Women’s network strategizes for Lambeth by Ali Symons

by Ali Symons General Synod Web Writer Domestic violence, women in leadership, and women’s access to technology-these are a few of the issues that the International Anglican Women’s Network (IAWN) would like to discuss with bishops and their spouses at the Lambeth Conference, the meeting of all Anglican bishops in July 2008. “If the bishop … Continue reading “Women’s network strategizes for Lambeth by Ali Symons”

Anglican Women around the Globe speak out on poverty and Women’s Empowerment

While worldwide attention is focused on discord and divisions within the Anglican Communion, Anglican women and girls are uniting to make their voices heard on issues of poverty and women’s empowerment, express the power and depth of their faith, and to reveal their connections across cultural and economic differences, by contributing to a new book … Continue reading “Anglican Women around the Globe speak out on poverty and Women’s Empowerment”

Making Disciples: the Catechumenate in the Anglican Church of Canada (Resources)

Liturgical Rites and Formation Resources for Adult seekers coming to Baptism in the Christian Faith The following liturgical rites have been developed from John Hill’s initial work in Making Disciples, by the Catechumenate Network of the Dioceses of Toronto, Niagara and Huron. They are offered here by the Liturgy Working Group of Faith, Worship and … Continue reading “Making Disciples: the Catechumenate in the Anglican Church of Canada (Resources)”