Click the link below to listen to a live streaming of the Rev. Clarence Li's sermon preached on the Fourth Sunday of Easter, April 22, 2018:
Mary Reynolds, Chelsea Flower Show Application, November 2001:
People travel the world over to visit untouched places of natural beauty, yet modern gardens pay little heed to the simplicity and beauty of these environments… those special places we all must preserve and protect, each in his own way, before they are lost forever.
Rev. Emilie Smith’s statement as she was being arrested for violating court injunction:
“We stand with the Tsleil-Waututh. We stand with the land. We stand with the First Nations peoples who have been so harmed by colonialism, by the Church and by the state. It’s time for us to stand and to say no more. Nor more violent degradation of the earth. Time to say yes to Reconciliation, true reconciliation with our beloved brothers and sisters of this land."