In an opening address before the spring session of Council of General Synod (CoGS) Friday, June 23, Archbishop Fred Hiltz, primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, reflected on the church’s role in society and encouraged council members to look beyond the church’s quarrels and divisions to its wider calling of bringing justice to the world in areas such as Indigenous rights, poverty and human trafficking.
It’s early in the morning, but the lounge at Mtwara airport is already filling up when the 10 members of the PWRDF’s delegation to the diocese of Masasi file through security.
After extensive repairs, the 185-year-old Cathedral Church of St. Paul in downtown London, Ont., is once again open for services.
The eighth annual meeting of bishops from Canada and Africa has just taken place in Kenya, with the Bishop of Niagara, Michael Bird, suggesting the yearly encounter could act as a model for reconciliation across the Anglican Communion.
The founding of a new federal body to monitor reconciliation efforts in Canada and the creation of a new statutory holiday—a “National Day for Truth and Reconciliation”—are among a number of Truth and Reconciliation Commission Calls to Action singled out for reflection by Archbishop Fred Hiltz, primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, in a special Aboriginal Day message
I will be the first to admit that I have never really been a fan of large, herbaceous quadrupeds.
Growing up on a small hobby farm in southwestern Ontario, cows, goats, sheep, and horses were merely part of the landscape, and I never quite understood the excitement they would elicit from my more urban family members.
In the small village of Ruponda in southern Tanzania’s Lindi Region, Joyce Mtauka has become something of a legend.
The Anglican diocese of Yukon is inviting Christians to Whitehorse this summer for four days of praise and rejuvenation in the time of midnight sun.
In the hours since a massive blaze ripped through a tower block in west London early on Wednesday, nearby St Clement's Church has been rapidly turned into an emergency relief centre.