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  • Letter to the Diocese from Bishop Andrew
    Dear Friends, We watched the play unfold. A pass back to the goaltender, who struck the ball to the midfielder. A run down the right side followed by a perfect cross to the center and a header to the back of the net by Alphonso Davies. The first ever goal by a Canadian men’s team... […]
  • Archives & Conservation – Conservation grant project update
    Conservation grant project update   In April 2022, the Diocese of Toronto Archives was awarded a $20,300 grant through the Library & Archives Canada, Documentary Heritage Communities Program (LAC DHCP) in order to complete conservation work on 25 of our parish registers showing significant deterioration. These registers contain vital records documenting baptisms, marriage and burials,... […]
  • Read the December issue of The Anglican
    The Diocese gets ready for Christmas, clergy take mini-sabbaticals and Anglicans explore social justice issues, plus the return of Mr. Perkins of Hampton’s Corners. Read, enjoy and share the December issue of The Anglican! You can find all the news, photos and commentary, along with the PDF, at theanglican.ca. The post Read the December issue […]
  • Delegates sought for Holy Land trip
    Bishop Andrew Asbil will be participating in a 10-day delegation to the Holy Land in May 2023, and he’s inviting applications from members of the Diocese to fill the 11 other spots. The program is open to all active clergy, members of religious orders, postulants and laity, including diocesan and parish staff. During the delegation... […]
  • Archives & Conservation – Preservation in the Parish
    Archives & Conservation – Preservation in the Parish In April 2022 the Archives received a Documentary Heritage Communities Program (DHCP) grant from Library and Archives Canada to conduct conservation work on 25 of our registers that are in fragile condition. We’d like to share some information about preservation, conservation, and the work we’re doing to... […]
  • Clergy in Motion – November 22
    Clergy in Motion, November 22 Appointments The Rt. Rev. Patrick White has been appointed Interim Priest-in-Charge of St. Mary, Richmond Hill beginning November 27, 2022. The Rev. Irina Dubinski has been appointed Priest-in-Charge of St. Timothy, North Toronto beginning January 8, 2023. Vacant Incumbencies Clergy from outside the diocese with the permission of their bishop... […]
  • Bulletin Board Nov. 22
    Bulletin Board is the Diocese’s bi-weekly e-bulletin for clergy and lay leaders. To submit an item, email editor@toronto.anglican.ca. Diocesan business New deadlines for Anglican Foundation grants announced As of Jan. 1, the Anglican Foundation of Canada is moving to a quarterly grant cycle instead of a semi-annual one. As a result, the Diocese of Toronto’s application... […]
  • Highlights from day 2 of Synod
    The Diocese of Toronto’s 161st Regular Session of Synod was held Nov. 17-19. The opening service, including the Bishop’s Charge, was held in-person and live-streamed at All Saints, Kingsway on Nov. 17. The rest of Synod was held online. The theme of Synod, “Cast the Net,” comes from the Diocese’s visioning process. Here are the... […]
  • Highlights from day 1 of Synod
    The Diocese of Toronto’s 161st Regular Session of Synod is being held Nov. 17-19. The opening service, including the Bishop’s Charge, was held in-person and live-streamed at All Saints, Kingsway on Nov. 17. The rest of Synod is being held online. The theme of Synod, “Cast the Net,” comes from the Diocese’s visioning process. Here... […]
  • Bishop delivers Charge to Synod
    Bishop Andrew Asbil delivered his Charge to the 161st Regular Session of Synod at the opening Eucharist at All Saints, Kingsway on Nov. 17, 2022. You can watch or read the text below.     O God, take our lips and speak through them. Take our minds and think through them. Take our hearts and... […]

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