Je Me Souviens Written on October 19, 2007, by .

We had 4 interviews slated for Montreal, but unfortunately due to circumstances outside our control, we were unable to meet with David Brazzeal from Curieux. We will, however, catch up with him sometime next month. Nevertheless, here’s who we did meet up with, each lending another view of what’s happening in Canada: The Open Door […]

From the Nation's Capital Written on October 18, 2007, by .

The Glebe community is a former blue collar neighbourhood turned trendy district. The average house price has gone from $150k to $600k in just over a decade, and the complexion of the community has completely changed. A block from the main drag dwells the Ecclesiax community in a building they inherited from a congregation that […]

And the One became Two Written on October 18, 2007, by .

Kingston is leading by example – A church plant, planted a church. We spent the day uncovering the story behind Next & Rustle. Here’s a snippet of what we discovered… Next Next was one of the first ‘new forms’ on the block. Spirited yet uncouth, they came onto the scene in 1998 by the original […]

k/w Written on October 16, 2007, by .

Nathan and I left Sarnia this morning and met up with Jared in Kitchener at noon. We should have been in Hamilton last night at the FRWY and Pernell should have been with us this week, but unfortunately he was no longer able to be with us this time out. You can read the details […]

Community Reloaded Written on October 12, 2007, by .

This past Tuesday, flying solo, I had the chance to meet up with Greg Paul author of God in the Alley and founder/director/pastor of Sanctuary in Toronto. Though located between Jarvis and Bay, mere blocks from the Eaton Center and Toronto’s financial district, effectively, Sanctuary is in the middle of nowhere. Nestled beneath the shadow […]