January 2019 Issue

Bishop Andrew Asbil speaks at a microphone.

We are in a moment in between

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Parish News

Service remembers victims of gun violence in city

A service of lament to remember the victims of gun violence in Toronto and their families was held at the Ghanaian Anglican Church of Toronto ...
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Church pitches in for couple’s wedding

Members of St. Peter, Erindale and the surrounding community pitched in on Nov. 4 to give a young couple of the parish the wedding of ...
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Church displays banners in wake of attacks

St. Barnabas, Chester hosted the Toronto Love Quilt Project on Nov. 11. The project is an art Installation of colourful banners measuring 24 feet x ...
People paint over graffiti, pick up garbage and leaves in an alley.

Church, diocese respond to racist graffiti

Three incidents of racist graffiti written on a church’s property in south Etobicoke have brought local citizens together and created opportunities for ministry and advocacy. ...

Like the magi, many are searching

One of the memorable moments from the consecration of Andrew Asbil as our new bishop was the recessional music, U2’s “Beautiful Day.” It was an ...

Stand in solidarity with those living in poverty

“Since there will never cease to be some in need on the earth, I therefore command you, Open your hand to the poor and needy ...

It has been an honour to serve

Instead of a Charge to Synod, Archbishop Johnson chose to reflect on some of the important changes in the diocese since his ordination more than ...
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Parish news roundup

Caledon community helps ring bell The bell at St. James, Caledon East has been ringing in joy and sorrow since 1901. On Nov. 11, the ...
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