Looking for summer reading or listening ideas? We have suggestions from the Anglican church of Canada. Click here to read the newsletter

Do you have an interest in running the show? We’re looking for a tech-savvy team-player to help run the production of our weekly, live, online/hybrid service. Deadline has been extended to July 22, 2021. Click here to read the full job description.

Many of us are struggling to find ways to support Indigenous peoples, as we try to take a step closer to truth and reconciliation. Our social justice team has line up a few resources to help and we’ve included them in this week’s newsletter Click here to read the newsletter

It’s summertime! Read the weekly newsletter to find out what that means here at Incarnation. Click here to read.

June is Indigenous Peoples Month. It’s time to put pressure on the federal government to ensure Bill C15 is passed…the bill seeks to implement the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples {UNDRIP}. The full version of United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples can be found here. Here is the…

On Trinity Sunday we continue our exploration of Indigenous rights and request you sign the petition supporting the United Nations Declaration of Indigenous Rights. Click here to read the full newsletter

June is Pride Month in Canada. Early June typically kicks off the Pride season of festivals and celebrations from coast to coast to coast that run until the end of August. Here are a few local links: Pride Toronto Positive Space Network of Halton Find more news updates by clicking here.

Few people are in greater need of human rights protection than Indigenous peoples. Globally, about 370 million Indigenous people face widespread systemic discrimination, impoverishment, ill health, and dispossession of their lands and resources. Although governments have a duty and responsibility to ensure the welfare and safety of all their citizens, Indigenous peoples are often subject…

Join us for an evening of stories on Thursday, June 17, and learn what “Incarnation is”. More details and other news can be found in the weekly newsletter by clicking here.

This Sunday is the feast of Pentecost, that glorious final day of the season of resurrection. The apostles were together experiencing bewilderment over how to move forward when the Holy Spirit flows among them and breathes courage into their hearts. Click here to read the Pentecost Sunday newsletter

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