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Compiled on October 15, 2021

  1. The next meeting of the Grants & Loans Subcommittee will take place on Thursday, NOVEMBER 11, 2021 at 2:00 p.m. via Zoom. Deadline for applications is NOVEMBER 1, 2021.

  2. Beginning Oct. 25 through Nov. 15, Social and Ecological Justice Huron is offering a book study to further explore the themes of the Rev'd Canon Stephanie Spellers' book "The Church Cracked Open: Disruption, Decline, and New Hope for Beloved Community". This is a great opportunity to dive more deeply into the relationship between the church and colonization, and explore ways to embody Beloved Community. This study will be offered Monday evenings at 7pm via Zoom and will provide reflection and engagement ahead of the visit from Stephanie Spellers on Nov. 22-23. All are welcome! To register go to:

  3. Ministry Leadership Con Ed Clinic. Hosted by Huron University in partnership with the Diocese of Huron.
    CHURCH CRACKED OPEN, CANADA: Decline and New Hope for Beloved Community, with Rev. Canon Stephanie Spellers.

    Session 1: Monday, November 22, 10-11:30 AM
    Session 2: Monday, November 22, 1-2:30 PM (with Dr. Wendy Fletcher and Ven. Rosalyn Elm)
    Session 3: Tuesday, November 23, 10-11:30 AM
    Session 4: Tuesday, November 23, 1-2:30 PM
    Registration: $100 for clergy participants, $25 for lay readers accompanying clergy. Group rates available. Contact: Dr. Grayhame Bowcott @ or 519-438-7224 ext. 832.
    To register and pay, go to:

    For more info CLICK HERE

  4. Say Yes! to Kids proposals total more than $500,000!
    The Anglican Foundation of Canada (AFC) has received an unprecedented wave of applications from across Canada in response to the Say Yes! to Kids Request for Proposals. At the close of the October 1 deadline, AFC had received more than 80 proposals, representing a total funding request of more than $500,000. In the Diocese of Huron alone there are 9 applicants seeking a total of $50,000 in funding. To find our more GO HERE.

  5. St. John’s 5K Run/Walk on Sunday, Oct. 17. St. John the Evangelist, London, is calling on all runners and walkers to get ready for our 15th annual 5K Walk/Run in support of our Meal Program!
    There are 2 options available this year:
    - Use the two weeks before Oct. 17 to walk or run your favourite route.
    Enter the race on Oct. 17. at St. John's and run our usual 5K route. (Approval for the in-person Run/Walk has been received from the Middlesex London Health Unit).
    REGISTRATION: Registration will be done online on our 
    CanadaHelps page. Participants will have the opportunity to create their own page, story and add an image if desired. Pre-registration is also available through hard copy registration forms available Sunday mornings at church or through the church office. Registration will also be available on race day starting at 1:30 pm.

  6. Cursillo Ultreyas resume first Friday each month via Zoom.  Social time 7:00 p.m. program start time 7:30 p.m.  Please join us, whether you are interested in Cursillo or you attended a Cursillo Weekend.  Agenda includes music, prayer, lay witness talk, responses, and small group sharing.  Ultreya is Spanish for onward.  The theme for all Ultreyas is “transforming the world for Christ”.  It is a gathering of friends who inspire one another to be faithful Christian witnesses.   To receive the link, agenda, and format, please contact Niagara Huron Anglican Cursillo at   For questions, please contact Renée, the Lay Director, at

  7. Huron’s Licentiate in Theology Program
    The Wisdom of the Ancients: An Exploration of the Patristic Era of Christian Theology, with Rev. Dr. Lisa Wang. Tuesday evenings 8-10 PM (ET), starting November 23. Hosted via Zoom.
    Cost to register: $325 for full credit, $150 to audit. To register contact: or 519-438-7224 ext. 832.
    To register and pay, go to:

    For more info on courses CLICK HERE

  8. Conrad Grebel University College, Waterloo is pleased to announce this year’s virtual Benjamin Eby Lecture with Dr. Karen Sunabacka, entitled, "Composing Louis Riel's Dream: Exploring the history of the Red River Settlement through family stories and music", on Thursday, October 21,  at 7:30 pm
    Please register to join us online for this virtual event!

