October Magazine 2019

In October’s issue, we’re not only exploring the harvest, but what we do with it. In a spread about the Agricultural Church Year, Suzanne Rumsey from PWRDF details the Rogation service she attended at St. Luke’s, Pembina Crossing in June and Chris Lea explains what Rogation means to him. Micheal Gilmour follows up with three reasons why going vegan is his form of Christian protest.

There have also been several position changes in the diocese over the last few months, so we’ll hear from those who are retiring and those who are coming on board. And, in via media, Jane Barter explores the importance of Reclaiming Power and Place, the Report of the National Inquiry on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, which she and 15 others grappled with over the summer.

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