ANiC 2009 synod and conference, November 11-13 ...
The Anglican Network in Canada will hold our 2009 synod and fall conference in St Catharines, Ontario, November 11-13. Hotel accommodation has been arranged in Niagara Falls at Sheraton-on-the-Falls. The event will include a celebration banquet on November 11 and the consecration of three bishops on November 13. See information.
Christ Church Jerusalem’s 200th anniversary tour comes to
Vancouver & Victoria ...
Representatives from Christ Church Jerusalem, the Rev Jess Cantelon (ANiC) and Kelvin Crombie, will be in BC in November 2009, telling the fascinating history of their work in Jerusalem – a history that involved Wilberforce, Shaftsbury, Spurgeon and the Wesleys. Kelvin, who is very knowledgeable on the subject, will also discuss the role Protestants have played in the Holy Land in recent times and how God is moving today in the Holy Land to accomplish His purposes. It is an amazing and faith-building story of faith and courage. Don’t miss it!
November 7, 9:30am to 1pm – Church of Our Lord (REC), 626 Blanshard Street
November 8, 8:30am to 10:15am – The Open Gate (ANiC), 1289 Parkdale Drive (Lighthouse Christian Academy)
November 9, 7:30pm, St John’s Shaughnessy (ANiC), 1490 Nanton Ave, Vancouver
November 10, 7:30pm, St Simon’s (at a home in N Vancouver), 2630 Walpole Cres
Prayer conference at Christ’s Church (Oceanside) ...
The Rev Garth Hunt, ANiC’s prayer ministry coordinator, will be holding meetings at Christ’s Church (Oceanside) on Vancouver Island the weekend of October 30 – November 1, 2009. For information on this conference, entitled “Pursuing Intimacy with God”, please contact Christ’s Church by email or by calling (250) 248-6548. If you’re interested in inviting Garth to hold a prayer seminar in your parish, please email him.
Youth Leadership Conference, St John’s (Shaughnessy)
August 31 – September 3, 2009 ...
This four-day conference for youth leaders and potential youth leaders (whether volunteers or employed) is a life-changing time of Bible teaching and ministry preparation. Participants must be entering grade 11 or older. Past participants rave about the event. Chris Ley, a volunteer youth leader calls it, “…a phenomenal resource for anyone who is passionate about bringing the good news of the gospel to youth in an effective and engaging way."
ACiC hosts spiritual retreat in Vancouver area – July 24-27, 2009 ...
The Anglican Coalition in Canada (ACiC) – a partner diocese with ANiC in the Anglican Church in North America – is holding a three-day spiritual retreat with keynote speakers the Rev David Rich (Anglican Mission in the Americas) and the Rev Rod Ellis (Reformed Episcopal Church). Music, youth and children’s ministries are included. For more details and to register, see the brochure.
St Matthias & St Luke’s celebrate 12th anniversary with an evening of praise
and thanksgiving ...
The ANiC Parish of St Matthias & St Luke invite all ANiC churches in the Lower Mainland to join them on Tuesday, June 30, 2009, at 8 pm for a concert of praise and thanksgiving to God led by St Matthias & St Luke’s praise team and choir. There will be a time of fellowship after the praise concert. Please come and join us in giving thanks to our wonderful God. See poster for more information.
Time: June 30, 8pm
Location: 680 West 49th Avenue, Vancouver
ACNA provincial assembly, June 22-25 2009, Bedford, Texas ...
Many people have worked for years to see the creation of a biblical, missionary and united Anglican Church in North America. With the inaugural assembly of the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA) that vision has become a reality. ANiC is one of 28 dioceses in ACNA and has sent delegates to the assembly. You can learn more about ACNA, the assembly, the primate of ACNA, the dioceses and more here.
AEN parishioner to lead prayer conference in Stayner, June 19-20, 2009 ...
Good Shepherd (Stayner, ON), an Anglican Church of Canada parish, is hosting a prayer conference that promises to be very worthwhile. The conference will be led by Jane Jones, who is the National Prayer Coordinator for Anglican Renewal Ministries (ARM) and a parishioner at AEN parish St Peter’s (Okotoks). Full details are available on the church website.
St Chad’s (Toronto) celebrates 100 years – June 21, 2009 ...
On Sunday, June 21, St Chad’s celebrates its 100th anniversary with a service of celebration at 11am. All those in the Toronto area are invited. The Rev Stan Fowler, academic Dean and Professor of Theology at Heritage Seminary, will preach. Reception follows in the church hall. St Chad’s meets at 24 Innes Ave. (Caledonia south of Rogers Rd) – with convenient TTC access and parking. For more information, call 416-653-2338 or 905-873-6973.
St Chad’s was begun in 1909 as a mission and provided a parish home for many newcomers to Canada from England. Since then, many have made St Chad’s home. Children have been taught, young people confirmed, couples married, and families given the comfort of a Christian hope. As its neighbourhood developed, St. Chad’s continued to welcome newcomers.
