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Anglican NetNews
September 18, 2019

From the Bishop’s Office

Where is the Bishop

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Global Week of Climate Action Read More

NOTIFICATION OF OPENINGS The Parish of St John The Baptist

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Autumn MORE Mission Schools

Registration is OPEN NOW for Module #4 of MORE Mission Schools! Workshop dates and locations have been set for two regions – Prince Edward Island and Chignecto. Read More

Parish Vitality Coordinator


September is start-up time! Autumn feels like a new year in some ways. Read More


VITAL CHURCH MARITIMES 2019 Conference Nov. 21 to Nov. 23 in Truro, NS. REGISTRATION IS OPEN! - - - SIGN UP NOW ... get the EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT RATES! (for both the conference and the hotel). Read More

Synod Office Notices

Diocesan Heating Oil Program

Furnace Oil price this week... Read More

Anglican Journal launches digital magazine ‘Epiphanies’

Anglicans looking for in-depth stories and diverse perspectives on complex subjects have a new place to look: Epiphanies, a digital magazine produced by the Anglican Journal team. Read More


Please note, the submission deadline date for payroll will be brought forward from October 8th to October 2nd. Please note, the submission deadline for PAR changes effective October 15th will be October 2nd. Read More

Youth Ministry Notices

Godly Play Core Training for Storytellers & Doorpersons

Friday, September 27 from 4pm – 9pm AND Saturday, Sept. 28 from 8:30 – 5:30pm AND There are a lot of things you can learn from a book or a lecture, but Godly Play is best learned from the inside out...........Friday, October 18 from 4pm – 9pm AND Saturday, October 19 from 8:30 – 5:30pm. The Training will be hosted at First Baptist, 1300 Oxford St., Halifax, NS Read More

Diocesan Youth Conference!

Registration is now open for our amazing Diocesan Youth Conference. Young people in grades 7-12 are welcome to join us this year at Malagash Bible Camp October 25-27 for a weekend of fun, food, fellowship and God! Our theme is Hunger and Thirst. Read More


ACW Summer 2019 Neswletter

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Annual Project 2019-2020

Help make a difference! Ensure the post secondary education of orphans in Kikima, Kenya. Support the Anglican Church Women Diocesan Board Annual Project 2019/20: Education - a life-changing gift! This is an equal opportunity enterprise that encourages the involvement of all - parishes and individuals. To help the Board appreciate your contribution, please use the available Remittance Form. Read More

Canadian Church Calendar 2020

The Anglican Church Women Diocesan Board will again be coordinating the sale of the Canadian Church Calendar for 2020. Orders can be phoned or e-mailed in. An order form is available, but not necessary. Read More

Suggest an Annual Project

Do you have a great idea that the Anglican Church Women Diocesan Board can promote as its Annual Project? We welcome and invite ideas for an Annual Project for 2020/21, one with a national focus. Complete the Annual Project Proposal Form that it is here and submit it, as directed, by December 31. Read More

Calendar of Events 2019/20 ACW

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Social Justice

Global Week of Climate Action

Churches have been asked to be involved in the beginning and end of a Global Week of Climate Action. Please attend on Sept. 20 and ring your bells (and attend) on Sept 27. Read More

General Notices

Seeking quotes for Cleaning Contract

for church in Halifax. The deadline is October 1st. Click "read more" for more details. Read More


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Educational Events

Effect of regularly receiving the Holy Eucharist

What effect does regularly receiving the Holy Eucharist have on the daily lives of Anglicans in the Diocese of NS and PEI? Read More

Atlantic School of Theology

Draw AST/Sketch Crawl

AST’s Art’s and Theology committee is hosting a “Draw AST” workshop and sketch crawl with local well-known artist Emma Fitzgerald. There are two parts to the event, and participants can attend one or both parts as follows: Read More

Worship & Concerts

Celebration of New Ministry

St. Mark's, Halifax and the Reverend Nichola Fish-Cumine, Sunday, September 22nd at 7pm Read More

Institution of The Reverend Nichola D. Fish-Cumine

Institution of The Reverend Nichola D. Fish-Cumine,as Rector of St. Mark’s Halifax and to Celebrate our New Ministry Together Read More

St. Edward the Confessor Church Service Schedudle

for the month of September Read More

Cycle of Prayer

July-September Diocesan Prayer Cycle

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Provincial Prayer Care

Provincial Prayer Care Ecclesiastical Province of Canada No. 125 July 2019 – September 2019 Read More

Events, Suppers & Fund Raisers

Annual Saint Barnabas Benefit Turkey Supper

Parish of Blandford Annual Saint Barnabas Benefit Turkey Supper, September 21st 4:30 to 6:00 pm at the Blandford Community Centre Read More

Ten Thousand Villages

Ten Thousand Villages is coming to Anglican Church of the Holy Spirit! Anglican Church of the Holy Spirit is hosting a sale of beautiful, fairly-traded gifts benefiting artisans from 27 Developing countries. Ten Thousand Villages is a project of Mennonite Central Committee, the outreach arm of the Mennonite and Brethren in Christ churches in North America. Read More

Benefit Auction for Meaghan

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Casserole Luncheon, St. Margaret of Scotland, Halifax

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Learn from Rosanne Burke, Certified Dementia Trainer, the warning signs of dementia and how to more effectively and compassionately interact with friends and loved ones who have Dementia. Read More


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