Q&A with The Rev. Richard Bruyere(Diocese of Keewatin) CNC: Tell me the name of your community. RB: Sagkeeng First Nation. It’s near Pine Falls, on the mouth of the Winnipeg River. And Sagkeeng means “mouth of the river”—where the river runs into the lake. CNC: And tell me about the community you minister to there. … Continued
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Members of the Council of General Synod (CoGS) gathered together online on February 20, 2021 at 11 a.m. EST via Zoom conference.
For more than a century the people of Mayo, Yukon have beautified their church with furnishings that reflect their love for the Creator and for the land, as well as their amazing talent as beaders and crafters. This tradition came to life in 2019-2020 when members of the parish of St. Mary with St. Mark … Continued
2020 is finally past us. We pray 2021 will be a more gracious year. Though, understandably, there is some hesitancy.
The CLAY National Planning Committee has been hard at work developing a one-of-a-kind online CLAY experience and we have some important updates to share with you.
What follows is an ecumenical letter from KAIROS, the United Church of Canada, and the Anglican Church of Canada—signed by Archbishops Linda Nicholls and Mark MacDonald—to the Federal Government concerning the deteriorating human rights situation in the Philippines: This letter in PDF format Dear Minister Garneau, KAIROS unites ten Canadian churches and religious organizations, including … Continued
Dear friends in faith and siblings in humanity, As leaders of Canadian churches in ‘full communion’, we wish to encourage your observance of the United Nations World Interfaith Harmony Week (WIHW) from February 1-7, 2021. Begun in 2010, the annual WIHW has today become a preeminent opportunity for raising up the imperative of dialogue between … Continued
Watch the annual joint Christmas message from The Most Rev. Linda Nicholls, Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, and the Rev. Susan Johnson, National Bishop, Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada.
On this day five years ago the full and final report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission was released. It was the culmination of seven years of listening to the painful truths about the system of residential schools for Indigenous children
General Synod has worked with Anglican cathedrals across Canada to offer a special, national service of Lessons and Carols this Advent season.