Last week, Archbishop and Primate Linda Nicholls received a first dose of COVID vaccine. Today, she shares her thoughts about vaccine equity, citing Archbishop Thabo Makgoba’s remarks from a recent panel discussion she joined: “Everyone deserves more than the crumbs under the table, when others are eating a full loaf of bread”.
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Archbishop and Primate Linda Nicholls writes with sadness and joy in a letter congratulating the Most Rev. Suheil Dawani on the occasion of his retirement as Archbishop of The Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem.
Perhaps more than at any time in our modern era, we are recognizing the moral urgency of the spiritual and living relationship between humanity, Creation, and Creator. Earth Day is a time to claim these insights, renew relationships and act on commitments to care for God’s world.
We represent Christian denominations, church agencies, ecumenical organizations and networks who work with long-standing Palestinian and Israeli partners towards a just and lasting peace. Our concerns are based on our long-term engagement in the region, our many church-to-church partnerships, and our longstanding relationships with both Palestinians and Israelis working for peace.
A Message of Condolence to Queen Elizabeth II on the death of HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
On behalf of the Anglican Church of Canada I extend our deepest condolences on the death of your beloved husband and consort, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.
On April 7, 2021, the Canadian International Council National Capital Branch hosted a conversation with Archbishop Mark L. MacDonald and Judith Moses, Chair of the Jubilee Commission, moderated by Dr. Jay Koyle, Executive Archdeacon, Diocese of Algoma entitled “Reconciliation With Indigenous Peoples Within The Anglican Church Of Canada.”
In response to the ongoing situation that continues to unfold in Myanmar, Archbishop Josiah Idowu-Fearon, the Secretary General of the Anglican Communion – a family of 41 national and regional churches in more than 165 countries – has issued a message of hope to the people of Myanmar and called on Christians around the world to pray for the country and her people.
The Board of Directors of the Anglican Foundation of Canada announces that Executive Director, the Rev. Canon Dr. Judy Rois, has indicated she will retire at the end of this year. Judy has served as Executive Director for eleven years after twenty-five years as a parish priest in the Diocese of Toronto and adjunct professor … Continued
Dear Senators, We write to express support for Bill S-216, the Modern Slavery Act, and to encourage you to support the referral of the Bill to committee for further review and enhancement. On October 29, 2020, Senator Julie Miville-Dechêne reintroduced the Modern Slavery Act in the Senate on behalf of the All-Party Parliamentary Group to … Continued
How being part of a rural immunization program is forging new learnings and friendships. Dr. Jane Cox is a member of the Church of the Ascension in Sudbury, a member of the National Church’s Public Witness for Social and Ecological Justice Committee, and a retired family physician. Recently she and her husband Gary Bota … Continued
From Churches Beyond Borders: Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada, Anglican Church of Canada, The Episcopal Church and the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America In Advent 2020, Churches Beyond Borders expressed a commitment to dismantling racism, combating white supremacy and actively seeking opportunities to engage more deeply on these important issues. In this season of Lent, we … Continued
Members of the Council of General Synod gathered together online at 11 a.m. ET via Zoom.
As leaders of Canadian churches and church organizations, we join partners in sharing a deep concern about the grave and deteriorating human rights situation in the Philippines.
On the anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic declaration, Archbishop and Primate Linda Nicholls invites us to reflect, to remember and to pray.