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  2. Good News from Camp Huron
    We are looking forward to our return to our overnight programs for children and youth! 

    In the coming weeks there will be more details about the summer. In the meantime, if you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact

  3. BLACK HISTORY 365 presenting another 2-part virtual discussion led by the incomparable Brother Reginald Crenshaw, titled “God and Black People are Co-Creators”. Join us this Wednesday, March 30 from 7p-8:30(EST) via Zoom as we journey into God’s word and truth.
    FOCUS: Diverse voices at the intersection of the cultural and Gospel narratives

  4. St. Paul's Cathedral is hosting a LENTEN SPEAKERS SERIES again this year--the theme is "Lent In Our Time: The View From My Pulpit".
    Speakers include: The Most Rev. Linda Nicholls, The Most Rev. Mark MacDonald, The Most Rev. Fred Hiltz…
    Please SEE THE POSTER. Here is the link to the Facebook Event: 

  5. THE ANGLICAN FOUNDATION OF CANADA: The deadline to apply for AFC’s spring grant cycle is April 1, 2022. Visit for more information or email

  6. Education for Ministry Supporting a Learning Church in Lent 2022
    Love Books? You’ll Want to Read This!
    Education for Ministry – Book Swap and Clear Out
    Your Next Great Book Is Waiting For You

    For several years before the arrival of COVID, Education for Ministry hosted a Book Swap table at Synod. Some donated books… others took them away! Sharing resources, recycling, meeting new friends at the table, it was perfect. 
    Unable to do this in 2022, we have collect a variety of books, that can be yours for the asking. Please go to
    To find different books on: Parish Nursing, Youth, Indigenous Issues, Teamwork, Teaching, Leadership & Church Growth, Preaching, Clergy, Other
    Please reach out to EfM Coordinator Libi Clifford at at any time in March to have your book put aside for you.
    A Learning Church in the season of Lent.

  7. Anglican Fellowship of Prayer Parish Reps: Virtual Evening Gatherings 
    Please plan on joining fellow Anglican Fellowship of Prayer Parish Reps on Tuesday, March 29 at 7pm 
    This will be a time to check in with one another, hear what is working and where more resources might be helpful. As well, we will be sharing what prayer events are planned for the months ahead and what future topics you would like to be considered. We are hoping this will be the first of many meetings to come. 
    Parish Reps will be sent a reminder and a Zoom link to this meeting approximately one week ahead of time. You will be invited to submit agenda items that you would like to be discussed.

  8. Bishop of Huron’s Prayer’s Online Conference: Praying through Times of Transition
    Saturday, May 7, 2022; 9:30am to 12:30am with Ven. Megan Collings-Moore
    Join the Ven. Megan Collings-Moore for a morning exploring what prayer might look like in times of transition. The morning will contain keynote addresses and breakout discussion groups. There will also be resources shared, as well as a chance to reflect on your own experiences and wisdom. Session #1 - Prayer & truth telling: How does prayer help us discern what is true? In a world where truth seems to mean many different things, how can we trust G-d?  Session #2 - Prayer & perspective: When life is hard, what is the role of prayer in helping us lament our losses, but also pulling us beyond ourselves? Can prayer help us see as G-d sees? 
    To Register contact the Rev’d Kim Myer
    text or call (519) 980-4545

  9. Essex Deanery is offering the following Lay Leadership  courses this year:
    May 14 - Pastoral Care:How do we care for each other?
    June 18 - Homiletics: How do we write a 5 min sermon?
    Nov 19 - Biblical Studies: Who wrote the Bible?
    They will all  be held on the 3rd Saturday of the month and will be on zoom until further notice. For more information and to register, please contact Rev'd Elise Chambers

  10. Huron’s Licentiate in Theology Program is pleased to present:
    Congregational Growth and Evangelism with Rev. Dr. Grayhame Bowcott, Saturday, April 2
    Spiritual Formation and Leadership 
    with Rev. Canon Dr. Dawn Davis, Saturday, May 7
    COURSES RUN FROM 10:00AM to 3:30PM

