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Black and white photo of St. Matthias under construction

Saint Matthias, Ottawa — Ottawa West Deanery

Here we see the massive structure of the Church of Saint Matthias taking shape, with construction well underway in Nepean Township in 1948. What may ...
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Chalice and bread

Holy Communion is a joyous gift

Lent is a precious gift of time in the midst of our often overly busy lives.  We are invited to intentionally step back from the ...
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Kitty Galt in front of a prayer wall

New Time of Prayer resources added online each month

TLehere was a lot of excitement at the past two Synods when members talked about finding new ways for Anglicans to engage with their communities ...
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Volunteers gathered outside the Dempsey women's shelter

St. Aidan’s and St. Thomas send gifts to Dempsey women’s shelter

St. Aidan’s Anglican Church teamed up with St. Thomas the Apostle Anglican Church to, once again, prepare gift bags for the women staying at the ...
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The Rev. Canon Alice Medcof

Remembering the Rev. Canon Dr. Alice Medcof

Anglicans in Canada and in many parts of the global Communion mourned the death in July 2023 of the Rev. Canon Dr. Alice Medcof, a ...
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The Ven. Linda Hill in her office at Ascension House in Ottawa.

Celebrating women’s leadership in the church

Looking ahead to International Women’s Day on March 8, Crosstalk spoke with Executive Archdeacon Linda Hill, the link for the ecclesiastical province of Canada in ...
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Black History Month display with photos and text at the Diocesan Archives.

Archives exhibit for Black History Month 2024

by Glenn J Lockwood Promised Land? 1833-1880 Two years ago, the Rev. Canon Hilary Murray proposed an exhibit to celebrate Black Anglicans in the Diocese ...
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(L to R)—Sister Louise Charbonneau of the Sisters of Charity, Garth Hampson, the Rev. Canon Allen Box, and the Rt. Rev. Peter Coffin

St. Vincent’s Hospital celebrates Garth Hampson’s 60 years of volunteering

For many years, there has been a continuing Anglican ministry at St. Vincent’s Hospital (SVH), and this tradition remains undiminished. On the second Monday of ...
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People sampling Asian foods from a buffet in St. Mark's church hall

Cultural field trips stimulate appetites and conversation

On a snowy evening in late January, about 30 hungry and curious souls arrived at the T&T Asian supermarket market on Hunt Club Road. As ...
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