Teaching retreats bolster contemporary Anglican formation at VST

By Matt Gardner June 27, 2019 via Anglican Journal The following is part of a series exploring the impact of projects across the Anglican Church of Canada supported by grants from the Anglican Foundation, visionary sponsor for General Synod 2019.  At the Vancouver School of Theology (VST), student experience in previous generations was often very … Continue reading “Teaching retreats bolster contemporary Anglican formation at VST”

Global voices join together in latest Design Group meeting for The Lambeth Conference 2020

25 June 2019 Designing the 2020 Lambeth Conference of Anglican Bishops Planning for the 15th Lambeth Conference is gathering pace, as global representatives from the Anglican Communion met 4-7 June for the latest Design Group meeting of this significant event. Chaired by the Archbishop of Cape Town, the Most Reverend Thabo Makgoba, the Design Group … Continue reading “Global voices join together in latest Design Group meeting for The Lambeth Conference 2020”

More than 1000 bishops and their spouses book for the Lambeth Conference 2020

Posted on: June 28, 2019  Members of the Lambeth Conference during their meeting in London earlier this month Photo Credit: ACNS [ACNS, by Staff Writer] More than one thousand bishops and their spouses have so far registered to take part in the Lambeth Conference 2020, the decennial gathering of the bishops of the Anglican Communion. … Continue reading “More than 1000 bishops and their spouses book for the Lambeth Conference 2020”

Proposed New Westminster tithe could mean millions for Indigenous causes

By Tali Folkins June 25, 2019 via Anglican Journal The bishop of New Westminster says she’s looking forward to working out the details of a future tithe on the sale of church property in the diocese to fund Indigenous communities and programs. The diocese’s synod, which met May 24-25, passed a motion requesting the diocese … Continue reading “Proposed New Westminster tithe could mean millions for Indigenous causes”

Thank you

By Fred Hiltz June 24, 2019 On June 25, 2007, I was installed as the 13th primate of our beloved church. It was a hot and humid night, and St. Matthew’s Church in Winnipeg was like a sauna! I was so overwhelmed with the responsibilities of the ministry to which I had been called, I remember little of the liturgy except the great relief of the congregation in being sprinkled … Continue reading “Thank you”