In This Issue
Responses to our January/February issue (print exclusive)
Tommaso Protti's photos show the humanitarian and environmental crises in the Brazilian Amazon
The List (social media exclusive)
4 libraries we'd love to visit
Ode (print exclusive)
Hot cross buns
The Marathon of Hope (social media exclusive)
This month in 1980
Cool Things (social media exclusive)
The Big Bang Theory and other inventions by Christian leaders
Needed (print exclusive)
Useful items to donate to local refugee houses
There is no excuse for taking the life of a disabled person
We should show no mercy for people who commit 'mercy killings'
I’m learning to honour both my Muslim and Anishinabe sides
Choosing one belief system isn't an option for me
One sapling at a time
Planting a few trees won't end the climate crisis. But we should do it anyway.
Nunavut MP Mumilaaq Qaqqaq on what she’s fighting for
The NDP politician doesn't want future generations to have the same conversations as she did growing up
Unravelling the myth of Mary Magdalene
Church fathers cast her as a fallen woman. It's time to rethink her role in the Easter story.
Sacred Indigenous rock art sites under threat
Across Canada, stories are told through drawings on stone. But protecting them shouldn't mean turning them into artifacts.
I learned I had autism at 46. I now understand myself.
A significant number of people like me are diagnosed in midlife. For reasons that are still coming to light, many of them are women.
Rock opera lives on
Fifty years later, Jess Christ Superstar is still at the centre of my faith
New exhibit reveals a trove of original fabric prints by Inuit artists
New book documents bond between L’Arche, United Church
The two organizations have had a fruitful and reciprocal partnership since the 1970s
The Passion in dinosaur country
A first-hand account of one of Canada's strangest religious spectacles
UCC in Focus
Nova Scotia church restores beautiful hiking path
The community pitched in to help St. Ann's Bay United revitalize the Red Island Trail
Crock-Pot program gets community cooking
barb sneyd runs a monthly com-mun-ity dinner at Trinity United in Collingwood, Ont. But she began to realize that the dinners were a handout, and that people also needed a hand up. In 2018, she started a program that teaches parti-cipants how to make easy, nutritious meals…
Hamilton urban ministry named a best charity (print exclusive)
Question box (print exclusive)
Congregations in conflict
The way of the cross
The moderator's take on a powerful Easter tradition
Activist on the root cause of Indigenous trauma
The activist campaigns for Indigenous peoples' right to make choices about their own land and water
Indigenous youth explore heritage at equine program
A United Church initiative pairs young people with horses to build skills, make friends and heal