St Chad’s centennial celebration will mark both 100 years of history as well as a new beginning with the ANiC under the guidance of Bishop Don who came for confirmation last fall and Bishop Malcolm who led our parish mission. The people of St Chad’s are also celebrating their connection with countless faithful Anglican Christians who, over the years, thought it important to meet together, worship the Lord, educate their children and make a difference in our city.
Niagara Essentials conference on Youth and the Church – June 6, 2009 ...
Niagara Essentials is hosting a conference on June 6. Dr John Bowen will explore why youth leave the church and why they come back. There will be afternoon workshops and a prayer and praise fellowship. A light lunch is included.
Date: June 6, 10 am – 3:30 pm
Location: Compass Point Bible Church, 2501 Eaglesfield Drive, Burlington, Ontario
Cost: $25 / person (includes lunch); Attendees are asked to bring a canned food donation
Register: Email firstname.lastname@example.org, call 1-866-972-2937 or mail This Day Events, PO Box 688, Virgil, Ontario LOS 1TO
St John’s Richmond pilots new “Bible in a Day” course – May 30, 2009 ...
St John’s Richmond is developing and hosting a one-day seminar called “Bible in a Day”. The Rev Sean Love says, “God has given us this vision as a means of engaging our community. So many people – both outside and even inside the church – understand very little of the Biblical story.” The seminar will take a narrative and theological approach to the storyline of Scripture, offering a clear, coherent – “jargon-free – overview of the Bible designed for adults with little church background.
On May 30, St John’s will hold a "dress-rehearsal" to fine tune the day. Then later in the year, it will be run again with full-scale advertising in the community. “Over time,” Sean says, “we hope to leverage the day by adding new 'tracks' that will explore Biblical themes in a deeper way, developing new Bible teachers, and involving other churches in Richmond.” For more information, see the course brochure.
Christ’s Church (Nanoose Bay, BC) holding mission with Steve James ...
From Wednesday, May 25 through Sunday, May 31, 2009, Christ’s Church will host a mission with noted British singer, songwriter, worship leader and evangelist Steve James. Events include a Devonshire tea, coffee parties, a youth event, a men’s breakfast, a barbeque on the beach and Pentecost Sunday worship. The highlight of the week will be a dinner and concert on Friday evening, May 29. See poster for information.
Day of Praise – May 22, 2009 ...
Bishop Donald Harvey and Executive Archdeacon Charlie Masters have proclaimed an ANiC Day of Praise for May 22. Earlier this year, following the Biblical model, we held a Day of Prayer and Fasting. Now, again following the example of 2Chronicles 20, we will join together in a day of praising and worshiping Almighty God. Please read the letter for more information – and join us!
Anglican Church in North America Holy Saturday Choral Evensong,
April 11, 2009, Burlington ...
Six ANiC parishes in the “Golden Horseshoe” are partnering with the Anglican Coalition in Canada and the Reformed Episcopal Church in holding a Holy Saturday Choral Evensong at 4pm on April 11 at 4 pm at the Crossroads Centre, 1295 North Service Rd, Burlington. See information.
Prayer seminar in St John’s, April 16-18, 2009 ...
The Rev Garth Hunt, ANiC’s national prayer coordinator is launching the prayer ministry with a seminar on prayer in St John’s, NL on April 16-18. Entitled ‘Pursuing intimacy with God’, the seminar is co-hosted by St Stephen the Martyr and Church of the Good Samaritan. For information see the brochure.
Bishop Ron Ferris launches Langley BC church plant ...
An information meeting for those interested in being involved will be help on Saturday April 18, 2009, at 3 pm in Langley. See poster for more information.
Joint Anglican Holy Saturday Choral Evensong, April 11, 2009, Burlington ...
ANiC is partnering with the Anglican Coalition in Canada and the Reformed Episcopal Church in holding a Choral Evensong on April 11 in Burlington, Ontario. See more information here.
Tours of the Holy Land planned for April 2009 ...
The Rev Sharon Hayton (rector of St Mary’s in Victoria, an ANiC parish) is hosting a 15-day tour to Israel, 26 April – 10 May 2009. See more information.
Clergy retreat, 3-5 March 2009 ...
Once again, the annual ANiC clergy retreat will be held at beautiful Cedar Springs – about an hour’s drive from Vancouver, just across the US border. This has been an incredible but intense year in which many have been tested and stretched. Perhaps you are hearing Christ say, "Come with me by yourselves to a quiet place and get some rest." (Mark 6:31 NIV) For full details, see clergy retreat flyer. See clergy retreat agenda.
Charlie Master’s speaking engagements ...
Monday, January 26, 2009, 7 pm, Edmonton, AB – Charlie will be speaking at Mill Woods Assembly (2225 66 St, Edmonton) as part of “The Contest for Truth” conference which runs January 25-28. His topic is The Contest for Truth in Church.
Thursday, February 5, 2009, 9:30 am, Kitchener, ON – Charlie will address a pastor’s coffee seminar held at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church (137 Queen St. S., Kitchener) on the topic of Are Evangelicals Next? What Evangelicals Must learn from Conservative Anglicans on Homosexuality. For information and to register, email the Rev. Roy Hamel or phone 519-836-3151. Cost $15.
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