March 2020

In this issue:

  • How women and girls affected by female genital mutilation are taking charge of their future
  • A gift of land helps Yazidi refugees farm again
  • Defending the Canada goose

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In This Issue

Editor's Letter

Letters

  • Topics: Uncategorised

    Responses to our December issue (print exclusive)

    By Broadview Staff

Snapshot

Perspective

Features

Spotlight

UCC in Focus

  • Topics: UCC in Focus

    Toronto church targets youth with community café

    The Toronto church opened a space with good food, good friends and free programming for young people

    By Noelle Boughton
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  • Topics: UCC in Focus

    New United-Anglican shared ministry (print exclusive)

    In September, Anglican minister Rev. Andrea Brennan took to the pulpit at Knox United in Fernie, B.C., to celebrate the official beginning of a new ecumenical shared ministry

    By Glynis Ratcliffe
  • Topics: UCC in Focus

    Nora Sanders is retiring later this year (print exclusive)

    Nora Sanders will be retiring as the United Church’s general secretary, the denomination’s highest administrative position, in September 2020.

    By Glynis Ratcliffe
  • Topics: UCC in Focus

    Question box (print exclusive)

    Looking for digital inspiration

    By Christopher White
  • Topics: UCC in Focus

    Retrospect (print exclusive)

    1989: Churches against apartheid

    By Russul Sahib
  • Topics: UCC in Focus

    Putting down roots

    How a gift of land is helping Yazidi refugees farm again

    By Glynis Ratcliffe
  • Topics: UCC in Focus

    Rueben George

    On his sacred duty to nature

    By Josiah Neufeld
  • Topics: UCC in Focus

    ‘Your place is your parish’

    An interview with Shawn Sanford Beck, an ecumenical priest and Christian Druid living off-grid on the shores of Murray Lake in Saskatchewan

    By Alison Brooks-Starks

Disruptor