Growing Together

What is Growing Together?

Growing Together (GT) is a series of articles produced by the Prairie Centre for Ecumenism (PCE) that explores an ecumenical topic from a variety of viewpoints. We are fortunate to have a talented group of writers who volunteer their insights and time for this publication.  Published annually since 1985, GT normally consists of a set of 4 or 5 articles per  publication.

GT is a free resource from the Prairie Centre for Ecumenism and can be copied and distributed for insertion into church bulletins, used by study groups, or personally.  On this page you will find issues of GT dating back to 2010.  For issues dating back to 1993, contact the PCE office at 306.653.1633 or  

How do we choose our Growing Together topics?

Generally, the team attempts to pick topics that will have a wide interest in Canadian churches and beyond. In the past, we have examined topics such as: theological dialogues, social justice, major ecumenical events, environment & ethics, gender, language & sexuality issues, world conferences, inter-religious dialogue, reading & interpreting the Bible, and other topics of ecumenical importance. 

 

Growing Together issues
Back issues are only available online from 2010 to present
ISSN: 1920-8677 (online) & 1481-9465 (print, discontinued)

29th writing team: Rev. Paul Matheson (Baptist), Gertrude Rompre (Roman Catholic), Ole Shenk (Lutheran), and Rev. Michael Webster (United Church). Our editor is Frank Roy.
28th writing team: Rev. Dr. Jan Bigland-Pritchard (Anglican), Rev. Paul Matheson (Baptist), Vern Ratzlaff (Mennonite), Frank Roy (Roman Catholic), and Rev. Michael Webster (United Church). Our editor is Frank Roy.
27th writing team: Rev. Dr. Jan Bigland-Pritchard (Anglican), Rev. Paul Matheson (Baptist), Leah Perrault (Roman Catholic), Vern Ratzlaff (Mennonite), and Rev. Michael Webster (United Church). Our editor is Frank Roy.
26th writing team: Rev. Dr. Jan Bigland-Pritchard (Anglican), Alison Jantz (Mennonite), Frank Roy (Roman Catholic), and Rev. Michael Webster (United Church). Frank Roy also serves as our editor.