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Anglican NetNews
April 10, 2019

From the Bishop’s Office

2019 MORE Mission Schools

2019 MORE Mission Schools - Register NOW for upcoming Module #3 – South Shore, Valley and Eastern Shore Regions. Read More


D. Lonergan-Freake Apt. | D. Miller - Apt. |Ordination - Miller, Skerritt, Fish Cumine Read More

Where is the Bishop

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Parish of New Ross Read More


Applications for the second round of applications for 2019 are now being sought. Applications must be received by the Executive Secretary of Synod by Friday 31 May 2019 for consideration by Diocesan Council at its June 2019 meeting. Read More

Parish Vitality Coordinator


Gathering as church is happening in a variety of new ways. The Early Church met in people’s homes, gardens and in other private space. Today, more and more congregations are moving outside their buildings to serve and connect with people who will probably never show up on a Sunday morning. Read More


The author of Surprise the World: The Five Habits of Highly Missional People, is coming to the Maritimes! Spend a day under the teaching of missiologist Michael Frost, talking about the rapidly changing culture of the Church and how we equip and empower our congregations to reach the neighbourhoods they live and work in. Read More

Synod Office Notices

Diocesan Heating Oil Program

Furnace Oil price this week... Read More

Diocesan Archives will be closed

DIOCESAN ARCHIVES: The Diocesan Archives will be closed from Monday, April 8 to Friday, April 12, 2019. Please send requests to the Archivist, Lorraine Slopek: Call and leave a message at 902-406-8982 or Email [email protected] and messages will be answered as soon as possible after April 15th. Read More

Call for Scrutineers at Diocesan Synod

Call for Scrutineers at Diocesan Synod Will you be attending Synod in May? Can you count up to 100? Do you like having the excuse to wander around and stretch your legs? Are you enough of a Synod junkie that you stay in the meeting room most of the time? Read More



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Prayer Partner Initiative for the Parishes in our Diocese

Did you know that our Diocese has a Prayer Partner Ministry? Further, that it is a ministry that was initiated at Synod 2017 by the Anglican Church Women Board? Also, and most importantly, did you know that it is not a ministry for just the women in the parish? It is a Prayer Partner Ministry for the whole parish. Read More

Social Justice

Hidden in Plain Sight, Modern Slavery

Plan on attending the Faces of Human Trafficking Panel Presentation & Discussion, Hidden in Plain Sight – Modern Slavery, Sat. May 4, Emmanuel Anglican Church, Spryfield, starting at 9:00. TFree admission, all are welcome, but pre-registering by April 24 required: [email protected] read more Read More

Streams of Justice: KAIROS Atlantic Gathering 2019

Streams of Justice: KAIROS Atlantic Gathering 2019 will be a diverse, inter-generational gathering at Mount Allison University in Sackville, N.B. on the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq. This Gathering from May 2nd- 5th will be a time when those from all walks of life can delve deeper into social justice issues that are close to our hearts Read More

Respect Justice Camp, Diocese of Huron

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General Notices

Canon Photo-copier, Model 1740iF with cabinet and stand.

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Marriage Success Course, St. Luke's, Dartmouth


Canon Photo-copier, Model 1740iF with cabinet and stand.

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Looking for a new Church Musician and Choir Director

St. James Anglican, Armdale (Halifax) is looking for a new Church Musician and Choir Director. Are you an experienced musician with the ability to play both pipe organ and piano? Read More

Atlantic School of Theology

"Working Together" An AST Community Digital Art Project

WORKING TOGETHER An AST Community Digital Art Project March 12 to April 12, 2019 For students, alumni, faculty, staff, and friends of AST Read More

AST digital art project

We're asking members of the AST community to share their workspaces with us as a part of an AST digital art project Read More

How does Church closure impact members of that congregation?

AST Podcast: How does Church closure impact members of that congregation? When re-organization is driven by a new vision, what happens to people who don't share this vision? What should a Church do to enable conversation and transparency in a time of change? Read More

AST Convocation Date for 2019

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Gala Dinner 2019 Fundraiser with guest speaker Eliza Knockwood

We are excited that our guest speaker this year will be Eliza Knockwood, Spiritual Film Artist and Water Protector. Eliza is an L’nu (Mi’kmaq). Well-travelled and passionate about land issues and the protection of the environment, she is a respected voice of the Peoples, locally and globally. Read More

Canadian Institute for Conflict Resolution

AST welcomes the Canadian Institute for Conflict Resolution back to campus this term for a second offering of TPN1, TPN2, TPN3 and TPN4. Read More

An Indigenous Earthy Spirituality with Adrian Jacobs

Participants will experience Indigenous ceremonies and reflect on this in group conversation. A heightened sensual awareness of the beautiful Mi’Kmaq territory may result. Read More

Camino Nova Scotia

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Worship & Concerts

Holy Week Service Schedule, All Saints, Bedford

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Emmanuel Anglican Church, 322 Herring Cove Rd., Spryfield

invites you to our Wednesdays in Lent, 10:00 am Eucharist followed by our Lenten Bible Study 2019 Theme: Women of Action Read More

The Shadow of the Cross, a contemporary Tenebrae cantata

This is part of a special Holy Week which observes the 250th anniversary of the parish, and Archbishop Fred Hiltz, Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, will be presiding. Read More

Services for Holy Week & Easter, St. George's Round Church

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St. Edward the Confessor Church Service Schedule

The following are the Services for the month of April 2019, which will be held at the Anglican Church of St. Edward the Confessor, 1650 Highway No. 1, Clementsport, Annapolis County. All are most welcome to attend… Read More

In Concert, John Sands Parish of Cole Harbour

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“The Just For Fun Band “Musical Evening

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May 10 - Encounter Weekend

Location: St. James, Mahone Bay

What is Encounter?Encounter is an Anglican based weekend retreat that is open to any youth aged 15 to 18. It’s an awesome opportunity to build lasti... Learn More

Cycle of Prayer


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Events, Suppers & Fund Raisers

Church of Saint Andrew Chowder Luncheons

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Flea Market St. Margaret of Scotland Church

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Mission to Seafarers, "A Toast to Spring"

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St. Andrew's, Locks Road Fish Chowder Luncheon

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Holy Trinity Emmanuel Super Soup or Sandwich Thursday

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Black Loyalist story

My name is Davie Hartley. I am a descendent of the Black Loyalist. I live in Shelburne, Nova Scotia. I work at the Black Loyalist Heritage Center. I am responsible for setting up and doing outreach presentations. I do presentation all over Nova Scotia. Read More

Cathedral Indoor Yard Sale

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Casserole Luncheon, St. Margaret of Scotland, Hfx

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St. Luke's Annual Mayfest Yard & Bake Sale

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"Jazz on the Green" , Parish of Armdale

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Annual Clergy Retreat "Sinners and Saints"

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What’s Happening at Our Cathedral

For information on this month's activities at the Cathedral Church of All Saints, click the EVENTS tab on the website:

Calendar of Meetings and More Events

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