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Anglican Vestments & Clericals Explained.

Anglican Vestments and Clericals Explained.

Adapted from various sources by The Rt. Rev. Thomas A. Corston


Recently I had opportunity to speak with a couple of our clergy about the vestments they were wanting to wear but weren't sure if they were correct in doing so. The Archdeacon has asked if I might put together a brief paper explaining our use of and proper protocol in the various vestments (robes) we were in our Anglican liturgy.

 

 

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2017 Diocesan Leaders' Gathering (Clericus)

The Annual Diocesan Leaders' Gathering (formerly known as Clericus) of the Diocese of Moosonee will be held at The North Adventure Inn, Hwy 11 West, Cochrane Ontario from 1:30 pm Tuesday September 12, 2017 to Friday lunch, September 15, 2017.  All full time clergy are to attend. Part time and non-stipenidiary clergy are encouraged to attend and lay readers are invited. Please advise the Diocesan Administrator by August 30th if you will be attending and also advise of any food allergies.  Please remember to bring your bathing suits, walking shoes, jackets, musical instruments, board games, etc. and any special foods you require Don't forget your Bibles and BAS.   This year's keynote speaker is Bishop Elaine Sauer and our Chaplain is Pastor Adam Snook, both from the Lutheran Church.  This year's theme is:  Quickened by the Spirit's Power, Rise Up, O Saints of God.

Invited - Video Series - Exploring Genuine Christian Invitation

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Invited is a written resource intended to be used by groups and communities to help

foster conversation about and exploration into the breadth and length and depth of

invitation.

Invited came out of a working group called Spirit of Invitation within the Diocese of

Toronto that was tasked with exploring new ways of encouraging Anglicans to be more

invitational. You might say that we’re a group of people who stumbled upon an exciting

idea. The Spirit of Invitation team is a diverse group of about 10 people from all kinds

of different backgrounds, ordained and lay, working together to explore the concept of

invitation. The group is co-chaired by Jeff Potter and the Rev. Canon Mark Kinghan.

Some friends of ours – the Rev. Canon Susan Bell, Canon Missioner of the Diocese of

Toronto, and the Rev. Dr. Judy Paulsen, Professor of Evangelism at Wycliffe College –

co-authored the written resource.

Invited is also a series of short films. Scripts for each of the videos were written by

Jeff Potter and Nate Wall. And Nicholas Bradford-Ewart, award-winning filmmaker

extraordinaire of Farmer Vision Media, adapted our scripts and helped us to put the

videos together.

Click the image above to access the vidoes and material from the official site!

 

 

A Little History

Mr. Bill Holmes, a grandson of The Reverend William G. Walton and his wife, Daisy (Spencer) Walton, recently shared some information and articles about his grandfather's work in Fort George, Quebec.  By the way, Mr. Holmes is also a grandson of Bishop George Holmes, third Bishop of Moosonee.

 

A Note from a Grandson of The Reverend W. G. Walton

Fort George Christmas

Reindeer Walton

Rev. Edwin Watkins: Missionary to the 1852-1857

 

On Line Marriage Preparation Course

The

Marriage Preparation
Program

a HumancareTM Program

The Marriage Preparation Program is designed to help couples successfully navigate the transi­tion from engagement to a solid new marriage.

Register online at:   www.marriageprep.com.  As of June  2017, the cost is $160.00 plus HST (subject to change).

As a participant in the The Marriage Preparation Program you will have the comfort of knowing that you have access to qualified, professional mar­riage therapists who will support you during the crucial formative months of your marriage

Partners will primarily work with each other throughout the pre-marital workshop. A variety of educational methods will be employed, including couple discussion, experiential exercises, and skill practice.

The Well Couple Check-Up, is a clinical interview between couple and therapist arranged at the con­venience of the couple between six and eighteen months after their wedding.


If you would like further information
regarding this program, phone the
Humancare office at
(905) 841-3173alt(905) 841-3173

 

HUMANCARE

235 Orchard Heights Blvd.

Aurora, ON

L4G 5A2


The Program Director

Brian Murray is a well known educator and marriage therapist. An ordained minister of the Anglican Church of Canada, Mr. Murray has been professionally affiliated with the Ontario Association for Marriage and Family Therapy for over 20 years. He has conducted seminars throughout Canada. Mr. Murray and his wife Margaret have three children and have been married for 40 years.

The HumancareTM Program carries a vision of marriage rooted in the values of our Judeo-Christian tradition. It assumes a life-long partnership of equals, which is lived as both a gift and a responsibility; a prized possession to be nurtured and protected above all else.

Enrolment for each group is limited and partici­pants are encouraged to attend the program as soon as possible when their wedding date is set.

The registration fee is transferable to a dif­ferent date when suitable notice is given, but is not refundable without forty-eight hours notice.

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