We are witnessing the active work of the Holy Spirit right now in our diocese: the amalgamation of St. Barnabas, St. Francis parishes and the Creation of Rupert’s Land Media. As we face the loss of parish homes and the elimination of the print edition of the Rupert’s Land News, the Bishop encourages us to trust these actions of the Spirit – the same Spirit who empowers us to be Christ’s people and do Christ’s work. Read more
The Rupert’s Land News is about to embark on an exciting new approach to doing media in our diocese. Read more
St.Mary’s celebrated 160 years as a parish in 2013. An Anniversary Committee was formed in October of 2012 under the leadership of Agnes Morgan. Events included everyone – children, adults and seniors, and we welcomed home past parishioners. Read more
The Reverend Reuben Garang appeals to the Diocese of Rupert’s land and the Anglican Church in Canada to join hands in prayers and action to alleviate the suffering of the people of South Sudan.
As the situation for civilians in South Sudan continues to worsen, PWRDF has sent new grants for relief work in Darfur and within South Sudan itself. Read more
A day to be still, to be present with oneself and with God, to be aware of the movement of God within us… The Reverend Deacon Marline Wruck writes about the Quiet Day hosted by the Anglican Fellowship of Prayer on March 22. Read more
Safeguarding creation is the Anglican fifth Mark of Mission. Living it out requires careful analysis and hands-on training. The Anglican Justice Camp takes place in Edmonton August 15 to 21 discusses our role in living out this mission and allow those with experience in social justice ministries to pass on their knowledge to the next generation.
Join with The Most Reverend Fred Hiltz and The Right Reverend Donald Phillips as we celebrate a hundred years of ministry at St. Saviour’s Home Coming Weekend, September 20 and 21. Read more
The Anglican Church of Canada has named The Reverend Barbara Shoomski a Marks of Mission Champion for her inspirational work with men women and children living in poverty in the downtown core of Winnipeg. Read more
Nancy Phillips reviews “Heaven is for Real”– the true story of a young boy, Todd Burpo who, after a near death experience, described his experience of meeting Jesus, of hearing angel choirs, of spending time with deceased family members who had died before he was born. But what is the the big picture? Read more