Hundreds Accept Ashes to Go

On Ash Wednesday, February 10, more than 520 Edmonton commuters embraced a unique opportunity to connect with their Christian faith amidst the forces of daily life


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Cathedral Anniversary Concert

The 140th Anniversary of All Saints’ Cathedral will be celebrated on Wednesday, June 24, 2015, 7:00 pm, with Johann Sebastian Bach’s “The Well-Tempered Clavier – Book One.” This world premiere concert features 24 Preludes and Fugues orchestrated for strings, woodwinds, brass and choir by Michael Massey. Tickets available at All Saints’ Cathedral. For more info,  visit: POSTER

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Bishop Jane Named Woman of Distinction for Advocacy

Bishop Jane Alexander, Co-Chair of the Mayor’s Task Force to End Poverty, was honoured for her advocacy work at the 33rd Annual YWCA Women of Distinction Awards, held May 28 at the Edmonton Expo Centre.

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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.