Wardens and Treasurers Training Day 2018

Approximately 75 wardens, treasurers and priests in charge representing a significant percentage of diocesan parishes gathered for the 2018 edition of the Wardens and Treasurers Training Day at the Synod Office in... Read More


Bishop Skelton in Port Moody

Many thanks to the Reverend Stephanie Shepard, priest-in-charge of St. John the Apostle for forwarding these great photos indicating the warm welcome that Bishop Skelton received while visiting her Port Moody... Read More


Congratulations to Betty and Don – 68 Years

It seems fair to say that Don and Betty Stebbing were early adopters in the life and witness of the Church. In the 1930s Don’s attendance at  St. George’s, North Kamloops Sunday School was 100%. Meanwhile Betty... Read More



Robert (Bob) Montague Jones May 15, 1935 – November 22, 2017 Bob Jones, ODNW died peacefully at the Richmond General Hospital with his loving wife Pauline by his side. Bob and Pauline celebrated their 60th wedding... Read More

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May 2018 Topic

Please click this link to download a high resolution PDF of the May 2018 issue of Topic. The deadline for the September issue is July 20, 2018. (Topic and the Anglican Journal are not published in July and August)... Read More

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Blessed Are the Dead Who Die in the Lord

“Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the source of all mercy and the God of all consolation . . . “   With these words the Rev. Richard Leggett, Priest in Charge of St. Mark’s, Kitsilano, and... Read More


South Van Neighbourhood Walk

On Saturday, April 14 from 1-3pm, the MVA Social Inclusion Project led by co-chair, Jayne Fenrich of St. Thomas, Vancouver organized the South Van Intergenerational Neighbourhood Walk. Sponsored by Metro Vancouver... Read More


The Reverend Joseph Parker, Priest - 1928-2018

Born in County Kilkenny, Ireland, October 9, 1928, the Reverend Joe Parker, died at age 89 on Saturday, April 21, 2018, in Penticton BC. He is survived by his wife, Dorothy, son, Roger (an Anglican priest),... Read More

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Toronto Weeps

So often it is somewhere else – New York, Boston, Paris, London, Brussels, Frankfurt, Jerusalem, Yemen… Yesterday it happened here at home. An attack at mid-day in North York – an attack that can only be described... Read More


The Reconciliation Feast

In September, 2017, St. James’ Anglican Church in the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver held a Reconciliation Feast to bring together parishioners and survivors of Canada’s Residential Schools who live in Vancouver. ... Read More