Developed by youth ministers, Trailblazing is a new on-line youth ministry resource from the Anglican Church of Canada. Highly recommended.
Just in time for Shrove Tuesday's pancakes and Ash Wednesday's ashes, the D of NW's adjunct website holidayservices.ca is now active with over two dozen listings.
Please circulate this information broadly to let everyone know that all are welcome to attend worship and events in the parishes of the Diocese of New Westminster.
Please click the link to access a pdf copy of the March, 2014 TOPIC. Please click Topic Deadlines and Guidelines to download the 2014 information. Submission deadline for the May 2014 issue is March 28th. Topic archives, 2013. Topic archives, 2012. Topic archives, 2011. Topic archives, 2010.
The Vancouver Sun coverage by: Reporter/Columnist Douglas Todd, Video Editor, Francis Georgian and Photographer Jenelle Schneider of the Consecration of Melissa Skelton on March 1st. Click the links to access
Deadline for submissions is April 30th, 2014.
NOMINATION INFORMATION 2014
With ancient ceremony, under the sails of the Vancouver Convention Centre, and before 1300 plus Anglicans and their guests, Melissa Skelton was ordained a bishop of the Anglican Church of Canada on March 1.
More than 30 gathered in the Parish Hall of St. Agnes’, North Vancouver on March 8th, 2014, for the second of three scheduled Stewardship & Community Seminars for 2014, presented by the Stewardship and Gift Development Committee of the Diocese. The committee is chaired by Tony Sauder of St. Catherine’s, Port Coquitlam and the staff support person is Glen Mitchell, Stewardship and Gift Planning Director. The Reverend Stephen Muir, Incumbent of St. Agnes’ is also a member of the committee and has had significant input in the programming of the 2014 Stewardship Seminars.
February 23rd, 2014, was the day the Canadian Men’s Olympic Hockey team defended their 2010 Gold Medal with a rather businesslike 3-0 win over the Swedish Men’s team in Sochi, Russia. It was also the second day of a weekend that was memorable for a steady deluge of wet snow that by the Sunday morning had blanketed much of the Vancouver area. This was also the day that St. David of Wales, situated in East Vancouver’s Sunrise Neighbourhood came to the end of its 44 years of Mission and Ministry in a 109 year old church building that had previously been home to the parishes of All Saints and St. Saviour’s.
The second of three in a series of Anglican-Roman Catholic Dialogues will be held on Sunday afternoon, March 23 at Holy Trinity Cathedral in New Westminster. Organizers were overwhelmed by the favourable response to the first event which took place at St. Helen's Roman Catholic Church in January when 100 people answered the invitation to "Meet Your Relatives."
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