God is with us through the worst the world can throw

Easter has come and gone, but lives on in the life of every Christian, a fact we celebrate every time we gather for worship on a Sunday. This year, with floods, pestilence and war dominating our consciousness, we need the power of Easter more than ever. 

Love has a voice, a name and a time frame

Easter is that time of the year when the most offensive and most attractive aspects of the Christian faith find a moment of display. It’s when we look death in the face and say, “Stuff you.” 

Anglicans rejoice in a normal Easter

Anglicans are preparing to enjoy their first “normal” Easter services in three years following COVID-driven service cancellations 2020 and attendance caps, masks and check-in procedures in 2021.