This letter in PDF format The Birth of St. John the Baptist “You, child, shall be called the prophet of the Most High, for you will go before the Lord to prepare His way.” (Luke 1.76) Dear People of God and Faithful Friends, The response to the appeal for funds to assist with the Covid […]
“They are relieved.” These are the words used by Chief Leo Friday to describe how the people of the First Nation community of Kashechewan are feeling now that help from the armed forces has arrived to assist with the Covid-19 crisis. In a conversation today with Chief Friday, who also serves as the Incumbent of […]
Join Archbishop Anne Germond, Dioceses of Algoma and Moosonee (Presider) and Archbishop Fred Hiltz, Assisting Bishop of Moosonee (Preacher) Sunday, June 20th 7:00pm. This service of prayer and mourning, honouring all Indigenous children who died in Residential Schools will lead us into June 21 which is National Indigenous Peoples Day The service will take place online […]
This letter in PDF format Dear Friends, The recent discovery of the remains of 215 children buried in unmarked graves on the grounds of the former St. Andrew’s Indian Residential School in Kamloops, British Columbia has gripped the hearts of many people throughout Canada and around the world. It has re-opened the terrible grief of […]
Join us this summer for the Lutheran-Anglican National Worship Conference, happening July 6-7 online. Every two years, the NWC gathers worship leaders, musicians, clergy, and interested people from across the country to learn and reflect on the worship life of the church. This year’s theme–Disruption and Grace: Learning Edges in Liminal Times–reflects the many ways […]
The Lay Readers Association of the Diocese of Ontario would like to invite all the lay people of Moosonee to partake in our virtual Summer Fruit for Souls event in July. Please find below an invitation from our Coordinator, Mary Raddon, a registration form and our proposed schedule. If you have any questions, please do […]
The Lay Readers’ Conference, hosted by the Deanery of Sudbury-Manitoulin in the Diocese of Algoma, is scheduled for Friday evening, September 24th and Saturday, September 25th via Zoom. More information will be forthcoming but please mark the dates on your calendars!