As groups of friends and families across Ontario are gathering to study the recent guidance of the Universal House of Justice, they are noting the
Amidst an ongoing pandemic and what often feels like the rising tide of a sea of uncertainties, one constant remains: a growing longing for joy,
The friends in Nipissing-Tamiskaming not only increased the number of core activities but are rooting certain processes in the community.
Written by Maryam Ahrari, Emily Glabush & Núr Elmasri Summer has come and gone in a flurry, and we are not only reflecting on our
Contributed by Anis Alkhushi “…much depends on the ability of the institutions to draw on help from friends in other clusters, reinforcing the actions of
Written by Carmelia Taheri & Emma Persaud Stepping into London’s Kipps Lane neighbourhood in the evenings, any onlooker can see youth coaching volleyball, children running
Written by: Rebecca Hamilton-Bachiu & Chandyn Bachiu The team in the Sudbury-Manitoulin Cluster entered the summer of 2020 with audacious goals to advance the community
The Tremblay-Savoie family lives on their farm, Nature’s Acres Homestead in Martintown, Ontario, in the Cornwall cluster. Alex and Zac, both participants in a junior
Bringing our Questions to Families: Collective problem-solving around Children’s Classes and Junior Youth Groups
In both the Springdale neighbourhood of Brampton and the St. James Town neighbourhood of Toronto, youth from the local population who have graduated from children’s
In Springdale, a neighbourhood in Brampton, the community of friends serving and praying together has grown significantly and stirrings of social action have become apparent.
In early November 2020, through support from the region, the friends in Sudbury were able to lease a neighbourhood centre, at the exact midpoint between
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