April 2024 Issue

Artist's rendering of the proposed LeBreton Flats project.

Diocese donates $75,000 to support Indigenous housing in LeBreton project

St. John the Evangelist parishioners holding candles at the outdoor peace vigil in downtown Ottawa on March 6.

Praying for peace

As news of starvation mixed with already overwhelming levels of destruction and death in Gaza, Anglicans were among Christians from diverse denominations gathered at Knox ...
The Edicule, covering the site of Christ’s tomb

There is always more than we can see

The Risen Christ first appeared to women—as attested by the gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. This striking placement of women in the very ...
Lynn Williams, Marsha Fisher and Tabea Silverthorne

St. Paul’s Hazeldean-Kanata celebrates its 150th anniversary

Inaugurated in 1874, St. Paul’s Hazeldean-Kanata celebrated its 150th anniversary on Sunday, Feb. 25.  “St. Paul’s history begins with Irish settlers who arrived here in ...
Dean Beth Bretzlaff speaking in Christ Church Cathedral

Ottawa hosts the North American Cathedral Deans’ Conference

Dean Beth Bretzlaff and a team from Christ Church Cathedral have been preparing for months the 2024 North American Cathedral Deans’ Conference, which will take ...
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Clergy and staff news

The Rev. Dr. Caroline (Caz) Ducros has been appointed Incumbent of the Parish of Chelsea-Lascelles-Wakefield, effective May 1. The Rev. Mark Lewis has been appointed ...
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St James optimistic as Perth council changes affordable housing policy

St. James the Apostle’s affordable housing project in Perth is back on track. Two motions passed by Perth’s Town Council have left the St. James ...
Screen shot photo of Sid Sharpe with smaller photos of Leigh Anne Williams and Donna Rourke.

Youth talk about a more inclusive, accessible world

The diocesan Youth Internship Program (YIP) provides participants with many different types of learning opportunities through work experience, mentorships, as well as faith formation discussions ...
Six people at a long table at the front of the church.

St. Mark’s wraps up a rich Black History Month

St. Mark’s Anglican Church in Ottawa offered abundant gifts to help observe Black History Month in February — an eloquent guest speaker for each Sunday ...
Stock photo of person kayaking in rapids

Abide in my love

Sadly, the truth of it is that it is hard enough for me to love those who love me, let alone those who do not.  ...

All Saints, Petawawa — Deanery of the Northwest

Petawawa is first mentioned in 1887 as a station of the Anglican Upper Ottawa Mission, based at Pembroke. A cornerstone for a church at Petawawa ...
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Archives to the rescue

Generally, the work of the Archives does not have the same urgency as the Anglican Community Ministries such as Belong Ottawa, Cornerstone or Centre 105 ...
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