Call for a Review of the Columbia River Treaty

Lutheran and Anglican leaders write to Prime Minister Harper and President Obama Leaders of the four Lutheran and Anglican churches in full communion in Canada and the United States: National Bishop Susan Johnson (Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada), Archbishop Fred … Continue reading

Read All About Us In The Anglican Journal

A Lutheran, an Anglican, and a United walk into a church…  This article by André Forget posted to The Anglican Journal on May 13, 2015 is a wonderful way to celebrate the approval of the Shared Ministry Agreement and By-laws by all … Continue reading

22 Days of Prayer and Renewal of the Anglican Church’s Commitment for Reconciliation

Anglican Church Leadership Invites the Church into an Intentional Time of Discernment The Archbishop and Primate, Fred Hiltz, and the National Indigenous Anglican Bishop, Mark L. MacDonald, give the background and description of the “22 Days” planned for the time between the … Continue reading

Primate’s World Development and Relief Fund Response to Nepalese Earthquake

The Needs Are Great In Nepal The earthquake that struck Nepal on April 25 devastated a region from Kathmandu to Mount Everest, killing over 7000, damaging or destroying 700,000 houses, and destroying roads so that some remote districts are still … Continue reading

Anglicans prepare for TRC closing ceremonies

~ an article written by Matt Gardner and posted to the Anglican Church of Canada website on March 11, 2015 Marking a new stage in the healing journey of residential school survivors, the Anglican Church of Canada will have a … Continue reading

New Two-Point Parish in Kelowna

Faith Lutheran and St. Aidan’s Anglican Celebrate on Friday, March 13th Two Kelowna churches separated by one kilometre and hundreds of years of history are getting together this Friday. Possibly forever and ever. The Rutland congregations of the Lutheran and … Continue reading

Can There Be A Middle To The Middle East?

February Faith Lecture at St. Paul’s Cathedral Sunday, February 22nd at 7:30 pm 360 Nicola Street, Kamloops, BC In the wake of another tragic episode of violence between Gaza and Israel this past summer, and disturbing trends sweeping across Syria and Iraq, one wonders whether this region … Continue reading