CoGS may discuss amendment to same-sex resolution this month, Hiltz says

By Tali Folkins, with files from Joelle Kidd Anglicans may have a better idea of what sort of amendment, if any, is likely to be proposed to a resolution on same-sex marriage in less than two weeks, says Archbishop Fred Hiltz, primate of the Anglican Church of Canada. “Whether or not we have any kind … Continue reading “CoGS may discuss amendment to same-sex resolution this month, Hiltz says”

How would amended marriage canon affect self-determining Indigenous church, Sacred Circle asks

By Tali Folkins August 15, 2018 The Rev. Manasee Ulayuk, diocese of the Arctic, addresses Sacred Circle Wednesday, August 8. Photo: Tali Folkins   Shortly before it concluded its business Friday, August 10, the ninth Indigenous Anglican Sacred Circle offered a number of suggestions, questions and concerns to the Anglican Council of Indigenous Peoples (ACIP) … Continue reading “How would amended marriage canon affect self-determining Indigenous church, Sacred Circle asks”

Ten new members elected to ACIP

By Tali Folkins August 10, 2018 Newly elected and re-elected members of the Anglican Council of Indigenous Peoples (ACIP) pose for a photo with National Indigenous Bishop Mark MacDonald. From left to right: Cheyenne Vachon, the Rev. Annie Ittoshat, Willard Martin, Canon Murray Still, Bishop MacDonald, the Rev. Manasee Ulayuk, Mabel Brown, the Rev. Martha … Continue reading “Ten new members elected to ACIP”

‘This is a spiritual movement’: Discipleship and self-determination drive upcoming Sacred Circle

‘This is a spiritual movement’: Discipleship and self-determination drive upcoming Sacred Circle By Matt Gardner on July 27, 2018 Facebook Twitter email   On Aug. 6-11, the Ninth Indigenous Anglican Sacred Circle will take place at the University of Northern British Columbia campus in Prince George, B.C. The latest gathering of the national decision-making body … Continue reading “‘This is a spiritual movement’: Discipleship and self-determination drive upcoming Sacred Circle”