Two news items from Thorneloe for your attention.
Here are some worship and prayer resources that households in Algoma are encouraged to use during the Easter Season.
Let us make a joyful noise! Ring our bells at 9 a.m. Easter Sunday!
The Stations of the Cross is a traditional devotional service engaged around the globe during Lent and Holy Week.
Five versions are provided, the first of which will be led by Archbishop Anne in her daily live-stream on Monday of Holy Week, 5:00 p.m.
Care of our vacant buildings during the pandemic!
Lay Readers invited to participate in a Zoom meeting with the Archbishop
These services have been designed for us to share in together as a Diocese across Algoma. Some are designed for household use, and others to follow along as Archbishop Anne broadcasts to us from St. Luke’s Cathedral in Sault Ste. Marie.
Diocesan-wide worship services to be live-streamed from St. Luke’s Cathedral
A call to prayer – March 31st at 3 p.m.
Help for congregations with their financial givings!
Resources and coping strategies during COVID-19 pandemic
Resources available so we may continue worshiping together online!
The LORD is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit.
“A Word from One is a Word from All”
Joan Morris to be ordained (God willing) at service in Northern Lights.
The Algoma Anglican will soon be in circulation again!
May God give you for every storm a rainbow…
Dear Algoma friends, The Rev. Canon Muriel Hornby (Church of the Redeemer, Thessalon) has been re-admitted to hospital after suffering a stroke. Her family is requesting prayers for her and for wisdom and compassion in her medical team as they provide care for her. “Heal me, O Lord, and I…
Although we are apart, we are still one body in Jesus Christ!
NOTE cancellations in the Diocese of Algoma.
Dear People of God, on behalf of the Bishops of Ontario, I am writing to say how grateful we are for the way in which you have so readily responded to the new guidelines with respect to protective measures in our
churches during this season when COVID – 19 is affecting so many people around the world.