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A Christmas message from Archbishop Anne Germond to the Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Dear Friends in Christ, “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God and the Word was God. He was in the beginning with God. All things came into being through him, and without him not one thing came into being. What has come into being in [...]

Reading buddies: Synod 2018 ministry videos

Our 2018 Synod featured three short video stories of ministry in our diocese. This week in the eNews we feature ‘reading buddies‘: As their parish covenant commitment, Christ Church Belleville started a literacy support program that focused on youth outreach in the local community. The parish partnered with Prince Charles [...]

2018 PWRDF Advent resources

Whether your church last week celebrated Reign of Christ Sunday, Stir Up Sunday or the Sunday Next Before Advent, there’s no denying that THIS Sunday is the first Sunday of Advent! PWRDF has great resources for young and old alike! This year’s Advent Reflections connect the amazing stories of women [...]

Full of Beans: Synod 2018 ministry videos

Our 2018 Synod featured three short video stories of ministry in our diocese. This week in the eNews we feature ‘Full of Beans‘: St. Paul’s, Brockville, started a food security program in 2017 called ‘Full of Beans.’ This Outreach to the local community teaches basic cooking skills and food preparation [...]

Anglicans awarded for service to their communities

Cathy Seymour, a parishioner at St. Mary Magdalene Church in Napanee, has been awarded the Sovereign’s Medal for Volunteers from the Governor General of Canada. Cathy was presented with the medal, which recognizes exceptional achievement of volunteers across the country, by Mayor Bill Lowry at a November 12 Loyalist Township [...]

This Sunday is Lay Reader Sunday

Lay Reader Sunday is November 17, 2018. It is an occasion for parishes to show an annual appreciation for their Lay Readers. Consider using Lay Reader Sunday as an ideal time to install or commission new Lay Readers or re-commission present Lay Readers upon changes in their service or clergy. [...]

Synod 2018 ministry videos

Our 2018 Synod featured three short video stories of ministry in our diocese. This week in the eNews we feature the Good Shepherd Legacy Project. From the parishes humble beginning in the late 1800’s serving the workers of Dominion Textile, to a mission of St. George’s Cathedral beginning in 1916, [...]

Anglican Reconciliation Connections Newsletter

Hot off the press — the Anglican Reconciliation Connections Newsletter for November! Reconciliation Animator Melanie Delva writes about treaties, the Indian Residential School Settlement Agreement and what’s ahead for reconciliation…[read more].

Community wide vigil for victims of Pittsburgh attach

All members of our diocese are invited to join with other faith leaders in Kingston for a community wide vigil being organized by the Kingston Jewish Council to be held in Confederation Basin, Kingston, beginning at 5 p.m. tomorrow (October 30) in honour of the victims of the senseless act [...]

Good Shepherd Legacy project needs painters

The new ministry centre at the Good Shepherd Legacy project is in need of interior painters inside, where there is heat! If you prefer to arrange for a meal, please contact Bill at Habitat for Humanity – intern@habitatkingston.com – #habitatforhumanity. Any training required will be provided on site (corner of [...]