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Jennifer Neutel

Freelance Journalist and Development Manager at Christian Courier.

Articles by Jennifer Neutel
  • #114: Getting Relations Right

    Jennifer Neutel

    Formed in the fall of 2015, the Right Relations Circle developed out of an energy in Calgary's Hillhurst United Church congregation for reconciliation and gathering. Spirituality, learning, awareness and co-participation are among the group’s tenets.

  • #111: Refuge of Hope

    Jennifer Neutel

    Jodi Lammiman and Amy Spark co-created Calgary-based Refugia Retreats in August 2016, forming a space that combines environmental concerns, spirituality and self-discovery. 

  • #109: Blanket the Land

    Jennifer Neutel

    Churchgoers at Calgary’s Hillhurst United Church experienced a different kind of service recently when they participated in the Blanket Exercise — a teaching tool that shares the historic and contemporary relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples in Canada.

  • #99: Prayer Houses

    Jennifer Neutel

    Calgary’s interfaith community hosted Habitat for Humanity build days during UN World Interfaith Harmony Week in early February. Pictured: a clergy build day last August in Calgary.

  • #94: The Silent Fall into Love

    Jennifer Neutel

    A group of multifaith Calgarians meets every week for a contemplative service. Together they focus on experience rather than language or doctrine, and experience the peace and rest that silence offers.    

  • Building Faith in Calgary

    Jennifer Neutel

    Interfaith Harmony Week in Calgary this year will go beyond encouraging different traditions to live together. One of its featured events will explore how different faiths can live under the same roof.

  • Harmony in Halifax

    Jennifer Neutel

    As we begin World Interfaith Harmony Week 2017, Jennifer Neutel shares how Halifax has become a model of religious diversity and openness.

  • #91: Harmony in Halifax

    Jennifer Neutel

    As we begin World Interfaith Harmony Week 2017, Jennifer Neutel shares how Halifax has become a model of religious diversity and openness.  

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