There are no words to describe what we feel in our hearts, as we face, once again, the fear and pain of all that has happened. We are not surprised by the discovery of the children’s remains, but the strength of our feelings now has become overwhelming. We are reliving childhood feelings of helplessness, made … Continued
Telling and Teaching the Truth: The Church’s Obligation to Education about the Ongoing Legacy of the Doctrine of Discovery
From Churches Beyond Borders: Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada, Anglican Church of Canada, The Episcopal Church, and the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.
Do you have a background in the life sciences, training in theology, and enjoy exploring the relationship between the two, and the questions that each field asks of the other?
On July 13, 2021, a coalition of concerned Canadian churches and organizations (including the Anglican Church of Canada) wrote Foreign Affairs minister the Hon. Marc Garneau, about the escalating violence and human rights violations in the Philippines and the seeming lack of response by the Canadian government.
Faith organizations, rights advocacy groups urge PM Trudeau to actively support global vaccine equity
Love My Neighbour (LMN) is a Canadian grassroots project founded by Millennium Kids and diverse faith communities to increase the number of COVID-19 vaccines distributed quickly and equitably in lower income countries.
Following an opening worship service on Thursday, May 6, the Council of General Synod (CoGS) met Friday, May 7 through Sunday, May 9 via Zoom conference. See below for highlights of each day. Friday May 7 Saturday May 8 Sunday May 9
Co-chairs of the Asia Pacific Forum, of which the Anglican Church of Canada is a member church, have issued a statement of solidarity for May 2 to be observed as an Ecumenical Day of Lament in the Philippines.
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.
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.
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
The CLAY National Planning Committee has been hard at work developing a one-of-a-kind online CLAY experience and we have some important updates to share with you.