Happy September and welcome back to school! I hope everyone’s had a great summer. I am truly excited this fall to start the school year with an amazing team! Edna Bovas, brilliant theologian, artist and worship leader, will be joining
Appeal for flood aid from SCM India
An appeal from the World Student Christian Federation: Dear WSCF Members and Friends, We come to you at this time of great need for your prayers and help in providing relief and rebuilding the lives of the flood victims in Kerala, India.
New SCM Canada Buttons!
“Is that Jesus with the Trans Pride Flag? We should be friends” – coffee shop worker to their SCM colleague. One of the easiest ways to boost the profile of the SCM is through the creative and humourous aesthetic of
Cahoots Festival Dates, Theme, and Tickets!
It’s time for Cahoots! – get tickets here As spring creeps closer, we start to think about our favourite gathering in the year, the Cahoots festival, where we gather as a community of Jesus-focused seekers oriented towards justice with a
April 22 Easter Retreat
Did you know that Easter is a season of 50 days – that’s longer than Lent! But when was the last time you took part in an Easter retreat? Student Christian Movement and Faith Connections are teaming up again to
WICC supports Cahoots
For the third year in a row, the Student Christian Movement helped to host the Cahoots festival – a gathering of faith, justice and do-it-yourself culture for artists, activists and allies. We are proud to name the Women’s Inter-Church Council
New Eco-Justice Resource!
Eco Justice Resource WSCF has published a compilation of student essays and prayers entitled Towards a Global, Christian Movement for Eco-Justice. The book highlights the interconnectedness of ecological justice and human rights, as environmental destruction is often most devastating to
Petition Delivery to Queen’s Park
On Thursday, July 7, 2016, SCM joined a contingent walking 1700 steps to Queen’s Park to present a 35,000 signature petition. In solidarity with the Free Grassy campaign, the petitions call for Premier Wynne to commit to cleaning up the