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Mothering Sunday – The Mothers’ Union



Mothering Sunday – The Mothers’ Union

Who is the Mothers’ Union? Mothers’ Union has over 4 million members world-wide spread across 84 countries. Members work together to solve challenges in their local communities. By helping to restore and strengthen relationships in families and communities, Mothers’ Union gives a sense of belonging and acceptance to the stigmatized and vulnerable. Visit the worldwide […]

Resource for Families and Children



Resource for Families and Children

Washington National Cathedral in the United States has assembled an educational resource for Lent and Easter, filled with family-friendly resources to celebrate the seasons. It answers some commonly asked questions, and includes prayers and activities to explore the stories and traditions that bind us together. Download the booklet  

Marvellous Macey – Caitlin Bangsund



Marvellous Macey – Caitlin Bangsund

The Delightful Days … From the review on A Mama’s Corner of the World – Marvellous Macey spotlight – Can you va va voom? Do you light up the room? Marvellous Macey does! She may not quite fit the mould, but she is living delightful days. Embrace Macey’s world of imagination and ability to love […]

World Day of Prayer Video



World Day of Prayer Video

A World Day of Prayer video has been created to view at home and with small groups. It is based on the worship bulletin prepared by the women of Vanuatu and edited by the Women’s Inter-Church Council of Canada. The one-hour video features a dance performed on the shores of New Brunswick, reflecting the theme […]

Local resource on Mothers’ Union website



Local resource on Mothers’ Union website

Cathedral Mothers’ Union member Susan Watson has created a 5 day devotional which acknowledges the struggles of the past months and the hope of God’s plan for us. This wonderful resource, available on the worldwide Mothers’ Union website, also includes space for you to observe gratitude daily. Visit Mothers’ Union Resources and scroll down to […]

I’m told I can’t sing



I’m told I can’t sing

For many of us one of the significant losses during necessary safety restrictions during the current pandemic is singing. At the Cathedral, we’re fortunate that we’ve been able to strike a safe balance so as to have music continue to be a part of worship even though we’ve not been singing as congregations since last […]