May 2022 Issue

Dodging a bullet: Anglican Church of Canada donors strong while charitable sector suffers

A changing church: A tale of two cookbooks

In 1972, the “Women’s Auxiliary for Outreach” at St. Margaret’s Anglican Church in New Toronto—a neighbourhood in southwest Toronto— published …

‘Justice work is relational’ How full communion supports advocacy

Faith communities may have lost some of the heft they once had in shaping public opinion in Canada—but ecumenism, including …

Faith and making it through the whitewater

I like to have a clear path from the acknowledgment of a problem to its solution. If something is wrong, …

New hymn compilation awaits Anglican voices

Anglicans in Canada and around the world may find themselves singing some new hymns this spring. As this article was …

Church may have surplus of $3.6 million for 2021

An unaudited financial statement released to Council of General Synod (CoGS) from the church’s financial management committee shows investment income helping propel General Synod to a surplus of about $3.6 million— on a total budget of $8.6 million—for 2021.

‘What happened … was gravely wrong.’

The Council of General Synod (CoGS) has committed itself to improving the church’s practices in a range of areas including …