Anglican-United dialogue looks to move forward on mutual recognition of ministry
New and returning members of the Anglican Church of Canada-United Church of Canada Dialogue came together last month for the first meeting since the renewal of their mandate at General Synod 2016.
Anglican Healing Fund grant applications due March 1, 2018
Applications to the Anglican Healing Fund have reopened and are now online. With a new influx of funding, the Healing Fund can continue to support community projects that promote healing and reconciliation and address the legacy of the Indian residential school system.
Regional stewardship gatherings anchor giving in the gospel
For Wendy Fletcher, president and vice-chancellor of Renison University College at the University of Waterloo, stewardship is a core element of Christian identity and its relationship to the world—a theme she explored this fall as a plenary speaker at one of two major stewardship gatherings organized by the Anglican Church of Canada with local partners.
Anglican bishops in dialogue look to Lambeth 2020
The Consultation of Anglican Bishops in Dialogue initially grew out of the 2008 Lambeth Conference, prompted by recognition of the need for conversation in light of disagreements over issues such as same-sex marriage.
Jerusalem Sunday: May 28 2017 - Anglican Church of Canada
Jerusalem Sunday is an opportunity for Anglicans in Canada to learn more about and support God’s mission in the Diocese of Jerusalem.
House of Bishops of the Ecclesiastical Province of BC & Yukon registers objection to election of the Rev. Jacob Worley
The House of Bishops of the Ecclesiastical Province of BC & Yukon in the Anglican Church of Canada has registered its objection to the episcopal election of the Rev. Jacob Worley in the Diocese of Caledonia. Their objection is registered under Canon 4 (b) vi “That … Continued The post House of Bishops of the Ecclesiastical Province of BC & Yukon registers objection to election of the Rev. Jacob Worley appeared first on Anglican Church of Canada.
St. Jude’s Cathedral in Iqaluit pays off its debt
Twelve years after St. Jude’s Cathedral—the iconic house of worship in Iqaluit, Nunavut—was destroyed by arson, the diocese of the Arctic announced it has finally paid off the debt accrued in rebuilding it. “We’re pretty excited about that,” said Suffragan Bishop Darren McCartney, who oversees the eastern regions of the diocese of the Arctic. “[It is] a big weight off our shoulders.” The announcement comes after more than a decade of fundraising during which the fate of the new cathedral, which was completed in 2012 at a cost of just over $10 million, was sometimes in question. The new St. Jude’s Cathedral was built by Dowland Contracting Ltd., with whom the diocese entered into an informal arrangement to pay back the money as funds were raised. However, a year after the cathedral’s consecration in 2012, Dowland was put into receivership and it later filed for bankruptcy protection....