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  • Letter to the Diocese from Bishop Andrew
    Dear Friends, “We’re all in this together.” How often have we heard that line, or maybe even said it, over the past two years? I’ve written before about how one blessing from this time of pandemic has been new or renewed partnerships – relationships of understanding and cooperation borne out of a shared experience. Despite... […]
  • Clergy in Motion – January 18
    Clergy in Motion, January 18 Appointments The Rev. Andrew Colman has been appointed Assistant Curate of Holy Trinity, Guildwood as of January 11, 2022. Vacant Incumbencies Clergy from outside the diocese with the permission of their bishop may apply through the Diocesan Executive Assistant, Canon Mary Conliffe. Bishop’s Direct Appointment Process – (receiving names): All... […]
  • Letter to the Diocese from Bishop Andrew
    Dear Friends, The heavens declare the glory of God, And the firmament shows God’s handiwork. One day tells its tale to another, And one night imparts its knowledge to another… Psalm 19, one of my favourites, anchors the Prayers at Mid-day liturgy in the BAS. I was reminded of this on Tuesday, when a clutch... […]
  • Bulletin Board Jan. 11
    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 Parishes reminded of Canon 6 procedures under governance pilot project The Diocese’s governance pilot project came into effect on Jan. 1. This means that Executive Board, Trusts Committee and Diocesan Council are suspended, replaced by Synod... […]
  • Churches close to in-person worship
    The College of Bishops has been prayerfully considering the unprecedented infection levels of COVID-19 and the Omicron variant currently affecting our province. As of Monday, January 10, 2022, the Diocese of Toronto will return to modified Red Stage Guidelines until the end of January. This means that our church buildings are closed to the public and... […]
  • Laity receive Order of the Diocese of Toronto
    The Order of the Diocese of Toronto, an award created in 2013, honours members of the laity in the diocese who have given outstanding service over a significant period of time in their volunteer ministry. We give thanks to God for the work and witness of these faithful people who, in the exercise of their... […]
  • Read the January issue of The Anglican
    In the January issue of The Anglican, read about the memorial service for Bishop Michael Bedford-Jones, get an update from the Bishop’s Committee on Intercultural Ministries and get all the coverage from Synod. Read it on Issuu Download it as a PDF The post Read the January issue of The Anglican appeared first on The […]
  • Diocesan offices close for Christmas
    The diocesan offices will close at noon on Dec. 24 and resume regular hours on Tuesday, Jan. 4. Merry Christmas! The post Diocesan offices close for Christmas appeared first on The Diocese of Toronto.
  • Bishops reaffirm local option for in-person worship
    Dear Friends, The College of Bishops met today and discussed the ongoing concerns around COVID-19 and its new highly transmissible Omicron variant. We know that some other dioceses in Ontario have decided to suspend in-person worship effective immediately. The bishops in the Diocese of Toronto are agreed that we will continue to offer local option: ... […]
  • Clergy in Motion – December 21
    Clergy in Motion, December 21 Appointments The Rev. Beverley Williams has been appointed Interim Priest-in-Charge of St. David, Donlands and St. Andrew, Japanese beginning January 1, 2022. The Rev. Canon Dr. Drew MacDonald has been appointed Interim Priest-in-Charge of St. John the Baptist, Oak Ridges beginning January 21, 2022. Vacant Incumbencies Clergy from outside the... […]

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