May 2024 Issue

Kids read stories from the Book of Genesis in the Action Bible, a graphic novel rendition of scripture.

Minecraft camp helps kids learn biblical themes

The Anglican

Thank you

Thanks to our faithful readers, The Anglican has received $36,148 as its portion of last year’s Anglican Journal Appeal. The appeal is held each year ...
A cricket batter.

All invited to cricket festival

Church teams and individuals are invited to the Anglican Church Cricket Festival (ACCF), held on July 13 from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at Creditview ...
Group photo of clergy celebrating silver jubilees.

Clergy honoured for service

Bishop Andrew Asbil presented stoles to clergy celebrating their 25th and 50th years of ordination to the priesthood at the diocese’s annual Blessing of Oils ...
A person hiking on a trail in a forest.

Growing deeper in our love for God

In January our diocese began a journey that Bishop Andrew Asbil believes could be life-changing for us all. This journey will formally last from Epiphany ...

Parishes urge governments to advance human right to housing

Last summer, at an event held outside St. James Cathedral to raise awareness of homelessness in Toronto, passersby were invited to participate in an interactive ...

It is personal

Thank you! The Diocese of Toronto’s annual FaithWorks campaign raised $1,482,700 in 2023 in support of Anglican-affiliated ministries throughout the Diocese and around the world. ...

Hatred is not a Christian value

“I’m not used to this level of hatred.” The newspaper headline still haunts me, months after the fact. It referred to an episode early this ...

Praying for peace

A vigil for peace and justice in the world is held at St. James Cathedral on March 17. The vigil, preceded by a choral Eucharist ...
Parish News

Swedish, Anglican congregations ‘best friends’

When the Rev. Megan Jull was ordained an Anglican priest, she never thought she’d be given informal permission to preach and preside at Swedish Lutheran ...

Not glamourous but always fulfilling

Over 90 per cent of the world’s trade is carried by sea, thanks to the nearly two million seafarers working globally to ensure that we ...
Parish News

Watch party

St. Nicholas, Birch Cliff hosts a neighbourhood eclipse watch party on the front lawn of the church on April 8. The church handed out free ...
Parish News

Together again

Members of four churches on Danforth Avenue in Toronto take part in a Good Friday walk. The walkers began at East End United Church, then ...

Special guests

Anne Oram and the Rev. Johanna Pak of St. Mark, Port Hope are joined by Fletcher Banner (left) and Dean Robert Willis at the church ...
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