In response to the failure of the Anglican Church of Canada General Synod vote to amend the marriage canon to explicitly include same-sex marriage (July 12, 2019) I started a pastoral response to Salal+Cedar.Read More
To celebrate Earth Day 2019, the Wild Church Network has published a booklet featuring 21 wild churches across Turtle Island. Have a look for yourself here.
The Tegan and Sara Foundation has gifted us with some money toward Sacred Earth 2019, saying, “The Board was incredibly moved by…Read More
Do you know a young person aged 13 to 25 who wants to grow their capacity for ecological justice in a fun and supportive environment? Applications are open now.
For the application form, click here.
For more information on Sacred Earth, click here.
Our time is full over the next few weeks. Have a look at our calendar update and make plans to join us!…Read More
Here’s our Spring newsletter. You’ll see that there’s a lot going on. We made a commitment to experiment with more frequent…Read More
Here’s our January newsletter! It’s been a quieter month, with plans to reflect more together as a community over the next…Read More
Rose Marie Berger wrote a short piece about our resistance to the TransMountain expansion entitled “Because of my chains.”
With a grant from the Habitat Conservation Trust Foundation, Salal + Cedar has been working with St. Clement parish to improve…Read More
Check out our winter season news, and please participate in our work by contributing to our year-end fundraising campaign. We do…Read More
Limited places are still available for Sacred Earth Camp, which begins July 29. Check our newsletter for details of this and…Read More
June sees the continuance of our work in court support and presence at the grassroots resistance site Camp Cloud. We engage…Read More