Anglican – United Church Dialogue Makes Report

Report from Anglican-United Church dialogue compares theological, ecclesial understandings By Matt Gardner on November 9, 2016 on the Anglican Church of Canada’s website The need for renewed dialogue between the Anglican Church of Canada and The United Church of Canada … Continue reading

United Church Moderator Sees Closer Ties With Anglican Church

an article by Tali Folkins on January 8, 2016 in the Anglican Journal The relationship between the Anglican Church of Canada and the United Church of Canada (UCC) is back on track, the United Church’s moderator says—and she’s delighted about … Continue reading

Ceremony and Celebration

Becoming an Ecumenical Shared Ministry On Thursday, September 24, 2015, members of the Church of St Paul, Clearwater United Church, and the local community as well as representatives from the Anglican Parishes of the Central Interior, BC Synod of the … 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

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

Clearwater Congregation Votes to Become an Ecumenical Shared Ministry

At its September 29th Congregational Meeting, the Clearwater United Church congregation voted unanimously to become an Ecumenical Shared Ministry that relates to the Anglican Church of Canada, the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada, and the United Church of Canada.  The … Continue reading

Clearwater Congregational Meeting

Following the service on Sunday, September 29th, the Clearwater United congregation will be having a meeting to determine if it wants to become an Ecumenical Shared Ministry relating to the United Church of Canada, the Anglican Church of Canada and … Continue reading