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  • Social Media Sunday
    Be and do church online, Sept. 30
  • Clergy in Motion – 19 June
    Clergy in Motion, June 19 Appointments The Rev. Ruth Adams has been appointed Honorary Assistant of St. John the Evangelist, Peterborough as of May 13, 2018. The Rev. Vernon Duporte has been appointed Priest-in-Charge of Our Saviour as of June … Continue reading →
  • Church gives LGBTQ youth and friends a safe place
    By Stuart Mann In a conversation with his mother and aunt in 2015, Mylo Woods talked about how difficult it was to be a trans youth. “Everyone was bullying me, using homophobic slurs, making me feel angry and depressed, even … Continue reading →
  • Shkakamikwe Kido installation, June 18-30
  • Find a church in cottage country
    Leaving town? Find a church nearby.
  • Bulletin Board June 12
    Bulletin Board is the Diocese’s bi-weekly e-bulletin for clergy and lay leaders. To subscribe to Bulletin Board, sign up online. Diocesan Business Diocesan Centre to observe summer hours The Diocesan Centre will be closed on Fridays during July and August, … Continue reading →
  • See photos from the Electoral Synod
  • Andrew Asbil elected diocese’s coadjutor bishop
    By Stuart Mann The Very Rev. Andrew Asbil, rector of St. James Cathedral and dean of Toronto, has been elected coadjutor bishop of the Diocese of Toronto. He will become the 12th Bishop of Toronto when Archbishop Colin Johnson, who … Continue reading →
  • The Very Rev. Andrew Asbil elected on 3rd ballot
    The Very Rev. Andrew Asbil has been elected Coadjutor Bishop of Toronto on the 3rd ballot. Bishop-elect Asbil, 57, is the rector of St. James Cathedral and Dean of Toronto. A Coadjutor Bishop is elected to assist and ultimately succeed … Continue reading →
  • Diocese gives $250,000 for new Indigenous health centre
    By Stuart Mann The Diocese of Toronto is giving a $250,000 grant to the Anishnawbe Health Foundation to help build a new Indigenous health and cultural centre in Toronto. Diocesan Council approved the funding at its meeting on May 24. … Continue reading →