6 episodes

Created by New Westminster, British Columbia ministers as an ecumenical initiative in Biblical Theology for Advent 2022. Join pastors from the Roman Catholic, Anglican, Presbyterian and United churches as we journey through the beauty of the Advent season.

Advent 2022: The World Turns‪.‬ New Westminster Ministerial Group

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Created by New Westminster, British Columbia ministers as an ecumenical initiative in Biblical Theology for Advent 2022. Join pastors from the Roman Catholic, Anglican, Presbyterian and United churches as we journey through the beauty of the Advent season.

    A Righteous Branch, A Promise Kept: Jeremiah 33:14-16

    A Righteous Branch, A Promise Kept: Jeremiah 33:14-16

    The Reverend Laurie McKay is a pastor of Trinity Church and Director of Don't go Hungry, a weekly food distribution justice initiative that feeds over 1300 of our friends and neighbours.
    Visit: DontGoHungry.Ca

    • 7 min
    John the Baptist: Matthew 3:1-12

    John the Baptist: Matthew 3:1-12

    Vicar: The Venerable Richard Leggett
    I come to Holy Trinity Cathedral as Vicar from a diverse background in ministry. I have been a member of a diocesan staff, a curate in a large urban parish, the priest in charge of a small-town congregation, the coordinator of youth and adult education for a cathedral, a professor at Vancouver School of Theology, a member of the staff of the Anglican Church of Canada and the rector of a parish in Vancouver.
    I am excited to be Vicar of Holy Trinity Cathedral. We are pioneering a course that will help other congregations face the challenges of Christian ministry and discipleship in the twenty-first century. God has given us an opportunity to do justice, to love mercy and to walk humbly with our God in the centre of New Westminster. Whether our neighbours know it or not, they need us to be leaven in the loaf of this downtown community. And with God’s grace we shall do just that.
    In addition to Holy Trinity Cathedral’s media and digital presence, you can visit my blog, my Facebook page or my Twitter feed.

    • 14 min
    The Magnificat: The Song of Mary

    The Magnificat: The Song of Mary

    Carole has been active in both parish and diocesan life for many years. A graduate in Education from UBC, she has used her training in public schools, university, and especially in Christian Education and other programs in the church. Working with people of all ages has enabled her to experience the wonders of ministry in our Lord’s name.
    Carole has been a leader in several areas in the diocese: Chair of the Program Committee and Evangelism Unit. She served on the Christian Education and Administration and Finance committees. She was also Chair and President of the Board of Directors at Camp Artaban. Nationally, she served a term on the Anglican Journal Board of Advisors., and attended a Conference for women in Winnipeg.
    Carole served as Pastoral Associate at St. Christopher’s for over twenty years. Her ministry included inter-generational programs such as Christian Education, organizing parish events and worship services, Baptism and Confirmation preparation, and organizing youth activities such as The Duke of Edinburgh Award program. At present she is one of the co-ordinators of the Breakfast Club at Holy Trinity Cathedral, and assisting with coaching long-distance and cross-country runners at St. Thomas More Collegiate in Burnaby.
     

    • 5 min
    Jesus: Luke 21:25-26

    Jesus: Luke 21:25-26

    Join Catholic Priest, and educator Father Nick Meisl as he reveals to us the mystery of Jesus during this Advent Season through the lens of Luke 21:25-26.
    Father Nick Meisl is the pastor of St. Peters Catholtic Parish stpeterscatholicparish.com and an educator at St. Marks College in Vancouver.
    Fr. Leon Fouquet OMI the founder of the Parish and a Professor of Theology arrived in 1860 and after two months of searching in the Fraser Valley and the Okanagan chose New Westminster for a site for a new mission, with Hope as an outpost. In 1934, after the old church on Blackwood Street was badly damaged by a gale in October, St. Patrick Hall (later Dontenwill Hall) was used as a church. The first Mass was celebrated in the new church on 4th Street and Royal Avenue on Palm Sunday April 2nd 1939. Since the arrival in 1860 of Fr. Fouquet, many Oblate priests and brothers have faithfully served the parish as pastors, chaplains, teachers, counsellors, sacristans, builders, plumbers, bookkeepers, cooks and gardeners.We remain today under the spiritual direction of the Oblates of Mary Immaculate.

    • 8 min
    The Fig Tree

    The Fig Tree

    Join Rev. Martha Cameron, Deacon of St. Barnabas Anglican church as she takes us through the 2nd week of Advent and the journey of the Fig.

    • 5 min
    Episode One: Sing aloud, O' daughter of Zion, shout, O Israel!

    Episode One: Sing aloud, O' daughter of Zion, shout, O Israel!

    Pastor and Biblical scholar of the Hebrew Bible, the Rev. Dr. Patricia Dutcher-Walls, takes us through the biblical journey of Zephaniah 3:14-20.

    • 14 min

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