21 results for tag: United Church of Canada

Angry Jesus, Imperialism & Institutional Church

Episode 6: Jesus is super angry at the religious establishment. Lots of people are (rightly) super angry at the Church. Music by Ainsley McNeaney and Melanie Frade. Words by Kahlil Giban.

To Wear the Crown of Peace: We’ve All Been Told a Lie

Episode 5: Exploring Lent through the songs of Gordon Lightfoot. Jesus says he's gonna die and Peter is upset. The myth (lie, really) of redemptive violence. Music by Ainsley McNeaney.

Never Again: A Change of Many Hearts

Episode 4: God gets violent but then has a change of heart, Michael Coren thinks about Jesus and then has a change of heart, Bri-anne climbs off her soap box (at least for a little while). Music by Jake Tavill / Ainsley McNeaney.

It is Good For Us to Be Here

Things got crazy...LET'S BUILD SOMETHING! Bri-anne gives birth. The real work is in the grind. Featured Musicians = The Killer Queens and Wool & Howl. Poetry by Star Blossom Goddess

What Have You to Do With Us?: Demons and Authority

"Shut up and get out". Demons in literature and popular culture. Having authority vs. being an authority. Featured Musicians = Belle of the Fall and Arbirk.

Can Anything Good Come from that S#*!hole Nazareth?

The first episode of our new podcast! John 1:43-51 (Philip finds Nathanael). Featured Musicians = Ramona Rox and Civil Wray.

A Response to “The Nashville Statement”

On August 29th, The Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood released "The Nashville Statement" - a manifesto written by a coalition of conservative evangelical leaders. Living Presence Ministry does not agree with their statements.

Welcome! with Barry “Bazza” Hayward

Lots of noise was made indoors with our drumming circle and we also shared our music with a walk to the front of the church to entertain the cars passing by.

Life in Boxes

Seeking to simultaneously hold the excitement of a new journey is compatible with feeling sadness and grief over what was left behind.

A Reflection on Canada 150 – Part 1: Don’t Drink the Water

How is it that we can live in an area — in a country — where one group of people is so highly prioritized over another?