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    New Interim Executive Director Appointed to Ethics Centre

    Colonel Eleanor Shepherd to replace Ethics Centre founder Dr. James Read, who retires on October 1.

    Territorial News
    Colonel Eleanor Shepherd has been appointed as the interim executive director of the Ethics Centre of the Canada and Bermuda Territory, effective October 1, 2021. She succeeds Dr. James Read, who will retire after serving since 1994 as the founder and executive director of The Salvation Army Ethics Centre. Based in Winnipeg, the Ethics Centre

    Let’s Talk

    A new resource will help Salvationists engage difficult topics in ways that bring us together.

    New resource available to help Salvationists have difficult conversations.


    Artwork by Michelle Stoney now on display at The Salvation Army Ethics Centre.

    "...a great visual for this amazing little word and what it means. I think of the mountains people conquer on the journey but also the beauty that can be found in and on that same mountain" - Lt. Colonel Lynn Armstrong

    2020 Territorial Values Survey Results

    As an officer or employee of The Salvation Army in Canada & Bermuda, you were invited to participate in the Territorial Values Survey earlier this year. We’re pleased to report that there were 1418 respondents to the survey – thank you!

    Truth Be Told

    Reckoning with the fall of a hero.

    Dr. James Read, director of The Salvation Army Ethics Centre in Winnipeg, and Dr. Aimee Patterson, a Christian ethics consultant at the Ethics Centre, reflect on recent, troubling news about Jean Vanier, the founder of L’Arche.

    In the Valley

    Learning to suffer with each other.

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    Compassion means being present with the person and grieving with them as they grieve. Lament is prayer to God uttered out of the sorrow, confusion, even anger felt in suffering.