‘A mirror for the life of our church’: The history and role of the primacy

By Matt Gardner and Joelle Kidd February 20, 2019 When delegates meet in Vancouver this July for the 42nd General Synod of the Anglican Church of Canada, they will vote for a new primate to succeed Archbishop Fred Hiltz. But what does being primate of the Anglican Church of Canada really entail? The primacy has evolved … Continue reading “‘A mirror for the life of our church’: The history and role of the primacy”

Anglican Foundation is Visionary Sponsor for General Synod 2019

By Matt Gardner The work of the Anglican Foundation of Canada (AFC) will be front and centre this July when delegates gather in Vancouver for the 42nd General Synod of the Anglican Church of Canada. The AFC agreed to be the meeting of General Synod 2019’s Visionary Sponsor. The generous donation of $25,000 will help … Continue reading “Anglican Foundation is Visionary Sponsor for General Synod 2019”

Gaza hospital a “break in the hopelessness”

By General Synod Communications on December 14, 2018 Facebook Twitter email Submitted by Bishop Michael Ingham (retired) The Companions of the Diocese of Jerusalem is one of the new global relations programs of the Anglican Church of Canada. It is a way for our church to be in partnership with fellow Anglicans in the land … Continue reading “Gaza hospital a “break in the hopelessness””

Anglican Church hires suicide prevention workers for northern communities

Jeffery Stanley, left, will handle the church’s suicide prevention work in British Columbia, Yukon and Western Arctic; Yolanda Bird, right, will cover Alberta and Saskatchewan, and, if necessary, also Manitoba and northern Ontario. Photo: Contributed The Anglican Church of Canada has added two new suicide prevention workers to its staff working in Indigenous ministry. Jeffery … Continue reading “Anglican Church hires suicide prevention workers for northern communities”

Becoming the New Creation

Melanie Delva Reconciliation Animator for the Anglican Church of Canada. Living on the traditional territories of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations. Becoming the New Creation It’s been almost 3 weeks since I got home from Sacred Circle, and I’m still processing it. For those unfamiliar, Sacred Circle is the triennial meeting of Indigenous Anglicans … Continue reading “Becoming the New Creation”