Archbishop Fred Hiltz, primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, and other church leaders are calling for prayers after a terrorist attack in Istanbul, Turkey that has left at least 41 dead and 239 wounded.
In the months leading up to General Synod’s July 7-12 meeting, Archbishop Fred Hiltz, primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, has devoted much of his time to strengthening the Canadian church’s internal and ecumenical relationships at home and abroad.
Anyone interested in world religions can now learn about them for free, from Harvard professors, after the launch of an online course series earlier this year.
When I was a teenager, I remember my youth pastor telling me, “be careful when you ask God to give you patience. God might just answer your prayer by giving you the opportunity to practice patience.”
Since the worldwide refugee crisis was catapulted into public consciousness 10 months ago, Canadian Anglicans have helped to resettle around 1,750 refugees, says Suzanne Rumsey, refugee co-ordinator for the Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund (PWRDF).
From July 7-12, more than 250 Anglicans from across Canada will gather in Richmond Hill, Ont., for the 41st General Synod of the Anglican Church of Canada.
Despite resistance from some of its members, it’s inevitable that the Anglican Church of Canada will eventually grant “authentic equality” to its LGBTQ* members, staff gathered for a special service for the victims of the Orlando massacre at national office heard Thursday, June 23.
General Synod 2016 will consider legislation dealing with the role of deacons in the Anglican Church of Canada.
St. James Anglican Church in the diocese of Ottawa has opened the first scattering garden for cremated ashes in Eastern Ontario.
As the Anglican Church of Canada prepares for a controversial vote on whether or not to change its laws to allow for the marriage of same-sex couples, the diocese of the Arctic has sent a memorial to General Synod stating its commitment to maintaining the status quo.