CONVERSATION AND LEARNING WORKSHOP WITH BISHOP LUSA NSENGA-NGOY. Meet Bishop Lusa and participate in this workshop on Diversity in Church:
TUESDAY, MAY 30 AT 9:30 AM, RBC PLACE, London, Ontario.
EVERYONE IS WELCOME. Register in advance HERE.
To learn more about Bishop Lusa and watch his Greeting Video GO HERE.
GOOD NEWS FROM CAMP HURON!
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! GO TO www.camphuron.ca
Earthrise is a very famous photo of a teeny tiny planet earth, floating in vast, dark outer space, taken by astronauts as Apollo 8, orbited the Moon. Watch a short video here.
Imagine what it was like to see Earth our island home from so very, very far away. What a marvelous sight! Can seeing our blue planet this way inspire us and call to us to love and care for God’s wondrous creation? Let’s find out as we see Earth from afar and serve Earth up close.
Bursary support and payment plans available.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact: firstname.lastname@example.org 519-434-6893 ext 217
The Huron Farmworkers Ministry NEEDS YOUR HELP!
Last year (2022) we received an amazing support from all our Huron Community and were able to collect over a hundred bags with clothes which were in an amazing condition. We also received a variety of other contributions such as bicycles, toiletries, kitchen utensils, bedding, food and many more.
This year (2023) we continue to assist our Farmworkers providing the equal services as last year and we are planning in expanding our services to two different locations, Tillsonburg and Burford. We are seeking donations of men’s clothing such as pants, sweaters, hoodies, t-Shirts, warm jackets, shoes, gloves, baseball caps, team shirts, toques, Bicycle. Preferred sizes are small to large in clean, ready to wear condition. READ MORE HERE
Any contribution is greatly appreciated. Financial donations are warmly welcomed by sending your gift via e-transfer to email@example.com or sending a cheque to:
The Huron Hispanic & Migrant Farmworkers Outreach Ministry
c/o St John’s Anglican Church
46 Front Road, PO Box 387
Port Rowan, Ontario N0E 1M0
Webinar: Colonialism and the Anglican Church. Presented by the Trinity College Divinity Associates. Thursday, May 11, 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM and 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM. Online on Zoom. Free, with a donation toward the Divinity Students Bursary Fund encouraged.
Archivist Krzyztof Adamiec and Bishop Peter Fenty will explore the Lambeth Palace exhibition "Enslavement: Voices from the Archives" and National Indigenous Anglican Archbishop Chris Harper and Bishop Riscylla Shaw will discuss the ongoing process of truth and reconciliation in the Anglican Church of Canada.
More info here. Register on Eventbrite.