Ordained to the Ministry of Deacon

On May 26, Bishop Susan Bell ordained 5 new deacons to serve God’s Church. The Reverend Tom Vaughan, co-rector of St. George’s, St. Catharines and

Cathedral Café to Keep its Doors Open

The City of Hamilton has asked that the Cathedral Café, a collaborative partnership between St. Matthew’s House and Christ’s Church Cathedral, to continue operating its

Anniversary Celebration Planned for Synod

In November, Anglicans from Arthur to Fort Erie and all points in between will gather at the Burlington Convention Centre for the 150th Synod of

Assistant Curates Reflect on Ministry

THE REVEREND MIKE DEGAN It is a unique opportunity in the Church today to be an assistant curate. My work as curate of St. George’s

Bishop Terry Brown: 1944–2024

Bishop Terry Brown, retired bishop of Malaita, died over the Easter weekend. Ordained in 1974 in the Diocese of Fredericton, he served a number of

Embracing the Mixed Ecology Parish

The Story of Our Saviour The Redeemer Stoney Creek Seeking to develop a mixed ecology parish church can feel daunting. Yet, in many ways, it

Bishop Bell’s Message for Easter

“Early in the morning on the first day of the week…” Dear friends, These words begin the story of life. They begin the story of

Jodey Porter Installed As Renison Chancellor

Renison University College installed Jodey Porter as its 10th Chancellor on Wednesday, November 29, 2023. Porter brings to her new role a long and esteemed

Order of Niagara Celebrates Faithful Lay Ministry

Each year the Order of Niagara recognizes the faithful dedication of lay people, honouring substantial contributions to ministry in their communities. Parishes are invited to

O Sacred Woods Now Wounded

The power of Christian singing paradoxically was testified by the second century critic of our faith, Celsus, who admitted that despite his qualms, “you just

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