46 hours of hiking time to raise funds for PWRDF!
YouTube link to the funeral service for Canon Michael.
Hiking in support of Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund!
Is God calling you to serve in Algoma?
Rest in peace, David, and may light perpetual shine upon him this day and always.
Join in the discussion and share your experiences of how the re-opening of our churches is going.
May you rest in peace and rise again in glory.
St. Michael and All Angels, Thunder Bay, receives great news!
The Rev. Canon Michael Hankinson – a peaceful passing for a gentle soul.
With Joy let us go up to the house of the Lord. Psalm 122
“I will instruct you and teach you in the way you should go; I counsel you with my loving eye on you.” Psalm 32:8
‘Let us go to the house of the Lord.’
Online training and fellowship opportunity-2020 Lay Readers Conference
John Sovereign, Incumbent of St. John’s Church, Schreiber from 1996-2006, has been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. Archbishop Anne reached out to him over the weekend, and he would very much appreciate prayers from his Algoma family and the wider church. After leaving Algoma, John served St. Thomas’ Church in Chilliwack,…
The Government of Canada launched a dedicated Matching Fund for the Lebanon crisis that will double the contributions of Canadians and support the relief work of the members of Canada’s Humanitarian Coalition, including the Canadian Foodgrains Bank. Through its membership in the Canadian Foodgrains Bank, PWRDF will be participating in…
Prayers ascending for another Algoma candidate for ordination!
Anti-Black Racism in the Canadian Context – join in the conversation!
Join in the discussion regarding the re-opening of our buildings in the fall.
As we prepare to reopen our buildings in the hope that we can begin in-person worship again on Sunday, September 6, please follow carefully the guidelines provided and make use of the resources helpful to your context.
Register NOW for the 2020 Lay Readers’ Conference…don’t miss out!
10 starting points to consider as we look towards a September re-opening
“Like living stones, let yourselves be built into a spiritual house.” (1 Peter 2:5)