Canada’s fight for civil rights came to Chatham


Church promotes social justice for two centuries

A year-long research project focusing on Christ Church and its two centuries of social justice efforts wrapped up on Saturday. A panel discussion took place at the WISH Centre, with Senator Wanda Thomas Bernard, a former social worker and educator, serving as moderator and keynote speaker.

Anglicans set to mark 200 years in Chatham

For the past two centuries, the Anglican presence has served as a spiritual beacon for Chatham and surrounding areas. This weekend, the history of that presence will be recognized at Christ Church, with several services planned to commemorate the occasion. Rev.

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Research partnership explores the past to focus on the future

In November 2018, Christ Church in Chatham partnered with researchers from Huron University College on a joint project commemorating 200 years of the Anglican church’s presence in the Chatham-Kent area. The project, “Finding Christ Church: Social Justice in history, memory, and contemporary practice, 1819-2019,” was led by Drs.