In the midst of countless service and activity suspensions in Anglican churches across the country this weekend, Canadian Anglicans demonstrated their resilience and love for God and one another, as they forged new pathways of prayer and community through online worship and gathering.
PDF version To all Staff, As you know the world is facing the emergence of a new virus – COVID19. With any new disease we must manage the risks as Information becomes available to us. The uncertainty of the changing situation can be distressing. It is easy to be swept up in the fears about … Continued
The Primate and Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Canada, The Most Rev. Linda Nicholls, would like to announce the constitution of a Search Committee, whose mandate is to fill the soon to be vacated role of General Secretary for the General Synod of the Anglican Church of Canada. Composed of representatives from across the … Continued
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.
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.
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.
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.
A Word to the Church from the members of the Council of General Synod who met in Mississauga, Ontario, November 7-10, 2019.
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.”
These are the motions that were considered by the Council of General Synod from Thursday, March 14 to Saturday, March 16. ANGLICAN COUNCIL OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES The Anglican Church of Canada, the Land, and the People of the Land Moved by: The Rev. Norman Wesley Seconded by: The Rt. Rev. Mark MacDonald Adopted by consensus … Continued
A motion passed by the members of the Council of General Synod (CoGS) to conduct part of their business on the first day of their meeting in camera. This meeting of CoGS from March 10-13, marks the last CoGS meeting for the current triennium.
Earlier today, the House of Bishops of the Anglican Church of Canada sent a communication to members of the Council of General Synod (CoGS). This communication has also been made public on anglican.ca/news. The communication takes place within the context of a continued engagement of the Anglican Church of Canada (ACoC) in consideration of same-sex … Continued
Section 25b of the Constitution of the General Synod of the Anglican Church of Canada allows for the House of Bishops to communicate with the Council of the General Synod on any matter, the secretary of the House of Bishops shall transmit such communication in the name of the Primate. Earlier today, General Secretary Michael … Continued
Yesterday, Archbishop Fred Hiltz met with more than 120 members and friends of the LGBTQ community in Toronto at celebration of the Holy Eucharist at St. John’s, West in Toronto. This encounter is one among many that the Primate has had with members of the Anglican Church in and beyond Canada. During the recent Primates’ … Continued