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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