy deeply affected local churchBy Trisha Elliott |
Rev. Ann Blane from Knox Presbyterian on ministering at a COVID-19 epicentre
Topics: Ethical Living, Jan./Feb. 2020 | Relationships
A DNA test brought me a loving brother, but also more questionsBy Trisha Elliott |
Neither of us could have imagined the challenging dynamics that would storm around our reunion or how finding each other would impact us and everyone we love
Topics: Ethical Living, October 2019 | Interview
Senator Joseph Day says faith gives him directionBy Trisha Elliott |
The Canadian Senate member attends a United church in Hampton, N.B.
Topics: Ethical Living | Society
For those with dementia, music brings joyBy Trisha Elliott |
It can also trigger memories. One day it might prove key to unlocking them.
Topics: UCC in Focus | History
How a Methodist minister started War AmpsBy Trisha Elliott |
Lt-Col. Sidney Lambert helped start the organization at the close of the Great War. It is still doing vital work for Canadians with disabilities.
Topics: Justice | History
Canadian war artist was nearly forgottenBy Trisha Elliott |
Mary Riter Hamilton created more than 300 paintings that capture the death and destruction of the Great War. But years later, some of her works ended up molding in a library.