Save the date for National Worship Conference, July 18-21

All Anglicans are invited to the National Worship Conference in Regina, Saskatchewan, July 18-21, 2024. With a theme of The Stones Cry Out: Praying with the Land, the conference will feature gifted keynote speakers from Indigenous, settler and newcomer communities—Michelle Nieviadomy, Becca Whitlaw and the Rev. Chung Yan Lam—who will guide us as we think, … Continued

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Call for Applications: The Anglican-Roman Catholic Dialogue of Canada

The Faith, Worship, and Ministry Coordinating Committee of the General Synod (FWM) is seeking applications to fill one vacancy on the Anglican-Roman Catholic Dialogue of Canada (ARC Canada). Mandate The ARC Dialogue has met regularly since 1971. It works closely with the Anglican-Roman Catholic Bishops’ Dialogue (ARC-B), which was established in 1975. Sponsored and supported … Continued

Call for Applications: The Anglican Church of Canada / Mennonite Church Canada Ecumenical Dialogue

The Faith, Worship, and Ministry Coordinating Committee of the General Synod (FWM) is seeking applications for appointment as a member of the Anglican Church of Canada/Mennonite Church Canada Ecumenical Dialogue. FWM anticipates selecting 4 members to serve on the Dialogue, discerned through a combination of open application and direct appointment. The Anglican Council of Indigenous … Continued

Conference and Call for Papers to mark 60th anniversary of worldwide Anglican Congress in Toronto

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

Spiritual Care Awareness Week: October 22-28

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

Call to prayer for Artsakh & Armenia

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.