Conversations 2014: Clergy under 40 to gather in Montreal

From June 17 to 19 the Diocese of Montreal will host a gathering of Anglican Church of Canada clergy under the age of 40. This time of professional development, discernment, and relationship building will bring together thirty-five participants from all across the country. The gathering will follow an ‘unconferencing’ approach, which leaves rooms for more … Continued

Celebrating the Indigenous Spiritual Ministry of Mishamikoweesh

On June 1, 2014 the Indigenous Spiritual Ministry of Mishamikoweesh came into being. The creation of this new diocese marks a major milestone in the journey of establishing of a self-determining, self-sustaining Indigenous church within the Anglican Church of Canada.The new encompasses over twenty-five First Nations communities in Northwestern Ontario and Northern Manitoba. On June … Continued

The Turtle Island Consultation on Pastoral Care for Suicide in Indigenous Communities

The Turtle Island Consultation on Pastoral Care for Suicide in Indigenous Communities June 19-22, 2014 St. Peter’s Anglican Church Six Nations The Office of the National Indigenous Anglican Bishop, Anglican Church of Canada and the Indigenous Theological Training Institute of North America are partnering to bring Indigenous experts together to help create a resource for … Continued

New Resource for Reconciliation

At the seventh and final national event of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, the Anglican Church of Canada offered as its expression of reconciliation a full colour timeline, “Indigenous Peoples and the Anglican Church in Canada.” This detailed and beautiful resource is now available for everyone in the church to study and enjoy. The timeline … Continued

Celebrate Pentecost in Seven Languages

The Brothers of the Society of Saint John the Evangelist invite you to a multilingual Pentecost celebration. Starting on June 8, 2014 short daily devotional texts will be available to subscribers. This month-long Pentecost version of Brother, Give Us a Word features messages in English, French, Italian, American Sign Language through video, Spanish, Portuguese, and … Continued

Church prepares for inaugural Jerusalem Sunday

The Anglican Church of Canada is preparing for a new annual church observance.  Jerusalem Sunday takes place on Sunday, June 1, 2014 and celebrates companionship with the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem, which extends over Israel, Palestine, Jordan, Lebanon, and Syria.  It is home to several thousand Arab Anglicans in thirty parishes. Situated in one of … Continued