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”

Indigenous marriage talk may ease tensions

By Tali Folkins December 7, 2018 As the November meeting of Council of General Synod (CoGS)approached, it was clear that the same-sex marriage debate and the Indigenous Anglican community would be the two biggest agenda items. After all, they’ve been the Anglican Church of Canada’s twin obsessions for many years now, and debate on both … Continue reading “Indigenous marriage talk may ease tensions”

Indigenous Anglican church could help Canada find its spiritual voice, Sacred Circle hears

By Tali Folkins August 21, 2018 “An Indigenous Anglican church can help Canadian society recover its spiritual vocabulary and its boldness in speaking about its souls,” Canon Martin Brokenleg told Sacred Circle. Photo: Anglican Video   A self-determining Indigenous church could bring new spiritual life not just to Canada’s Indigenous Anglicans, but to the country … Continue reading “Indigenous Anglican church could help Canada find its spiritual voice, Sacred Circle hears”