Becoming a Safer Church

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.)

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Call for Applications: Representative to the Forum for Intercultural Leadership and Learning

The General Synod is seeking applications from members of the Anglican Church of Canada (ACC) to serve with the Forum for Intercultural Leadership and Learning (FILL). The Forum for Intercultural Leadership and Learning of the Canadian Council of Churches is an ecumenical Christian partnership through which its member churches work toward intercultural leadership development and … Continued

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Ecumenical Partners Call for Justice for Migrant Workers

In a letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Sean Fraser, the Anglican Church of Canada and three ecumenical partners call for a more just system for migrant workers in Canada. The Anglican Church of Canada, the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada, The Presbyterian Church in Canada, and The United … Continued

Resources for the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation—Orange Shirt Day

Each year, the Anglican Church of Canada marks the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation—Orange Shirt Day. The following resources are commended for use across the Church for worship and study. A Statement on the Indian Residential Schools from Indigenous Survivors, Elders, and Leaders Prayer for the Children from the Remembering the Children Tour Prayers … Continued

World Interfaith Harmony Week—February 1-7, 2022

We join our voices together to endorse the annual United Nations World Interfaith Harmony Week (February 1–7) and to encourage you to observe this week in ways that are meaningful for your local context. Our churches are committed to pursuing friendship, peace, and common cause with our neighbours of diverse spiritual and religious beliefs.

An update on Assembly 2022 planning

When planning for Assembly 2022 began two years ago, it was with an eager desire to gather in Calgary to celebrate 20 years of full communion, and deepen and grow the relationship between our two churches. Since then, we have been deeply impacted by the COVID pandemic. We have seen restrictions tighten and then loosen, only to be tightened again (and again!). Through all this uncertainty, we remain a people of hope, addressing these challenges with creativity and faithfulness.