From Sunday, March 12 to Saturday, March 18 Bishop Jane and Tim Alexander are visiting the Diocese of Buyé, which is the Anglican Diocese of Edmonton’s partner diocese in Burundi. Burundi is a land-locked country in east-central Africa, sharing borders with Rwanda, Tanzania and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Burundi is dealing with famine […]
The Anglican Diocese of Edmonton, Capital Region Housing Interfaith Housing Initiative and EndPovertyEdmonton (EPE) have teamed up to provide a new resource for Edmonton’s religious and spiritual communities.
Please pray for our brothers and sisters in our companion diocese of Buyé who, after an extremely dry growing season, are now facing famine for the first time in many years.
“God created humans in his image, and gave us the responsibility to care for creation as he would. This task can feel overwhelming or as if one individual’s actions don’t matter, but, “The Truth is, that changing light bulbs, while a good start, simply is not enough to restore balance to the creation. We must […]
Stories can be medicine for communities, for families and for individuals in the work of healing, reconciliation and building new and right relationships. In response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s 94 Calls to Action, the Diocese of Edmonton’s Indigenous Ministries Initiative and Bleeding Heart Art Space are collaborating on Maskihkîy âcimowin/Medicine Stories, a new […]
Edmonton City Council has approved funding to advance the EndPovertyEdmonton plan to break the cycle of poverty for 10,000 people in 5 years – the first step along the journey to ending poverty in Edmonton in a generation.
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.