Derek shaves for a good cause

Parishioners at Saint Catherine of Alexandria in Port Coquitlam had noticed Derek Weir's growing hair. By early March, Derek had a very impressive mop. One Sunday morning. Derek stood before the congregation and... Read More

Book Reviews

Spirit and science can indeed co-exist Thank God for Evolution! by Michael Dowd (Council Oak books: San Francisco, 2007), 358 pages, $31.50. Reviewed By David Findley-Price, Church of the Holy Spirit, Whonnock Have... Read More

All Saints serves in cold weather

All Saints Church, Mission, a community emergency shelter All Saints, Mission, has been certified as a place of refuge for homeless and others when an extreme weather emergency occurs-and recently opened up for... Read More

127 Housing Society chosen

The 127 Housing Society has been selected as sponsors for development of its fourth housing project in downtown Vancouver by BC Housing. Hilda Gregory of Christ Church Cathedral, chair of the society, says the... Read More

Cathedral congregation will continue to feed hungry

Christ Church Cathedral will revise way it feeds the hungry to comply with public health regulations. The parish’s “Sandwich Project” program, which has operated on weekdays for 12 years without incident, has... Read More

Nine priests, two deacons, hand in their licences from the Bishop

Bishop Michael Ingham has received the relinquishment of licences from nine priests and two deacons. “While it is always sad when anyone leaves the Anglican Church of Canada, I appreciate that they have made their... Read More

Archbishop of Canterbury recognizes only Anglican Church of Canada

The Archbishop of Canterbury has said the only church body in Canada that belongs to the Anglican Communion is the Anglican Church of Canada.  But that and a specific request to a “brother Primate” from the head of... Read More

Urban pilgrimage attracts many youth

The DYM Youth Pilgrimage included Eucharist with Dean Peter Elliott when youth arrived at Christ Church Cathedral If you had cause to be wandering past Christ Church Cathedral at 6.45am on Sunday March 2; you... Read More

UN meeting finds equality still absent for world's women

I attended the fifty-second meeting of the Commission on the Status of Women at the United Nations in New York along with eleven other Canadian Anglicans from across the country. I was part of a group of 2,000... Read More

Cause for Cautious Optimism

I'm not easily shocked. Still, the sound of my jaw hitting my desk may have been heard throughout Vancouver a few days ago when something I read truly shocked me. In an effort to comprehend conservative and... Read More