February 2024

PWRDF offers a new Lenten resource

The Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund (PWRDF) and renowned biblical scholar Dr. Sylvia Keesmaat have created a free Lenten resource that focuses on health ...
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Church of the Epiphany, Gloucester, East Ottawa Deanery

A funny thing happened to the architecture of Anglican churches in the 1960s. It got religion. Or, to put it another way, people began thinking ...
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Paul Mugarura

Prayerfully rising to the challenge

As Bishop Shane outlined in his column on p. 2, the most recent Synod set two goals or challenges for every parish and congregation in ...
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Exterior of St. John's Innisville.

Parishioners say farewell to Innisville church

Parishioners are saying farewell to St. John’s Anglican Church, Innisville, which was officially disestablished on Dec. 12. It has been a long goodbye. The parish ...
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Sadio Sissoko performing

St. Stephen’s marks Black History Month with drumming, teaching, music and food

Mark your calendars for St. Stephen’s Black History Month festivities, featuring an interactive drumming session, a mouth-watering dinner highlighting African-Caribbean cultures, dynamic guest choirs, and ...
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St. Albans begins pilot project to address hunger on campus

When the Rev. Michael Garner began volunteering at the multi-faith chaplaincy office at the University of Ottawa in 2022, he was surprised by the number ...
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The Rev. Canon Ken Davis.

Perth group works to save affordable housing project

It’s one step forward and two steps back and never give up for the multi-year campaign by the Church of St James the Apostle to ...
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Archdeacon Imad Zoorob

“We are calling out for peace”

The Ven. Imad Zoorob brought greetings from Archbishop Hosam Naoum and the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem to Christ Church Cathedral in Ottawa on Jan. 7. ...
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Anglican Diocese of Ottawa launches Perspective, a new online newspaper

News in the Anglican Diocese of Ottawa will be travelling much faster in 2024. The monthly print issues of Crosstalk will continue to be delivered ...
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