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  • Anglicans join biosolids protest in Nicola Valley
    Anglicans join Nicola Valley protest
  • One step at a time
    One step at a time
  • Reconciliation continues past TRC
    Reconciliation continues past TRC
  • Building friendships
    Building friendships
  • PWRDF partners with Toronto NGO
    PWRDF partners with Toronto NGO
  • 'Why can't God do anything himself?'
    'Why can't God do anything himself?'
  • Witness blanket to bear 'eternal witness'
    Witness blanket to bear 'eternal witness'
  • Listening will ‘open hearts’
    Listening will ‘open hearts’
  • Ring the bells
    Ring the bells
  • Anglicans join biosolids protest in Nicola Valley
  • One step at a time
  • Reconciliation continues past TRC
  • Building friendships
  • PWRDF partners with Toronto NGO
  • 'Why can't God do anything himself?'
  • Witness blanket to bear 'eternal witness'
  • Listening will ‘open hearts’
  • Ring the bells



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  • New damage and disease threaten Nepal

    New damage and disease threaten Nepal
    Two weeks before the May 25 deadline set by the Canadian government for matching donations given to registered charities for earthquake relief in Nepal, the Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund (PWRDF) announced that Anglicans had so far donated $167, 937.
    By Leigh Anne Williams
    Posted May, 13 2015
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  • A Lutheran, an Anglican, and a United walk into a church…

    A Lutheran, an Anglican, and a United walk into a church…
    At first glance, there seems to be an error on the sign outside the small white church in this community, located 66 km north of Kamloops. “ST PAUL,” it reads, without the usual period following the “ST.” But it is no error—the sign, though it refers to the saint, is actually a clever acronym: “Serving Together, Parish of Anglicans, United and Lutherans.”
    By André Forget
    Posted May, 13 2015
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  • New director brings ‘strong strategic skills’

    New director brings ‘strong strategic skills’

    Meghan Kilty, the newly hired communication director for the Anglican Church of Canada, has been researching ways that communications can support community resiliency. 

     
    By Leigh Anne Williams
    Posted May, 12 2015
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  • A remarkable journey through the years

    A remarkable journey through the years

    As part of the Anglican Journal’s 140th anniversary milestone, I was tasked with sifting through the newspaper’s substantial archives in search of stories significant to the history of the Anglican Church of Canada, and to the history of the Journal itself. 

     
    By Ben Graves
    Posted May, 11 2015
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  • When coffee hour gets complicated

    When coffee hour gets complicated
    I was setting up chairs for Sunday School when I overheard the coffee hour team in the kitchen debating about the urn and how many scoops they should use and why on earth wasn’t the recipe written down somewhere.
    Michelle Hauser
    Posted May, 07 2015
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  • Joint Assembly set for 2019

    Joint Assembly set for 2019
    The Anglican Church of Canada and the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada (ELCIC) will meet together for a second time in a joint assembly to be held in Vancouver in 2019. 
    By Anglican Journal staff
    Posted May, 06 2015
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  • What do they want now?

    What do they want now?
    Many indigenous Anglicans have noted that this has been the inevitable, if not caustic, response of some in the church whenever they air a concern or demand change in order to address historical injustices, or even simply to make their ministries work better. 
    By Marites N. Sison
    Posted May, 06 2015
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  • Returning to a Christian way of life

    Returning to a Christian way of life
    The churches that have been a part of the European and North American cultural framework have played a unique and important role in the colonization of our planet over the past five centuries. At times, it should be recognized, they calmed down some of the excesses of colonization. 
    By Mark MacDonald
    Posted May, 06 2015
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  • Church should focus on mission, not maintenance

    Church should focus on mission, not maintenance
    Presenting a report from the Vital and Healthy Parishes project with Eileen Scully, director of Faith, Worship and Ministry for General Synod, the Rev. Jay Koyle told the Council of General Synod (CoGS) that the crisis of the church in decline has been misdiagnosed and requires a different approach for treatment.
    By Leigh Anne Williams
    Posted May, 05 2015
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  • Small surplus despite lower revenues

    Small surplus despite lower revenues
    General Synod was able to transfer a surplus of $400,000 to its contingency fund, thanks largely to higher investment performance, according to the report from the financial management committee presented on May 2 to the Council of General Synod (CoGS) by committee chair Archbishop Colin Johnson.
    By Leigh Anne Williams
    Posted May, 05 2015
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