The December 2016 issue of The Messenger can be downloaded here.
A celebration service marking the 50th anniversary of the Diocese of Buyé, companion of the Edmonton diocese, was held at All Saints’ Cathedral in Buyé on Sunday, November 13, 2016.
Parishes throughout the diocese invite you to Advent and Christmas celebrations throughout November and December.
As Christians in our diocese and around the world await and prepare for the birth of Jesus, we are invited to create an Advent calendar together using social media.
Pictures sent to us the week of October 3rd by the Rev. Dominique Ciza show beds being built for the newly renovated and expanded maternity ward of Buyé Hospital.
Join us in welcoming our neighbours to experience Advent in our Season of Invitation.
On Tuesday, May 24, at 9:30 am, the EndPovertyEdmonton Task Force, will present to City Council its five-year Road Map for ending poverty in Edmonton.
Through the Canadian Blood Services (CBS) Partner for Life program, members of the Anglican Diocese of Edmonton have donated 68 units of blood this year. Our goal is to reach 100 units by December 31, 2016! Every minute of every day, someone in Canada needs blood. To help Team Anglican build Canada’s blood supply and reach our […]
Please spread the word! Campbell’s “Labels for Education” program is being terminated by the company. For many years, members of the Diocese of Edmonton, many of them A.C.W. ladies, collected Campbell’s soup labels, (231,319 since 2000) which were used by Belmead Elementary School in west Edmonton to ‘purchase’ items from the company’s catalogue. Labels […]
In our companion Diocese of Buyé, the Mothers’ Union organized a walk through Ngozi town to mark 16 Days of Activism against gender-based violence on November 29.
The 26th Sunday after Pentecost. https://youtu.be/PhlBEg9wGY0 bulletin-nov-13-2016
Reconciliation: A Road with Many Twists and Turns https://youtu.be/NLPJ3CAc2mA Q&A: https://youtu.be/_gUCPPAjoGs
This is particularly important for people working and living downtown Edmonton; Starting on November 1st, Hope Mission will be providing 24/7 shelter space for people in crisis who need rest, recovery, and referrals. It will be a safe, warm shelter to sleep in during the day – something that does not currently exist in Edmonton.150 […]
The November 2016 issue of The Messenger can be downloaded here.
One Effect of Smudging. Oct 23, 2016 was the second Standing Stones Eucharist held at St. John the Divine Anglican parish in Onoway AB. Oskâpêwis (Indigenous Cultural & Educational Helper) Sharon Pasula talks with a member of the parish, Janet Schumacher about her experience with the smudge in particular. https://youtu.be/htckzWNVqVI
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