climate change

Faith Perspectives: A Photo Essay by Kenji Dyck

How might we look at the church within the architecture of the natural world? In Faith Perspectives, the photographer turns our eye to the physical structures of the church, only to bolster a larger, wilder scaffolding around it. We see the church as enlivened in its earthly environment: summer camp

A Eucharist for the Environment: Environmental activism in Rupert’s Land

We are hurtling towards climate disaster. With the rampant rise of heat waves, forest fires, tropical storms and more, we are already in the thick of it and things will continue to get worse. However, there is still hope for change and climate activists are working tirelessly around the world

March Magazine 2022

March’s issue on “Creation Care” grapples with the issue of climate change, climate justice, and what it means to have faith in the midst of it all. RLN Reporter at Large Hannah Foulger reaches out to individuals and ministries in the diocese that are at the forefront of climate action. In

CURRENT ISSUE

This month’s issue is centred around the theme: a new climate.

Contributions include an exploration of food security and food relief issues, reflections on ordination, a visioning of a Downtown Green Corridor in Winnipeg, and a consideration of the experiences of Synod delegates in our Diocese.

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