After the killing of a young Indigenous man near Biggar, Sask., in August, local Anglicans and Lutherans have been confronted with the challenge of putting what they have learned about reconciliation into practice, says the Rev. Mark Kleiner, priest-in-charge at St. Paul’s Anglican Church and Redeemer Lutheran Church in Biggar.
Sometime before he was about to embark on his cross-province bicycle ride this June, Bishop Rob Hardwick, of the diocese of Qu’Appelle, was approached by someone wanting to know what the point of it was.
What is the purpose of posting on social media? It’s a question we don’t often stop to ask ourselves. As human beings, the longer we engage in a practice over time, the less we tend to think about it.
In the wake of July’s vote on same-sex marriages at General Synod, Indigenous Anglicans intend to “proceed towards self-determination with urgency,” the Anglican Church of Canada’s three Indigenous bishops say.
After eight years in the role, Bishop Robert Bennett, of the diocese of Huron, will retire Nov. 1, 2016.
Archbishop John Privett, who has served as metropolitan of the ecclesiastical province of British Columbia and Yukon since 2009, has been unanimously re-elected for another seven-year term.
Image: Rawpixel.com/Shutterstock When I first moved away from home, one of the first things I did was attempt to find a new church. I knew I wouldn’t find a church that was exactly like my home church—I had moved from rural Alberta to Montreal, after all—but I wasn’t worried.…
The C of E is seeking to increase the number of candidates selected for ordained ministry from around 500 each year to 750.
A Saskatchewan-born son of a residential school survivor has been chosen to lead Indigenous ministry in the diocese of Toronto.
A gay man living with a male partner is among three priests to have been elected suffragan bishops in the diocese of Toronto this weekend.