With a decision on same-sex marriage approaching at the Anglican Church of Canada’s General Synod this summer, a national social media-based group has formed to push for a “yes” vote.
The church is entering a new partnership with Indigenous people with its commitment to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s Call to Action #48, says National Indigenous Anglican Bishop Mark MacDonald.
The Anglican Church of Canada and seven other Canadian churches and religious organizations have declared their commitment to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s (TRC) Call to Action #48.
I am one of those people who go to the public library with no particular book or magazine in mind to check out. Instead, I case the shelves and wait for one or more to call out my name.
Two days after Palm Sunday, Holy Week was marred by twin terror attacks in Brussels. As an expat Canadian who works five minutes from Maelbeek metro station where one attack took place, I was struck in the heart by these horrific events.
Representatives from two of the Anglican Church of Canada’s global partners—the Anglican Episcopal Church of Brazil and the Episcopal Church of Cuba—will be in attendance when General Synod meets this July.
Feet can be gross. We walk on them. They get calloused. Sometimes they smell. We try to keep them in good order, but most of us wouldn’t consider our feet worthy of an act of worship. (AndI suspect if we did, we wouldn’t tell anyone.)
I love weddings. I love working with people as they prepare for their life as a married couple. I love helping them choose the readings that will speak God’s Good News to them on their wedding day.
“Let your ‘yes’ be yes,” said Archbishop Fred Hiltz, primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, quoting James 5:12 as silence descended over the congregation gathered at the Mohawk Chapel.