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The Most Reverend Fred Hiltz has sent a message concerning the shootings in Ottawa October 22nd.
Bishop Melissa has sent the following message out on the diocesan twitter feed:
"My heart goes out to the two Canadians in the military who have died and their families. Please pray for them and for a cease to terrorism in our country and in all countries."
On Saturday, October 18th, 130+ people joined in community at St. Dunstan’s Anglican Church in Aldergrove for a workshop titled, Stewardship in Community: The Benedictine Way. The subtitle read, Resources for Creating a Pathway of Life. I try to take the glass-half-full track. “Now, how hard can that be, really?” Our day was spent answering that question and learning about tools for creating a pathway of life.
Over 60 leaders and young people from BC and Alberta descended upon Cranbrook this past Thanksgiving weekend. They travelled from far and wide; crossing mountain ranges, time zones, the straight of Georgia, and for some the street outside their house, to finally arrive at Christ Church Anglican. They gathered for the BC and Yukon Anglican –breath– Youth Movement’s (BCYAYM) Fall Conference: Wanderers.
All Saints, Agassiz celebrated its 6th annual Peace Officers & First Responders Appreciation Day Sunday, Oct. 26th with record attendance, spilling over from the old church into the connecting hall. The idea for this celebration came to parishioner Leroy Burden years ago while working at the Agassiz and Hope police detachments. Working closely with the officers, he soon realized they were not getting credit for what they were doing. For months, Leroy has again worked towards getting representatives of the various services that provide our day to day security interested in attending this year’s event
This past September, Bishop Melissa Skelton appointed me as Anglican Chaplain of College and University Students in the Diocese of New Westminster. It is a great privilege and I feel extremely honoured.
Throughout the years, colleagues involved with campus ministry, especially at Simon Fraser University and the University of British Columbia, have initiated many evangelistic endeavors on and off campus. I will try to continue their work in engaging Anglican students in conversations of faith and opportunities for service.
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