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Black Anglicans Website for more information and YouTube link when available

Black Anglicans of Canada was established in 2018 to carry on the mission of Jesus towards equitable representation, participation, belongingness and empowerment of Black people within the Anglican Church of Canada. As part of the courageous conversations reignited across society after the tragic murder of George Floyd in 2020, the dedicated volunteers of Black Anglicans of Canada have done extensive work to educate the church on the shape of anti-Black racism in the Canadian context and church. We encourage you to visit our Black Anglicans of Canada YouTube channel if you have not yet viewed the array of informative programming produced last year.

This year we will be hosting a Black History Service to celebrate Black presence in Anglican churches across Canada. This will be the first time Black Anglicans will be gathering virtually from across Canada for this service which will be aired at 4:00 p.m. EST on Sunday, February 27th on YouTube.  The Annual Celebration of the Black Heritage of Our Church began in the Diocese of Toronto, 26 years ago and was inspired by the late Dr. Romney Moseley, whose life and witness we will remember this year, the 30th anniversary of his death.