A few years ago I found myself in the throes of a mid-life crisis combined with the effects of burnout — mental, physical, and spiritual exhaustion. In the years prior, I had completed a Doctor of Ministry degree while working full-time in a demanding and under-resourced ministry setting.
During this time I felt drawn by the Spirit into a reconsideration of my faith. I was looking for something more, something stronger, something deeper. I wanted a fuller, more challenging, more disciplined experience of church.
It’s not that I was looking for a better church; it’s that I was seeking a church community that was better at some of the things I had come to see as central to my faith. Continue reading →
Last Sunday, at the ordination service, Chris began his sermon by saying it was a tradition on Trinity Sunday to have the curate preach, because preaching on Trinity Sunday was such a minefield of potential heresies. At the time I …Continue reading →
Diocese of Kootenay The Anglican Church of Canada God willing and the people consenting The Rt. Rev. Lynne McNaughton Bishop of Kootenay Will ordain Jeffrey Allan Seaton To the Sacred Order of Deacons in Christ’s holy catholic Church On Holy …Continue reading →
On a recent Sunday I became an Anglican. This news will come as a shock to some of you, while others of you will be less surprised. For me this moment comes as a culmination of a long and arduous …Continue reading →