• Pine Bay Base Camp Returns July 6-12, 2015!

    Register online at http://edmonton.anglican.org/camp/base-camp/

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Educational Chaplaincy Dinner 2015

The Anglican Educational Chaplaincy’s annual fundraising dinner and silent auction supports the ministry of the Diocese of Edmonton to the University of Alberta campus. Join us on Wednesday, May 6, 2015 at 5:30 pm at the University of Alberta Faculty Club, 11435 Saskatchewan Drive. For more info Click Here


Synod Scene February 23-28, 2015

Weekly Diocesan News Updates including Upcoming Diocesan and Parish Events and Events and Job Listings beyond the diocese.

First Nations in Alberta

Leaflet of F N in AB This pdf can be found at http://www.aadnc-aandc.gc.ca/DAM/DAM-INTER-AB/STAGING/texte-text/fnamarch11_1315587933961_eng.pdf In Alberta there are; *  45 First Nations in three treaty areas *  140 reserves *  Approximately 812,771 hectares of reserve land. The most commonly spoken First Nation languages are:  Blackfoot, Cree, Chipewyan, Dene, Sarcee, and Stoney (Nakoda Sioux). For more information […]

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“Creating Common Good” Economic Equality Conference

What can we – as individuals and as the Church – do about economic equality? The Edmonton diocese is offering, via webcast, the Trinity Institute conference “Creating Common Good,” March 20 and 21 at Good Shepherd Anglican Church, 15495 Castledowns Rd, Edmonton. Held originally at Trinity Episcopal Church in New York City, the conference provides hope and clear, practical directives that will give you the confidence to take action for economic change. Register at www.creatingcommongood.eventbrite.ca

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Synod Scene February 16-22, 2015

Weekly Diocesan News Updates including Upcoming Diocesan and Parish Events and Events and Job Listings beyond the diocese.

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Early Morning Commuters Receive “Ashes to Go”

Since 2010, more people each year have been reached by Ashes to Go – an initiative offering prayers, renewal and grace to train commuters and pedestrians on Ash Wednesday. This year, more than 550 people took pause at the start of their day to receive ashes from teams of Anglicans and Lutherans situated at five LRT stations, along 124th Street and at West Edmonton Mall, well surpassing last year’s total of 450.

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Ending Poverty Topic of Discussion at Voluntary Organizations’ Luncheon

On Thursday, February 12, Bishop Jane Alexander spoke at the Edmonton Chamber of Voluntary Organizations’ (ECVO) Luncheon Series on the work of the End Poverty Edmonton Task Force she co-chairs with Mayor Don Iveson.  The presentation was well received by the executive directors, and on Twitter Bishop Jane thanked the ECVO members for the “great conversations” […]

Synod Scene February 10-15, 2015

Weekly Diocesan News Updates including Upcoming Diocesan and Parish Events and Events and Job Listings beyond the diocese.


Habitat for Humanity Interfaith Build

Habitat for Humanity Edmonton is holding the Third Annual Interfaith Works Project in conjunction with the Capital Region Interfaith Housing Initiative. The official kick off will be March 26, 2015 and the build will wrap up on June 25. 2015. We invite all faith groups to participate and there are a number of ways you can be involved.



Interfaith Housing Initiative

A renewed commitment to Edmonton’s 10-Year Plan to End Homelessness is only meaningful if put into action, Bishop Jane Alexander told an assembly of the Capital Region Interfaith Housing Initiative in November. “This isn’t just a photo-op. If you’re not planning to do something, don’t sign [the Interfaith Statement],” the leader of the Anglican Diocese of Edmonton and co-chair of the Mayor’s End Poverty Edmonton Task Force told a gathering of faith leaders, civic officials and community members at Edmonton City Hall.


A Common Word Alberta

This local Christian-Muslim Dialogue group sponsored “Voices of Peace from Abraham’s Children”: A Jewish-Christian-Muslim event at Edmonton City Hall on December 7, 2014. http://www.acwalberta.ca/

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Musée Héritage Museum Exhibition and Program Information

Ingenuity and resourcefulness of the First Peoples of North America in a diversity of art forms seldom seen together. musée héritage museum, 5 St Anne St, St. Albert always has fascinating exhibitions.  Wus’kwiy/waskway – From berry baskets to souvenirs is no exception.  Guest curators Bill and Michelle Tracy are responsible for many of the phenomenal […]