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  • Bulletin Board June 15
    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 Diocesan staff to observe summer hours The Synod Office will close at 2 p.m. on Fridays between Canada Day and Labour Day. Parishes reminded about CRA return Parishes are... […]
  • Letter to the Diocese from Bishop Andrew
    Dear Friends in Christ, For the second year in a row, the COVID-19 pandemic has rained on the Pride parade. Most of the public Pride celebrations have been moved online again this year, and that has meant grief and sadness for many within the LGBTQ2S+ community who look forward to being together for mutual support... […]
  • Primate reflects on hatred and racism
    Archbishop Linda Nicholls, Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, reflects on hatred and racism in our midst following the murder of a Muslim family in London, Ont., and the discovery of the remains of 215 children at a former residential school in Kamloops, B.C. The post Primate reflects on hatred and racism appeared first on […]
  • Clergy in Motion – June 8
    Clergy in Motion, June 8 Appointments The Rev. Lucia Lloyd has been appointed Incumbent of St. John, Bowmanville as of June 1, 2021. The Rev. Canon Dr. Stephen Fields has been appointed Sub-Dean and Vicar of St. James Cathedral beginning September 1, 2021. Vacant Incumbencies Clergy from outside the diocese with the permission of their... […]
  • Churches allowed to re-open for indoor worship
      Yesterday’s announcement from the Province of Ontario allows our churches to re-open for gathered worship indoors, at a space capacity of 15% in Step One, and 25% in Step Two, as part of the government’s three-step “Roadmap to Reopening”. All physical distancing must be maintained, and masks must be worn indoors.   We are... […]
  • Letter to the Diocese from Bishop Andrew
    Dear friends in Christ, Shocked, dismayed, heartbroken, but sadly not surprised. That was my feeling, shared I’m sure by many of you, as news broke of the discovery of 215 unmarked graves – graves of small children – on the grounds of the former Kamloops Indian Residential School. Shocked, dismayed and heartbroken because the sheer... […]
  • Grief after discovery of remains is heart-wrenching: Primate
    Archbishop Linda Nicholls, Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, says the grief of families and communities unleashed by the discovery of the bodies of 215 children at the site of an unmarked burial ground at a former residential school near Kamloops, B.C. is “heart-wrenching and profound.” Read her full statement. The post Grief after […]
  • Resources available for Indigenous History Month
    A message for Indigenous History Month, June 2021, from the Rev. Leigh Kern, Diocesan Right Relations Coordinator: “Elders have called us into a prayerful observation of a period of mourning, in light of the tragic uncovering of the remains of 215 children in an unmarked grave at Kamloops Residential School. “In this time of tremendous... […]
  • Bulletin Board June 1
    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 Diocesan Refugee Network created, plans first meeting on June 10 As part of the Diocese’s commitment to supporting parishes through the sponsorship process, AURA and diocesan representatives are launching... […]
  • Read the June issue of The Anglican
    In the June issue of The Anglican , friends and colleagues remember Bishop Michael Bedford-Jones, the Diocese organizes a workshop to explore church land redevelopment, and a father teaches valuable lessons about giving.   The post Read the June issue of The Anglican appeared first on The Diocese of Toronto.

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