September Magazine 2020

In September’s issue, we’re exploring what it means to be people caught in the occasion, observing a crisis through prayer and perseverance as New Easter People. Theo Robinson takes us outside the church building and poses the question of virtual worship being part of the “new normal.” Andrew Rampton searches for gifts in spite of loss. Winnipeg poets Sally Ito, Joanne Epp, and Sarah Klassen translate a German poem that reveals the wisdom of a simple flower. And, in via media, Maylanne Maybee observes that in online worship there is a place for the sacred when we practice a “quality of presence.”

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