Freedom Sunday, held on February 23 this year, is the closest Sunday to this national observance and offers churches a direct opportunity to pray, worship and take action in addressing the crime of human trafficking.
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For more than 25 years, the Anglican Healing Fund has financially supported local, community-led healing projects. Apply to the next round of grants today.
We as Indigenous and non-Indigenous Anglicans once again raise our voices to express our disappointment, distress and ongoing concern regarding events on the unceded (non-treaty) territories of the Wet’suwet’en First Nations.
I write today to urge Canada to maintain a principled policy position in accordance with international law, and to strongly, publicly oppose President Trump’s “Peace for Prosperity” plan for Israel and Palestine announced January 28th, 2020.
Members of the Canadian ecumenical community, including the Anglican Church of Canada condemn, in the strongest terms, the attack of paramilitary group Alamara on the United Church of Christ in the Philippines-Haran (UCCP-Haran) evacuation centre in Davao City, Mindanao, the Philippines on January 25, 2020.
In January 2020, the Primates of the Anglican communion gathered in Amman, Jordan for a meeting grounded in prayer, in the sacrament of the Eucharist and in sharing through Bible study the treasures of God’s word. Photos below include those taken at: a pilgrimage to the site of Jesus’ baptism at the Jordan, including an … Continued
At the recent Electoral Assembly for the Territory of the People, the Ven. Lincoln Mckoen was elected as the first Bishop of the Territory of the People.
Join Primate Linda Nicholls, National Bishop for the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada Susan Johnson and Professor of Islamic Studies and interfaith activist Dr. Ingrid Mattson for an evening of Christian-Muslim friendship and learning.
The Rev. Norman Casey “will be remembered as one of the most kind and winsome of people that one has ever met,” National Indigenous Archbishop Mark MacDonald told the Anglican Journal. “He made every single person he encountered feel important and special.”
Canadian Anglicans may not all share the same views on medically assisted dying, but we do share concerns to protect the most vulnerable in our midst.
The following Communiqué was issued from the January 2020 Primates Meeting, held in Jordan.
We especially pray for the Iranian community across Canada, from among whom came many of those who died.
May the peace of God which passes all understanding hold our hearts and may the light of Christ shine in the darkness of grief reminding us of God’s presence in our midst.
After a Canada-wide nomination process, delegates have been selected to represent the Anglican Church of Canada at the 2021 World Council of Churches General Assembly.
In the early years of my ministry I received a profound lesson in understanding Christian identity.
Newly released statistics about membership in the Anglican Church of Canada—like that of other national religious organizations—confirm that the church has experienced continuous decline in its membership base since the early 1960s in spite of strategies for growth and engagement.