Archive for April 2015

Parish connects with local community

BUCKHORN Church has a long local history in the village By Marlys Kerkman, Special to The Examiner Monday, April 6, 2015 9:36:01 EDT AM Many times in this column there have been announcements of dinners and other activities at St.Matthew’s/St. Aidan’s Anglican Church in Buckhorn. What energetic, committed people they are, was my thought knowing…

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Beyond Gethsemane

Easter Homily by W. Glenn Empey Gethsemane is an interesting place. Well, better said, Gethsemane is an interesting concept to explore. Gethsemane is a place of darkness and anguish. For Jesus it was where he was betrayed by those closest to him, especially the one who worked out his strategy in his own kind of…

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The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, has called on politicians, the Church and the media to speak out against the ‘creeping climate of fear and animosity’ at the launch of a new partnership to address the growing problem of violence against Christians. On one of the holiest days in the Christian calendar, Good Friday, hundreds…

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