“We must love them, do good to them, and pray for them”: Canadian Baptists in Russia and Russian Baptists in Canada in the 1960s

By Karl Armstrong1

Fifty-nine years ago this past September, Christian leaders in the Soviet Union invited two key Canadian Baptists leaders to visit them for a series of special, celebratory services. Continue reading

“God Send England the Strong Right Arm”: McMaster University in WWI, part 2

By Adam Rudy

Despite the hellishness of the war, the students and faculty of McMaster University proved themselves to be profoundly loyal to the Empire’s cause. Continue reading

“Wedding Cake Church”: St. Andrews Baptist Church

By Taylor Murray

Nestled in the sea-side town of St. Andrews, New Brunswick is perhaps one of the most interesting churches in Atlantic Canada. Continue reading

“A Feast of Fat Things”: The 1928 BWA World Congress in Toronto, 90 Years in Retrospect

By Karl Armstrong

This summer (June 23 to 29) marks the 90th anniversary of the Baptist World Alliance (BWA) congress that was held at Exhibition Park in Toronto, Canada.  Continue reading

The Crown: Baptists and the Coronation of Elizabeth II

By Gordon L. Heath

Viewers of the Netflix series The Crown are familiar with the early years of the reign of Queen Elizabeth, especially the tradition and pageantry surrounding her coronation in Westminster Abbey on 2 June 1953.1 Continue reading