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December 07, 2022
For Advent Unwrapped, Rev. Maria Christina Conlon acknowledges the divine joy found in simple things.
Advent Unwrapped: A Sip of Tea" href="/blogs/round-table/advent-unwrapped-sip-tea"> A etching of a woman sipping tea. Done on large white paper, with the lightest of touch.
December 01, 2022
For Advent Unwrapped, Rev. Richard C. Choe reflects on the peace symbolism found in the simple image of extended hands.
Advent Unwrapped: Empty Hands" href="/blogs/round-table/advent-unwrapped-empty-hands"> A pair of empty, outstretched hand, shown in a black and white photograph.
November 30, 2022
In her Advent Unwrapped microblog, Rev. Maria Christina Conlon reflects on the holiness of those little ones who watch and learn from us.
Advent Unwrapped: Cloud of Witnesses" href="/blogs/round-table/advent-unwrapped-cloud-witnesses"> A nearly abstract artwork with subtle hints of a mother holding a small child.
November 24, 2022
In this Advent Unwrapped microblog, Rev. Richard C. Choe reflects on living in hope.
Advent Unwrapped: Foggy Night" href="/blogs/round-table/advent-unwrapped-foggy-night"> A moody photograph of a foggy street at night, with street lights dimly showing through and the headlights of a car approaching in the darkness.
November 23, 2022
In a microblog for Advent Unwrapped, Rev. Maria Christina Conlon reflects on the hope found in the story of Hagar in Genesis 16.
Advent Unwrapped: Finding Hope in Hagar" href="/blogs/round-table/advent-unwrapped-finding-hope-hagar"> A black and white woodcarving print of a woman in pensive hope.
November 14, 2022
Rev. MiYeon Kim and Rev. Leigh Sinclair reflect on their experiences at the Intercultural Adventures seminar, which looks at United Church theology through the lens of…
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Sharing Intercultural Adventures with the Holy Spirit" href="/blogs/round-table/sharing-intercultural-adventures-holy-spirit"> Rev. Leigh Sinclair (left) and Rev. MiYeon Lim (right) smile together as they stand before a temporary altar with a wooden cross and a small candle.
November 10, 2022
Janet Millward writes about Canadian Foodgrains Bank’s call to use climate finance funding to address food insecurity around the world.
The Climate Crisis and Global Hunger" href="/blogs/round-table/climate-crisis-and-global-hunger"> A collection of signs on a wall outlining the causes of world hunger.
November 07, 2022
A plea for sanctuary is answered by Plymouth-Trinity United Church for the Rodriguez-Flores family, but more help is still needed for the journey ahead.
The Struggle for Sanctuary" href="/blogs/round-table/struggle-sanctuary"> Rodrigues-Flores family
October 26, 2022
Rev. Anne Hines writes how our church’s Truth and Reconciliation project transformed our walls, and our lives.
Walls of Welcome" href="/blogs/round-table/walls-welcome">
October 04, 2022
The Student Christian Movement of Canada offers students community with a cause, as SCMers work for change globally and locally.
The Student Christian Movement Is Building Community With a Cause" href="/blogs/round-table/student-christian-movement-building-community-cause"> Three young university-age young people from the Student Christian Movement look at the camera for a selfie. One person is from Canada, the other two from Cuba.