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FIRE HYMNTEXT expresses hope and anxiety

Photo Credit: Chris Harris Photography A new hymntext FLAMES OF DANGER, THREAT’NING, HOV’RING written by the Very Rev. Ken Gray, Dean of St. Paul's Cathedral, Kamloops BC, Canada captures the anxiety, power, and... Read More



Like many in our Territory, I watch daily for news of the wildfire situation within our Territory.  Last night, news of a new out-of-control fire near Monte Lake caught us all off guard, once again highlighting to... Read More


NEWS from 100 Mile House

A message from the the Revs Keith and Kristen Dobyns Ministry Developers and Rectors of St. Timothy’s 100 Mile House and St. Peter’s, Williams Lake NOTE: Folks at 100 Mile House are settling back in; Folks in... Read More

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Office Coordinator/Administrative Assistant Needed!

The Territory of the People Office is currently looking to fill the part-time position of Office Coordinator/ Administrative Assistant. The office is located in beautiful downtown Kamloops, BC. Applicants should... Read More

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VERY SPECIAL WEDDING at Grace Church, Prince George

A wedding day is one of the most special days, a dream come true for many brides-to-be. For Caitlynn Mores, July 29 was to have been her special day to remember, the day she was to marry the love of her life. But... Read More


From Death to Resurrection

  The large cross in the centre of the Ashcroft Reserve cemetery survived, a little blackened and dirty but still standing proud. One woman I spoke with this morning said that the image uplifts her spirits as she... Read More


PRIMATES FUND responds to BC fires

PWRDF is sending an initial grant of $5,000 to the Territory of the People to support their ongoing immediate relief efforts. These funds, along with $5,000 approved from the Diocese, will augment ongoing relief... Read More



With thanks to Sue Careless writing for the LIVIGN CHURCH Although it is still early in the wildfire season, nearly 46,000 Canadians have been displaced from communities across the central interior of British... Read More



A summary of events and activity from the front line in Ashcroft, by Pastoral Elder, the Rev. Jim White Friday, July 7 dawned with a brilliant blue sky and a stiff wind coming from the south. Late in the morning I... Read More


Rain welcomed in Cariboo wildfire fight

  Any rain dances people have been doing since wildfires broke out in the Cariboo region are finally bearing fruit. Precipitation began falling in some areas Wednesday and is continuing Thursday. It's raining... Read More