EfM Offers Sustenance For the Journey

Vivian Lewin grew up in Pennsylvania. She came to Montreal in 1971 and soon became a member of Christ Church Cathedral, where she joined the Chancel Guild. She taught quilting at the Visual Arts Centre, worked as a writer and editor in the non-profit sector, and studied creative writing mid-career. Beginning in 2001 she trained…

A Bad Idea!

Mr Benjamin Stuchbery is an undergraduate student in Religious Studies at McGill University. He was born in Montreal and raised in British Columbia in the towns of Squamish and Penticton. His two passions in life are music and theology. His work in theology informs such diverse pursuits as participating in the life of Christ Church…

Benjamin Stuchbery

My name is Benjamin Stuchbery. I was born in Montreal but grew up in British Columbia living in such diverse places as Vancouver, Squamish and Penticton! I was raised in the Anglican Church – my father being an Anglican priest – and that much about me has not changed much! The past two years I…

Faith Seeking Understanding

Ms. Haley Dinel is currently studying for a taught M.Phil. in Intercultural Theology and Interreligious Studies in the Irish School of Ecumenics at Trinity College Dublin. During her studies at McGill in the B.Th. she got to know the students and staff at the college. Her deepest connection came as an intern in the summer…

Teaching and the Priesthood: Not So Different

The Rev. Dr. Donald Boisvert was born in the U.S. of French Canadian parents, but has lived in Canada since the late ’60s. In his youth, he spent several years studying for the Roman Catholic priesthood. Much later, Donald turned to the Anglican church as a way of living out his faith with integrity as a Christian…

Life in Community

Cate Anthony is currently in the final stages of a Bachelor of Theology degree through the Faculty of Religious Studies at McGill University. Cate has been a highly involved associate of MDTC over the past four years, not least of all through participation in community events and retreats, and the leading of the Daily Office….