There is one permanent part time job in the Diocese of New Westminster, one full time Executive Director's position associated with the Anglican Church of Canada and one full time ministry position on the Jobs page. Click to download the new application form for priests applying to parishes.
Please click the link to access a pdf copy of the October 2014 Topic. Please click Topic Deadlines and Guidelines to download the 2014 information. Submission deadline for the December 2014 issue is October 24th. Topic archives, 2013. Topic archives, 2012. Topic archives, 2011. Topic archives, 2010.
As a deacon and servant of Jesus Christ called to live out a vocation in the Diocese of New Westminster, I am thankful that more and more local Anglicans are becoming aware of the Metro Vancouver Alliance and are joining with this broad coalition of faith communities, labor unions and community organizations. As members of MVA we can have greater opportunities to build what Jesus and his followers call the “Reign of God” among us. Others may use different names, but the strengthening of social support networks that benefit not only the most vulnerable among us, but all of us is a work Christians are called to as part of the Mission of God.
The Diocesan Youth Movement invites any adults who work with young people in the Church to join us for a supportive and educational gathering. Together we will work through modules of the Canadian Anglican Youth Initiatives new Trailblazing online training program for youth ministry. Participants will have a chance to familiarize themselves with this program and work together to complete a course with leadership from the DYM team.
Saturday, October 4th we had a wonderful time welcoming our canine friends, as well as two majestic horses from the Vancouver Police Department. The horses arrived early, and were carefully groomed by their handlers, officers Darcy Henkel and Richard Vanstone. A crowd of children watched every move they made. Then the officers mounted their horses and rode around to the front doors of the church, facing Granville Street, and waited patiently for their blessing. It was a beautiful service to honour St Francis. As the People’s Warden noted, “It was such a pleasure to have so many dogs in the church and the horses on alert at the door. It was soul satisfying!”
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