Health care professionals in Kyiv
Dr. Doreen Helen KlassenJune 2022

Why I Support PWRDF

Supporting PWRDF is one way of enacting several of the Anglican Marks of Mission: responding to human need by loving service, seeking to challenge violence …

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Agricultural Education Initiatives to Address Hunger and Fight Climate Change
Sheila BoutcherMay 2022

Agricultural Education Initiatives to Address Hunger and Fight Climate Change

In our part of the world, springtime is the season of new birth; the earth reawakens after a long winter’s sleep, as we walk outside …

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Amy Abbink and Titus Semple with the air shipment to Kingfisher Lake
Janice BiehnApril 2022

Responding to COVID-19 in Indigenous Communities

In consultation with Archbishop Mark MacDonald and the Primate, Archbishop Linda Nicholls, PWRDF is forwarding an in-Canada emergency grant of $50,000 to support northern Indigenous …

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Model of a building
Emily F. RoweAdrian Heffernan

A Salute to The Anglican Church of Canada

In January of 2022, I was contacted by Adrian Heffernan, who spent a great deal of his childhood in the Church of England orphanage in …

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Stained glass window
Anglican LifeApril 2022

Easter 2022

Crown him with many crowns, the Lamb upon his throne. Hark! how the heavenly anthem drowns all music but its own. Awake, my soul, and …

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Archdeacon Taylor and Bishop Rose at the "head table" in the Anglican Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, leading Synod, February 25-26, 2022
Archdeacon Charlene TaylorEastern Newfoundland and Labrador

“Let Us Hold Fast To The Confession Of Our Hope Without Wavering” Hebrews 10:23

This article and these photographs will appear in the April print issue of Anglican Life. On February 25 -26 the Diocese of Eastern Newfoundland and …

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Bishop Sam Rose (left) and the Rev’d David Pilling (right), at the service at Pleasant View Towers in June of 2021.
The Rev’d David PillingMarch 2022

Ministry During The Pandemic in Long Term Care–Pleasant View Towers

As the COVID-19 Pandemic began in March of 2020, hospital chaplaincy dramatically changed. Until March 2020, I had served as chaplain for St. Clare’s and …

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In El Salvador, César Gàmez of PWRDF partner CoCoSI leads gender workshops with young children.
Dr. Doreen Helen KlassenMarch 2022

“She Thinks All People Are Equal!” PWRDF and Gender Equality

While conducting storytelling research in rural Zimbabwe in the early 1990s, I was approached by a woman who said, “Look at me!  I’ve worked all …

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A bed provided by Home Again Furniture bank for a person who needed it.
Michelle HauserAnglican Foundation

Home Again Furniture Bank Benefits From AFC’s Movement For Youth

Beginning in January 2022, the work of making childhood dreams easier will get a boost from the Anglican Foundation of Canada (AFC) thanks to a …

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Back row: Canon Ed Keeping (Anglican), Pastor Shawn Bowers (Pentecostal), Fr. Francis Roche (Roman Catholic) Front row: Majors William and Barbara Pearce (Salvation Army), and The Rev’d Karen Thorne (United Church)
The Rev’d Canon Ed KeepingFebruary 2022

Anglican Chaplaincy And The Pandemic

The Anglican chaplaincy has seen some major changes over the past twenty months while the pandemic has been a part of our lives.  At the …

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