The Anglican Communion around the world has been invited by the Diocese of Jerusalem to share in the celebration and joy of the birth of Jesus through reflection, prayer, and acts of kindness. I commend to you the Daily Meditations booklet written by the clergy of the Diocese and urge you to include in your … Continued
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The latest round of meetings of the ARC Dialogue were held Oct. 2-5, 2023, in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The ARC-Bishops Dialogue also convened for both independent and overlapping sessions with ARC from Oct. 1-4.
The Canadian Church Historical Society, in collaboration with the History Society of the Episcopal Church, has announced an upcoming conference, “MRI at 60: Mutual Responsibility and Interdependence”. The two-day event is scheduled for April 12-13, 2024, in Toronto, Canada, with Professor Mark Chapman (University of Oxford) as the keynote speaker. The conference commemorates the 60th … Continued
With Spiritual Care Awareness Week taking place this year from October 22-28, dioceses and parishes are encouraged to honour and offer prayer for those who exercise ministries of spiritual care. Sometimes called chaplains or pastoral care ministers, these lay people and clergy work to bring the light of Christ, the love of God, and the … Continued
Yesterday I had a visit from members of the Armenian Apostolic Church, who expressed longing that we join them in prayers and build awareness of the terrible genocide occurring in Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh) right now.
After nearly thirteen years of service as Chancellor of General Synod, Canon David P. Jones will retire as of September 1, 2023.
The Anglican Church of Canada is a member church in the Consultation of Common Texts (CCT). The CCT produces resources for ecumenical use, and also develops relationships of professional support and mutual prayer.
Applications are sought for members of the Liturgical Advisory Committee of Faith, Worship, and Ministry. The closing date for applications is April 3, 2023.
The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity (WPCU) is an ecumenical celebration held each year from January 18-25. Christians around the world are invited to pray for the unity of all Christians, to reflect on scripture together, to participate in ecumenical services and to share fellowship.
The Anglican Episcopal Church of Brazil has expressed its vehement repudiation of the terrorist actions that took place this Sunday, January 8, in Brazil. Please pray for the witness of the church and its leaders in the midst of these troubling times.
As Christmas and the Holidays approach, Christians experience the season of Advent as a time of expectant waiting and preparation. This year, four Canadian national church leaders will present a special series of Advent meditations and conversations that reflect on the question: “What Are We Waiting For?”
Reflecting our commitment to Safe Church, Archbishop and Primate Linda Nicholls invites you to join an online workshop series featuring Mandy Marshall, the Anglican Communion’s Director for Gender Justice. (October 31-November 2, 2022.)