Understanding and Footwashing

“The message of hope the contemplative offers you, then, brother, is not that you need to find your way through the jungle of language and problems that today surround God: but that whether you understand or not, God… Read More

Pennies From Heaven.

In 2006 the Nobel peace Prize was awarded to Muhammad Yunus for his efforts to eradicate poverty in the poorest regions of our world. His work with micro-credit is well-known and he understands well the challenges of societies… Read More

Drunk on a Horse

In reading a book of quotes compiled by Roy Zuk, I came across this gem: “Martin Luther once said that God’s truth is like a drunkard trying to ride a horse: prop him up on the one side,… Read More

If it be Your Will

If it be your will  That a voice be true From this broken hill I will sing to you From this broken hill All your praises they shall ring If it be your will To let me sing … Read More

Whoever Welcomes One Such Child

A little boy was overheard praying: “Lord, if you can’t make me a better boy, don’t worry about it. I’m having a real good time like I am.” Among the reading for the daily Office today are found… Read More

Celebrating Spring (or is it Summer) and Guttenberg

Today is the first full day of Spring – and in Windsor what a beautiful day it has been. The temperature reached over 30 C with the humidex. It was not a good day to be trapped inside,… Read More

Last Two Days at McCormick Theological Seminary

“Few minds wear out; most rust out.” ~ Christian Nextell Bovee Three years ago I started a Doctorate in Ministry at McCormick Theological Seminary. It has been a great journey. Today and tomorrow I am engaged, along with… Read More

Ray always loved a Parade of Clergy

Ray loved a parade of Clergy — on March 12th – he had a Parade of Clergy in his honour and he was the Grand Marshall. On behalf of our Parish Community of St. Mark’s by-the-Lake, tonight I… Read More

Join us as we Celebrate the life of Ray Hinton

Who forces time is pushed back by time; who yields to time finds time on his side.  ~The Talmud Yesterday, and today have swept by as if they were leaves dancing in today’s wind. The expressions of shock… Read More

Rest in peace – Ray Hinton

With a heavy heart today I said farewell to a dedicated churchman and servant of Christ.  Ray Hinton died suddenly and unexpectedly today of natural causes. Ray was 75. Funeral details are pending and I will update as… Read More


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