February 2021

Local News

Patchwork Shirt Legacy in Summerside

On Christmas Eve, Vera Payne and Bonnie Wheeler presented St. Paul’s Church in Summerside with a patchwork shirt. Each patch contained an amount of money, …

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Opinion

What the Spirit is Saying to The Church

Anglican Life thanks the Rev’d Fred Marshall, Officer of the Anglican Joint Committee, who has been a guest columnist for the last six months with …

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Local News

Watching a Consecration

The picture above is from the Anglican Parish of St. Philip’s, gathered to participate in the livestream of the consecration and installation of our new …

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Opinion

Whaat’s God Really Like?

Little children can be so sweetly inquisitive! Often they can surprise you with difficult, even profound questions. Five year old Billy had just finished the …

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Greg Loder receives his certificate of appreciation from Rev’d Kay
Local News

Thank You to The Parish of Meadows

I recently completed the Supervised Parish Internship Program through Queen’s College from September to December 2020. The three congregations of the parish of Meadows were …

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Opinion

Candlemas­—One Of The Church’s Oldest Feasts

If you do a Google search for what is special about February 2nd, you’ll get Groundhog Day or World Wetlands Day, or many other commemorations …

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News

International Development Week

International Development Week (IDW) is an annual initiative held during the first week of February (beginning in 1991) to engage Canadians on global issues. This …

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Christmas Eve At Holy Innocents’, Paradise

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Opinion

People Writing About Kindness

One of the first things to pop up in my social media this year was the video that Harry Styles released on January 1st for …

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Local News

New Lay Minister and Eucharistic Assistant

Recently, the Rt. Rev’d John Watton, Bishop of the Central Diocese, announced that Glenn Freake of Port Union had been granted Licenses in Lay Ministry …

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