The latest issue of MinistryMatters, the online magazine for Canadian Anglican leaders, is hot off the (virtual) presses. The issue includes these stories of mission and ministry on the ground:
- The Rev. Lisa Vaughn shares how her Nova Scotia parish tackles loneliness
- The Rev. Jamie Howison ponders the unexpected fun of being on a theological commission
- The Right Rev. Dr. Terry Brown explains why the Solomon Islands need a university, and how Anglicans can help
- A video by and about Niagara youth
Visit the MinistryMatters website to read more Spring 2010 articles, dig into the archives, and read recent columns about the upcoming General Synod meeting in Halifax. Join the lively conversations already brewing around the Anglican Communion Covenant, Vision 2019, and more.
MinistryMatters, one of the church’s best-loved resources, was launched in 1993 as part of the Ministry Mailer package, sent out to all Canadian Anglican parishes. Gradually the magazine evolved to include long-form, meditative articles and a more artistic format.MinistryMatters has garnered many Canadian and American church press awards and positive feedback from loyal readers worldwide.
In this new online format, MinistryMatters still aims to give voice to all who minister in the Anglican Church of Canada. You are invited to get involved: read, share, contribute, follow the magazine through the Anglican Church of Canada’s Facebook page, and send in your feedback.
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