A Word to the Church from the members of the Council of General Synod who met in Mississauga, Ontario, November 7-10, 2019.
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Highlights from day 4 of the Fall 2019 Council of General Synod are now available online.
Highlights from day 3 of the Fall 2019 Council of General Synod are now available online.
Highlights from day 2 of the Fall 2019 Council of General Synod are now available online.
Highlights from the Council of General Synod, held in Mississauga, Ontario, on November 7, 2019.
The Reverend Canon Dr. Todd Townshend, the Dean of the Faculty of Theology at Huron University College, was elected 14th Bishop of Huron on October 26.
The 2020 Canadian Church Calendar is now available for purchase. The images represent a diversity of churches from across Canada, and verses and images feature the theme, “Light and Darkness.”
The national office of the Anglican Church of Canada would like to extend a warm welcome to the newly appointed Director of Communications and Information Resources, Joseph Vecsi.
Saint John Henry Newman was a disciple of Jesus Christ who was uniquely graced by the Holy Spirit with many personal, intellectual, and spiritual gifts.
Saint John Henry Newman était un disciple de Jésus-Christ qui a été béni de façon exceptionnelle par le Saint-Esprit à travers de nombreux dons personnels, intellectuels et spirituels.
The Anglican Indigenous Network (AIN) is meeting in Honolulu from September 29 to October 4. AIN is one of the networks of the worldwide Anglican Communion.
National Lutheran and Anglican leaders invite reflection, prayers and conversation as Canadians prepare for federal election
On October 21, Canadians will vote in a federal election, electing Members of Parliament who will help shape the life of our country for the next four years.
On September 30th at 10am Eastern Time in the Canadian Museum of History in Ottawa, the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation will hold a ceremony to honour all the children who did not return home from the Residential Schools.
A Pastoral Statement concerning ‘a first release of names of children who died at Residential Schools’
The wrenching legacy of residential schools is felt not only by those who survived.