Primate reflects on 2nd anniversary of war in Ukraine

February 24 will mark the second anniversary of the Russian invasion of Ukraine and the start of the war. In the past twenty-four months, the Ukrainian people have faced the destruction of their cities and towns, and they have mounted spirited resistance. Many have had to flee Ukraine to find safety in neighbouring countries and … Continued

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A prayer for King Charles III

On February 5, Buckingham Palace announced that King Charles III is currently undergoing treatment for a recently discovered cancer. We join our prayers with those around the world for his recovery and well-being.

Save the date for National Worship Conference, July 18-21

All Anglicans are invited to the National Worship Conference in Regina, Saskatchewan, July 18-21, 2024. With a theme of The Stones Cry Out: Praying with the Land, the conference will feature gifted keynote speakers from Indigenous, settler and newcomer communities—Michelle Nieviadomy, Becca Whitlaw and the Rev. Chung Yan Lam—who will guide us as we think, … Continued

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Call for Applications: The Anglican-Roman Catholic Dialogue of Canada

The Faith, Worship, and Ministry Coordinating Committee of the General Synod (FWM) is seeking applications to fill one vacancy on the Anglican-Roman Catholic Dialogue of Canada (ARC Canada). Mandate The ARC Dialogue has met regularly since 1971. It works closely with the Anglican-Roman Catholic Bishops’ Dialogue (ARC-B), which was established in 1975. Sponsored and supported … Continued

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Halifax students experience life in northern Saskatchewan

Published in the January 2024 issue of The Saskatchewan Anglican, the newspaper for the three Anglican dioceses in Saskatchewan By Mary Brown PRINCE ALBERT – Many of the clergy in the diocese were students of King’s College in Halifax, such as Anthony Burton, Michael Hawkins, David Harris, Jordan Draper, David Butorac, to name a few. … Continued

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Primate’s New Year’s Day Homily

The Most Rev. Linda Nicholls, Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada preached the following homily at the New Year’s Day Festal Eucharist at Christ Church Cathedral in Ottawa. Sometimes, we stand on the cusp of the new year with anticipation and excitement as we look ahead to opportunities and adventures. At other times, we come … Continued