September Magazine 2021

As churches begin to reopen, how does new technology fit into the life of the Church? How will digital devices and the virtual world shape our worship in a post-pandemic future?

In September’s issue of RLN, we’re exploring these questions. Erik Parker, the pastor of Sherwood Park Lutheran Church, writes about the tension between embodied worship and online spaces; Doug Cameron from St. Paul’s Fort Garry shares the parish’s new digital media strategy and makes a strong case for hybrid-style worship. Then, on page eight, we’re treated to “Zoomin” by local illustrator Jonathan Dyck. On page 11, we come up for air in a feature interview with Krystal Payne, the new Archivist for the Diocese of Rupert’s Land. And finally, Sara Krahn reviews one of her favourite albums of the summer.

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