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Booklet lists transgender-related services

A booklet of resources for ministry with transgender people has been compiled and is available on the Prayer Resources page of the diocese’s website. It

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Primate to attend film screening

St. John the Baptist, Norway and the diocese are presenting a screening of The Philadelphia Eleven, a documentary about the group of women and their

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Workshops scheduled for parish leaders

Diocesan staff will hold Zoom workshops in March for parish leaders, especially those new to their roles. If you are a leader in your parish

Bishop Andrew and Mary Asbil greet Andre Lyn and his family.

Greetings

The bishops and their spouses, along with the diocese’s archdeacons and canon administrator, exchange greetings with well-wishers at the annual Bishop’s Levee at St. James

Three young girls dressed up as angels.

Inspired

In November, Penny Nutbrown of St. John the Evangelist, Port Hope, posted a photo on the church’s Facebook page of three angels in the parish’s

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Service celebrates Christian unity

A special service marking the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity will be held on Jan. 21 at 4 p.m. celebrating the theme “You shall

A cross and an open bible.

Diocese considers capital campaign

In his Charge to Synod, Bishop Andrew Asbil spoke about the diocese holding a capital campaign, the first since Our Faith-Our Hope nearly 15 years

Image of overlapping fish with a cross in the middle, labelled "Good new of Jesus Christ." The four fish are labelled "Renewing spirituality," "inspiring faith in action," "transforming diocesan culture" and "reimagining ministry."

Synod endorses vision, calls

Synod endorsed Cast the Net’s vision and 20 calls to all parts of the diocese. The vision and calls will help guide the diocese as

The procession enters the ballroom at the start of the Eucharist.

All Together

Worship, display tables, food, singing, music, presentations, friendship and more are all part of Synod 2023, held at the Sheraton Parkway Toronto North hotel in

Synod members stand and applaud.

Synod 2023

The Diocese of Toronto’s 162nd Regular Session of Synod was held Nov. 17-18 at the Sheraton Parkway Toronto North hotel in Richmond Hill. The theme

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Africa explored through fashion

In late October, members of St. James Cathedral invited the wider community to explore the vibrant African continent in a multi-faceted three-day exhibit. From Oct.

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Caribbean celebration

St. Paul on-the-Hill, Pickering and St. Martin, Bay Ridges (Pickering) host the Caribbean Cultural Event in Pickering on Sept. 23. More than 250 guests enjoyed

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Church begins centenary celebrations

Marking its 100-year journey from a Scarborough community church to a multicultural parish, the church of St. Bede launched a year of centenary celebrations. The

A blue wooden food pantry filled with dry goods.

Pantry for the people

St. Paul, Lindsay officially opened its new free food cupboard called “St. Paul’s Pantry” in August. Parishioners stocked the pantry and then it was blessed

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Ping pong for FaithWorks

Members of St. Christopher in Richmond Hill play in the church’s sixth annual Ping Pong Relay for FaithWorks on Oct. 14. More than 30 players

A long line of white-robed people walks along a path alongside the cathedral

Diocese to welcome new Dean

The Very Rev. Dr. Stephen Hance has been appointed the new rector of St. James Cathedral and Dean of Toronto, beginning on Jan. 15. He

A long line of white-robed people walks along a path alongside the cathedral

Diocese to welcome new Dean

The Very Rev. Dr. Stephen Hance has been appointed the new rector of St. James Cathedral and Dean of Toronto, beginning on Jan. 15. He

The Rev. Andrew MacDonald blesses a horse from the Toronto police mounted division.

Blessed

The Rev. Andrew MacDonald blesses horses from the Toronto Police Service Mounted Unit and other animals at the Blessing of Animals service at St. Nicholas,

The Anglican

Poetry reading launches new book

Now in its 35th year, the St. Thomas Poetry Series will host a reading on Nov. 18 at 7:30 p.m. at St. Thomas, 383 Huron

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Tea Time

The Parish of Minden, Kinmount and Maple Lake holds its annual garden tea party on Aug. 13.  The tea party is held to connect the

The catcher, with a shirt saying "Sponsored by God," framed by the baseball diamond's chain link fence.

Summer Classic

Six teams play in the 62nd annual SAYM (Scarborough Anglican Youth Movement) baseball finals in Ajax on Sept. 9. The teams came from Holy Trinity,

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Diocese considers capital campaign

HAMILTON – This fall will see the launch of a feasibility study in the Diocese of Niagara to determine the level of support for a

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Good food and drink on tap at event

VICTORIA – For the second year running, St. Peter, Comox organized an ecumenical outreach event to mark “International Buy a Priest a Beer Day” on

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ACW provides snacks and a prayer

ST. JOHN’S – Garnish is a fishing town located in Fortune Bay, Newfoundland. Lobster is the largest species fished in the area. Each day, nearly

Archbishop Michael Peers sits at a table and signs a document while others look on.

Primate led ‘with courage’

The 11th Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada and one of its longest-serving leaders, Archbishop Michael Peers, died on July 27 in Toronto just

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