The Anglican Church of Canada (ACC) and the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada (ELCIC) are pleased to announce the recipients of the 2020 Companion of the Worship Arts (CWA).
After much discernment, the CLAY planning team shares that the gathering originally scheduled for August 20-23, 2020, will be postponed to August 19-22, 2021. The event will still be held at the Southern Alberta Institute for Technology (SAIT) in Calgary, Alberta.
If you’ve got photos of Anglican churches in Canada in your archives, or if feel like snapping a picture or two of your local church on an upcoming (socially-distanced) stroll, the national office wants your images!
General Synod has compiled a roundup of online recordings and livestreams events happening in the dioceses across Canada for Holy Week and Easter 2020.
One of the most difficult realities that we face as worshipping communities is that suspension of gatherings for worship does mean the suspension of celebrations of the Holy Eucharist.
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.