April 2021 Issue

The Anglican

Service celebrates Black heritage

The front of a building.

Emergency shelter named after priest

A new temporary emergency shelter for men in downtown Toronto has been named after an Anglican priest. St. Simon’s Clubbe House, located at 556 Sherbourne ...
A group of young people stand smiling with Bishop Jenny Andison in the centre.

Area bids farewell to bishop

The episcopal area of York-Credit Valley, located on the western side of the diocese, held a farewell party for Bishop Jenny Andison on Feb. 21. ...

Our story begins again

Are we there yet? I have vivid memories of our family hitting the road for vacation in July each year. The old blue Pontiac station ...
Progressively bigger stacks of coins grow plant shoots.

Seven stewardship myths, revised

What motivates people to be generous? Throughout my career as a stewardship educator, I have encountered countless people who have made a priority of giving ...

Publisher keeps Christian poetry alive

After looking at a computer screen all day, it can be a pleasure to relax with a good book. And that pleasure is doubled when ...

Only believe, all things are possible

The Rev. Canon Judy Allen is a deacon at Holy Family, Heart Lake in Brampton and is involved in the church’s liturgical, pastoral, outreach and ...
Parish News

Church helps front-line workers

For the past 30 years, St. Dunstan of Canterbury’s Pastoral Care Group has been donating hand-made gifts to patients in Centenary Hospital in Scarborough and, ...
Parish News

Pandemic provides opportunity for renewal

For a couple of decades, the metal roof of St. James, Caledon East (built in 1901) had been a source of embarrassment. It was not ...
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