Lambeth Conference 2020 theme unveiled

  By Anglican Communion News Service ACNS    March 16, 2018 The theme for the Lambeth Conference in 2020 is to be “God’s Church for God’s World: walking, listening and witnessing together.” Details have been announced on a new web page. A more detailed website is being designed and will go live later this year. The … Continue reading “Lambeth Conference 2020 theme unveiled”

Issues facing women today

By Bev Jullien 08 March 2018 On International Women’s Day, the chief executive of the Mothers’ Union, Bev Jullien, looks ahead to the meeting of the UN’s Commission for the Status of Women (UNCSW), which begins next week in New York. In the week of 12 March 2018, representatives will gather from across the world … Continue reading “Issues facing women today”

‘There will always be a relationship between our church and Cuba’

By Tali Folkins March 8, 2018 Archbishop Fred Hiltz, primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, with Griselda Delgado del Carpio, bishop of the Episcopal Church of Cuba, during a visit by Hiltz to Cuba in February 2016. Photo: Andrea Mann   The Anglican Church of Canada will continue to have some sort of a … Continue reading “‘There will always be a relationship between our church and Cuba’”

Anglican-affiliated college to offer course on reconciliation

  By Tali Folkins March 1, 2018 Students who take the course, says instructor Kelly Laurila, may find that it prompts them “to question the Canada that they’ve always known.” Photo: Contributed   An Anglican-affiliated college in Ontario is introducing a non-credit course this spring in Indigenous/non-Indigenous reconciliation. From April 26 to June 28, Renison … Continue reading “Anglican-affiliated college to offer course on reconciliation”

World Day of Prayer 2018 focuses on climate change

By Tali Folkins March 2, 2018 Beth Lorimer, ecological justice program co-ordinator for KAIROS Canada, delivers a reflection at a service for World Day of Prayer 2018 at St. Andrew’s United Church, Toronto, Friday, March 2. Photo: Tali Folkins   Our exploitative attitude toward creation has separated us from God—but we can restore our relationship … Continue reading “World Day of Prayer 2018 focuses on climate change”