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Diocesan Task Force on Physical Resources beginning work

Mike Burpee, chair of the Task Force on Physical Resources Our Diocese is committed to supporting parishes in their efforts to be mission-oriented and has a history of assisting parishes that are facing... Read More

Diocesan Business Administrator headed for VST

The tallest (by far) member of the diocesan staff, Business Administrator Mike Wellwood, is leaving to become the Director of Finance and Human Relations at the Vancouver School of Theology. Wellwood served in the... Read More

Bishop says continue HOC campaign

   Bishop Michael Ingham has urged Anglicans in the Diocese of New Westminster to continue contributing to the Honouring Our Commitment campaign and not “down tools” at this point. The Anglican Church of Canada and... Read More

St. John’s wins award for access

The City of Port Moody’s Community Care Committee has named St. John the Apostle in Port Moody the recipient of the 2005 Peter Hulbert Accessibility Award, the first time it has been given. The award recognizes... Read More

San Francisco Dean maintains certitude is the opposite of faith.

Dean Alan Jones, right, speaks with the Rev. Canon Bernard Barrett and Pauline Barrett at St. Philip’s, Vancouver, after the dean’s address. (Brenda Berck photo) In this personal response to a lecture by... Read More

PWRDF Unit has a lot happening

PWRDF Unit chair Peter Goodwin and national board member Denise Hambidge at a display at the PWRDF’s annual meeting in Orillia Mining disasters have made the news lately, and in 1958 it was a mining disaster... Read More

People

The Bishop last month appointed the Rev. April Stanley as interim priest-in-charge of All Saints, Ladner. She returned to the Diocese recently after a year’s study leave in California. Prior to that, April was... Read More

Editorial

Democracy is a word we’re hearing quite a bit about these days, and it should be noted that the Anglican Church is very much a representative democracy. Each diocesan leader, its bishop, is elected. Once elected,... Read More

History excites new archivist

  Melanie Wallace became the diocese’s archivist at the beginning of the year. Well, how to title a short introduction from the archives is not an easy task. A quick canvassing of my friends for an idea for a... Read More

Lent’s fasting will lead to the feast of Easter

In its earliest sense, Lent referred to the lengthening of days in the spring. The association of the term with fasting is more recent, especially in the English speaking world. But the custom of fasting in the days... Read More