The editor of the Algoma Anglican, the Rev. Peter Simmons, has advised that, due to lack of copy, there will be no April edition of the paper. The next deadline for the May edition is April 1st.
The Rev. Peter Simmons, Editor-Algoma Anglican, is requesting assistance from across the diocese. Share your stories and/or pictures with everyone! Deadline for the April edition is March 1st.
The Arrangements Letter for Synod delegates is now available on the Diocesan website.
Congratulations to Mrs. Ann Abraham and Mr. David Moore, two long-time summer parishioners of Christ Church, Gregory in the Deanery of Muskoka who have been named to the Order of the Diocese of Toronto for their outstanding service, over a significant period of time, to their volunteer lay ministries.
Archbishop Anne Germond announces the following ministry changes to Christ Church/St. Peter’s, Sault Ste. Marie and St. Mary’s, Nipigon.
Archbishop Anne Germond is saddened to announce that Archdeacon Mark Conliffe (Thunder Bay) died in the early morning of February 2nd, 2019 at Health Sciences Centre in Thunder Bay surrounded by his family.
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Archbishop Anne Germond is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Carol Knox as Diocesan representative to the Anglican Fellowship of Prayer effective immediately.
We have a new deacon in the church! The Rev. Lana Grawbarger is a descendant of Chief Shingwauk and has been doing the ministry of a deacon in Garden River for many years.
We are saddened to announce that the Venerable Mark Conliffe (Thunder Bay) is in failing health and under the care of a palliative care team in hospital.
Archbishop Anne Germond is pleased to announce that five new Canons of St. Luke’s Cathedral will be installed at the opening service of Diocesan Synod 2019 on May 8th. These five individuals have contributed to the life and ministry of our Diocese over several years and the Archbishop is thankful that she is able to honour them in this way.
Information and registration for the 2019 ACW ANNUAL is now available on the Diocesan website.
The Thorneloe Board of Governors is pleased to announce the appointment of the Rev. Canon Dr. John Gibaut as President, Provost and Vice-Chancellor of Thorneloe University effective June 1, 2019.
“JUSTICE, AND ONLY JUSTICE” – Daily devotions for the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2019
Please see correspondence below from Dr. Jesse Zink, Principal of Montreal Diocesan Theological College about a day-long program you can engage with via the internet.
Archbishop Anne Germond announces that yesterday, at Emmaus Anglican Church (Sault Ste. Marie), the Rev. Pam Rayment advised the congregation of her calling to a new position.
Archbishop Anne Germond is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms. Alison Weir as Diocesan Warden of Lay Readers effective immediately.
We are saddened to announce the deaths of the Rev. Morley Clark and Rev. Ken Amer
Your invitation to the ordination service for Lana Grawbarger in Garden River
Archbishop Anne is sharing her February message in the Algoma Anglican with us online beforehand in preparation for upcoming vestry meetings.
Congratulations to Austin Hunt, former warden of St. John’s Church, Kagawong, named to the Order of Canada!
Christmas Greetings (2018) from Archbishop Anne and the Synod Office Staff
Archbishop Anne is pleased to announce that, God-willing, on the Feast of Timothy and Titus – January 26th 2019, Ms. Lana Grawbarger will be ordained to the sacred order of vocational deacons in Christ’s church.
The Ven. Mark Conliffe was admitted to Thunder Bay hospital yesterday. Ena, his wife, and their family are requesting prayers from their Diocesan family.
Christmas greetings from Archbishop Anne and Colin Germond.
The Diocese of Algoma Synod Office will close for Christmas at noon on Friday, December 21st, 2018 and re-open in the New Year on Wednesday, January 2nd, 2019 at 9:00 a.m.
We are saddened to announce that The Rev. Ted Reinhardt, a retired priest living in Elliot Lake, died peacefully on December 2, 2018 at the St. Joseph’s Hospital in Elliot Lake at the age of 86.