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  • Communities join in prayer for Sri Lanka
    In the wake of the Easter terrorist attack on churches in Sri Lanka, communities in Toronto and beyond are organizing events of support and prayer. We will post more details as they become known. If you’d like to see your … Continue reading → The post Communities join in prayer for Sri Lanka appeared first […]
  • Service of Prayer for Sri Lanka, April 26
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  • Thy Kingdom Come
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  • Primate writes message for Easter
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  • Clergy in Motion – April 16
    Clergy in Motion, April 16 Appointments The Rev. Maureen Hair has been appointed Acting Regional Dean for Huronia Deanery as of March 7, 2019. The Rev. Heather Gwynne-Timothy has been appointed Chaplain to the Retired Clergy for York-Scarborough as of … Continue reading → The post Clergy in Motion – April 16 appeared first on […]
  • Bulletin Board April 16
    Bulletin Board is the Diocese’s bi-weekly e-bulletin for clergy and lay leaders. To subscribe to Bulletin Board, sign up online. To submit an item, email editor@toronto.anglican.ca. Diocesan Business Pension plan applauds changes to target benefit plan framework In its 2019 … Continue reading → The post Bulletin Board April 16 appeared first on The Diocese […]
  • Bishop Asbil shares Easter video message
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  • Primate shares Holy Week message
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  • LGBTQ history to come out at new speakers’ series
    By Stuart Mann Growing up at St. Matthias, Bellwoods, Robert Adams was grateful that he was part of a congregation that fully accepted and welcomed LGBTQ people. When he came out, he could talk to other church members who had … Continue reading → The post LGBTQ history to come out at new speakers’ series […]
  • Fire destroys St. James, Roseneath
    By Stuart Mann The 156-year-old church of St. James, Roseneath was destroyed in a fire during the evening of April 9. No one was injured. The church is located just north of the village of Roseneath, about a 25-minute drive … Continue reading → The post Fire destroys St. James, Roseneath appeared first on The […]

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