  9. People at Home Talking Movies: a Zoom-based series of lightly-facilitated hour-long conversations about a variety of movies, currently exploring the theme of unexpected challenges and difficult odds, presented by St. Andrew's, Kitchener. This is a way to learn, have fun, and keep connected during the dog days of the pandemic.
    October 16, 3:00 PM: "Contagion"
    October 30, 3:00 PM: "District 9"
    November 20, 10:00 AM: "Grizzly Man"
    December 18, 3:00 PM: "Die Hard"
    To submit your contact info to receive the Zoom link click HERE

  10. LET’S GET READY FOR THE HOLIDAYS! Vendors Market. St. Paul’s Church, Essex (92 St. Paul Street). Saturday, November 13, 10am-2pm. Hosted by St. Paul’s, Essex and Trinity Church, Cottam.

  11. Holy Land Pilgrimage.   Canon Vicars Hodge and Bishop Terry Dance are leading a pilgrimage tour, May 21 – June 1, 2022.  You’re invited to join the group for the spiritual adventure of a lifetime. St. Jerome called the Holy Land “The 5th Gospel” because those who visit rarely leave the same as they arrive.  To walk where Jesus walked and meet the people of the land brings the Bible stories to life. (This tour has been postponed from 2020 and 2021.). All details at:

  12. 2021 BAC Annual General Meeting – ONLY -  by ZOOM. OCTOBER 23, 2021 at 10:00 a.m.
    It will be hosted by the BAC Diocesan Executive.  The Conference in Windsor has been postponed.
    It is very important that we have this meeting in order to change our executive and plan for the future.
    Quorum requires 25 members to be “present” for a meeting.  Please join us for a short AGM that allows us to move forward.
    Please email Perry Wong - or Francis Richardson - to let us know you will attend.
    For more info on BAC activities visit BAC website





  • We’re hiring! The Diocese of Huron is currently hiring for the role of Payroll and Database Clerk. For more information, please CLICK HERE.


  • St. Jude’s Church, London: Custodian and Hall Rental Manager position
    Full-time position of 37.5 hours
    ,  with the dual role of Custodian and Hall Rental Manager. A flexible schedule will be needed to accommodate both Custodial and Rental responsibilities.
    Under the Custodian position primary responsibilities include the day-to-day cleaning and general maintenance of the Church Building surrounding area.
    Under the Hall Rental Manager position primary responsibilities include preparing rooms for rental functions, including set up and clean up. On-site management of rental groups.
    For both positions: Be able to periodically lift up to 12kg of weight.
    A minimum of 5 years’ experience in Custodial duties within a Church or Industrial setting. General maintenance responsibilities, excellent customer service and communications skills is a must.
    The incumbent will be aware of and compliant with diocesan and parish policies and practices, including the Diocese of Huron’s Safe Church Policies. Therefore a police record check through the diocese using Xpresschek is required. 
    Please note that this job description is not designed to cover all the roles and responsibilities of the positions. Duties, responsibilities and actions may change at any time with or without notice.
    Application deadline: October 8, 2021. All applications to be sent to St. Jude's Church, 
    1537 Adelaide Street North, London, Ontario, N5X 1K6
    Job Types: Full-time, Permanent
    Salary: $32,000.00-$35,000.00 per year
    COVID-19 considerations: At the current time all parishioner and patrons inside the church building must wear a mask. Seating is limited to the Provincial guidelines for indoor use.

  • Trinity Anglican Church in Simcoe, Norfolk County (42km south of Brantford) is seeking an enthusiastic Organist/ Director of Music to help lead us in our weekly sung liturgy.
    Our church has a 2 manual Casavant pipe organ, a dedicated parish choir and responsive congregation. 
    This is a salaried position. For more information, confidential enquiries, or to apply for this position, please email the rector, the Rev. Paul Sherwood, at


  • Renison University College Renison invites applications for the position of Chaplain and Incumbent of St. Bede’s Chapel