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About Elizabeth Millar

Elizabeth is spending her life practising the art of noticing and making love and beauty - food, fabric, wool and words are her favourites right now. Making things has captured her attention and time since she was a little girl. Inspiration comes from literature and history, hiking the Bruce Trail, tending to her circle of love at home and finding unexpected beauty and grace.

Beautiful and terrible things will happen:  Don’t be afraid

The grace of God means something like: Here is your life. You might never have been, but you are because the party wouldn't have been complete without you. Here is the world. Beautiful and terrible things will happen. Don't be afraid. I am with you. - Frederick Buechner This weekend is my family’s big get-together and campout weekend. My 6 siblings and all their kids - even a few super cute babies - are together for

Pastoral Prayer – October 19th, 2014

God of all the Earth, You are our Creator. You are the mastermind behind the sun and the Earth and the way we are tilted just a bit to produce this beautiful cycle of warmth and cool, of green and red and orange. We drive up Dundas Street and see the fall colours splashed across the Giant’s Rib, our Niagara Escarpment, like a large scale Impressionist painting. And it stuns us.  Where does this palette

Sustenance and Intimacy – Shrouded in Mystery

What if we thought of the Eucharist as the Table? The place where we were fed. Real sustenance. The stuff that gives us life and strength and nourishes us. The sort of food that sticks to our ribs and erases sallowness and eases our emaciation. The sit-down-and-feast sort of Table. Because we know we need it. That without it, we would starve. And die.   What if we thought of the Eucharist as a meal

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