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  • Letter to the Diocese from Bishop Andrew
    Dear Friends, On Friday, while driving through the University of Toronto campus, I noticed a large crowd of people gathered around Robarts Library. At first, I wondered if it was a protest, a march or a demonstration. As I drew nearer to the intersection, it became clear that this was something different. There were no... […]
  • Clergy in Motion – May 10
    Clergy in Motion, May 10 Appointments The Rev. Harold Shepherd has been appointed Interim Priest-in-Charge of St. David, Donlands and St. Andrew, Japanese as of May 1, 2022. The Rev. Susanne McKim has been appointed Interim Priest-in-Charge of St. John the Baptist (Dixie) as of May 3, 2022, while the Incumbent is on leave. The... […]
  • Letter to the Diocese from Bishop Andrew
    Dear Friends, World Refugee Day is designated by the United Nations for June 20 of every year. But because June is already full of other observances that deserve attention, I have designated Sunday, May 15, 2022, as the day when the Diocese of Toronto can give dedicated focus to the work of refugee sponsorship and... […]
  • Bulletin Board May 3
    Bulletin Board is the Diocese’s bi-weekly e-bulletin for clergy and lay leaders. To submit an item, email Diocesan business Committee provides update on property development model The Property Committee, a standing committee of Synod Council, has a mandate to establish and recommend a property development policy for the Diocese and develop a systematic approach to... […]
  • Letter to the Diocese
    Dear Friends in Christ: Last week’s announcement from the Anglican Church of Canada about Mark MacDonald’s admission of sexual misconduct, and his resignation as National Indigenous Archbishop, was a deeply painful moment for our Church. We share in the feelings of grief, sorrow and anger that have resulted from this revelation. We know that these... […]
  • Read the May issue of The Anglican
    In the May issue of The Anglican, learn about the upcoming Refugee Sunday, see the full results from the 2021 FaithWorks campaign and read a local priest’s fictional take on church life. Read it on Issuu Download it as a PDF The post Read the May issue of The Anglican appeared first on The Diocese […]
  • Archives Awareness A-Z
    Archives Awareness A-Z   We’re joining the Archives of Ontario in its #ArchivesAtoZ month-long campaign. The aim is to increase the public’s awareness of archives and their collections. We’ll be sharing four posts throughout this month showcasing items from our holdings or providing information about Archives terminology based on each letter of the alphabet. This... […]
  • Clergy in Motion – April 26
    Clergy in Motion, April 26 Appointments The following ordinands have been appointed Assistant Curate in these parishes, after their ordination on May 1: Jake Cunliffe (Southern Ohio) – St. Mary Magdalene – June 18 Louise Dightam – Prince of Peace, Wasaga Beach, with particular appointment to the South Georgian Bay Regional Ministry – August 7... […]
  • Bishop urges support of Spirit Garden project
    By Stuart Mann Anglicans across the diocese are being encouraged to give to a special memorial in Toronto that honours the survivors and those who died at Canada’s Residential Schools. The Spirit Garden is planned for the southwest corner of Nathan Phillips Square, a highly visible area near city hall.  At the centre of the... […]
  • Letter to the Diocese from Bishop Andrew
    Dear Friends, Happy Easter! And, not unrelated, happy Earth Day! Today, April 22, is recognized around the world as Earth Day. As always, I encourage parishes to celebrate God’s gift of creation this coming Sunday, on Rogation Sunday (May 22) or at any time, through appropriate hymns and prayers, and perhaps even an outdoor worship... […]



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