Most of us at Shalem do not pretend to understand the profound pain and trauma that our Black brothers and sisters experience continually as a result of systemic racism, both today and for decades and centuries. At Shalem, we commit unwaveringly to honour the lives of George Floyd and so
Stephen Doucet Campbell, a psychotherapist at Shalem, participated in a podcast hosted by the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada. Stephen speaks about the impacts on us all as we navigate the changes that COVID-19 has brought into our homes. Listen to Stephen as he offers comfort, tips and hope during this
Anne Martin, Director of Restorative Practices, facilitated a training in Grand Rapids, Michigan. After Days 1 and 2, a participant prepared a meaningful reflection on what they learned and how it introduced the group to a new language and a new way of being together. As we sat together in
At Shalem, we come alongside people who have been or are passing through “the valley of the shadow of death”. Shalem’s ministry— discerning the voice of the Good Shepherd in our dark valleys is growing. We need your ongoing partnership to help make it happen. Read more in our annual
Take a look at this recent video aired on Cable 14 about RE-create. Hear from our Studio Coordinator and Grey, a youth artist about open studio time!
RE-create Outreach Art Studio was featured in The Muse Magazine. The Muse interviewed our Studio Coordinator, Emma Silverthorne. Emma describes what makes RE-create unique in the City of Hamilton, also about how RE-create facilities social change by empowering street involved youth. You can view the article here.