February 2022 Issue

A bumblebee on a purple flower

From ecological grief to creational hope

The Anglican

Sacred Glimpses

A book published by Christ Memorial Church, Oshawa is helping the parish share both its own history and the story of Jesus Christ from the ...
The Anglican

AFC April 1 grant deadline approaches

The Anglican Foundation of Canada’s spring grant window is now open and the deadline for applications is April 1. AFC remains best known for supporting ...
Mapping exercise at Camp Huron.

Support for PWRDF’s Indigenous programs strong in the diocese

In August 2021, PWRDF launched a new program to support Indigenous-led organizations working to improve community health, take climate action, empower youth and ensure safe ...
Progressively bigger stacks of coins grow plant shoots.

How do we strategically assess financial stewardship in our parishes?

Recently I’ve devoted considerable time to thinking about how we can better assess the generosity of donors in parishes. Part of this thinking is motivated ...

Quietly working to support diocesan ministry

The Ecclesiastical Province of Ontario was established in 1912 and covers the civil province of Ontario along with a small part of Quebec. It is ...

Laity receive Order of the Diocese of Toronto

The Order of the Diocese of Toronto, an award created in 2013, honours members of the laity in the diocese who have given outstanding service ...

New video showcases migrant worker ministry

At the helm of the Durham Region Migrant Worker Ministry is the endearingly enthusiastic Rev. Augusto Núñez, incumbent at St. Saviour, Orono since 2017. Mr. ...
Parish News

Ping pong relay sets new record for church

On Saturday, October 23, 2021, St. Christopher, Richmond Hill hosted its 4th annual ping pong relay for FaithWorks.  For several years, the church has hosted ...

Sisterhood of St. John the Divine expands its ministry online

The Sisterhood of St. John the Divine is a monastic community founded in Toronto in 1884 and the Mother House, St. John’s Convent, is still ...
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