    Cost to register: $100 for a single course. Recipients completing all courses will receive a Certificate of Parish Administration and Leadership which is endorsed as a training program for Church Wardens in the Anglican Diocese of Huron.
    To register: or 519.438.7224 ext. 832

  11. HURON AT WESTERN. Huron’s Licentiate in Theology Program presents:
    “SAYING GRACE”: Preaching and Proclamation in Worship, with Rt. Rev. Dr. Todd Townshend, Tuesdays from 8-10pm (ET), starting April 19 (hosted via Zoom). Learn more HERE
    Our Anglican Family Tree: The Anglican Communion and Ecumenical Relationship, with Most Rev. Dr. Linda Nicholls, Thursdays from 8-10pm (ET), starting May 26 (hosted via Zoom). Learn more HERE
    Cost to register for each course: $325 for full credit, $150 to audit. To register contact: or 519.438.7224 ext. 832

  12. St. John the Evangelist Anglican Church is hosting a Benefit Concert in support of Ukrainian Refugees on Sunday, April 3 at 2 pm.
    The concert includes musicians from St. John’s, St. Luke’s Worshipping Community, the Don Wright Faculty of Music, and the Barcley Road Brass Works.
    Admission by donation. All proceeds will be directed to the International Red Cross.
    Face masks and proof of vaccination are required.  For more information, please contact St. John’s (280. St. James Street, London) at (519) 432-3743 or

  13. St. Andrew's Movie Discussion Series: Difficult Ethical Decisions
    Sat, Apr 2, 3:00 PM: 12 Angry Men
    Fri, Apr 22, 7:00 PM: Time Lapse
    Simply watch the movie ahead of time (remember that in addition to streaming options, they are often available at libraries, The Beat Goes On, and other used movie stores), and enjoy an insightful conversation with fellow movie fans as we use our heads and our lens of faith to consider these thought-provoking flicks during the Lent and Easter seasons. Contact to receive the Zoom coordinates.

    TakeOut Roast Beef Dinner

    Friday, March 25th with pickup from 4:40 to 6pm.
    $15.00 per meal by Advance Sales Only, please call 519-631-7368 to get your tickets.
    Euchre Club
    Every Tuesday from 2 to 4pm by free will donation.
    Light snacks are available.  Come out to enjoy the fun and meet new people.  Appropriate face coverings are required.
    For more information, contact 519-631-7368.

  15. April events at St. Paul’s Anglican, Essex:
    Friday April 1 - Takeout Pasta Dinner
     at St Paul's Anglican Church Essex, 92 St Paul Street, Essex from 5pm - 630pm, $12 per person, 519-776-7711 for more details
    Saturday April 9 - Vendors Market at St Paul's Anglican Church Essex, 92 St Paul Street, Essex 10am till 2pm, numerous local vendors, baked goods, book table and lunch, 519-776-7711 for more details

  16. The Huron Hispanic & Migrant Farmworkers Outreach Ministry is a new initiative in the diocese of Huron commencing in spring 2022.
    As we prepare to launch the first phase of this new diocesan ministry in Norfolk County, we are seeking support from parishes across the diocese. We are seeking donations of men’s clothing. Items should be in the small to large size category, clean and in good condition.
    Financial donations are also warmly welcomed and cheques should be made payable to: St. John’s Port Rowan Anglican Church and mark as Huron Hispanic & Migrant Farmworkers Outreach Ministry.
    For further information, please contact the Norfolk H.H.M.F.O.M coordinator Fr. Enrique Martinez at or 519-868-5614.

  17. Brotherhood of Anglican Churchmen – Annual Meeting by Zoom on April 23, 2022 at 10:00 a.m.
    As last year, we are having to hold our Annual Meeting virtually and will not be able to have a conference.  All members are encouraged to join the executive for this meeting.  Please email Sheldon Parsons, Zoom co-ordinator, at to get the link. A new BACTalk issue has been posted on the BAC website -  Check it for current information.  Check the BAC website  for more information.  Our commitment is to help all the men in the diocese as they assist in their parishes.
    Francis Richardson, BAC Diocesan Secretary & Communications Officer – 519-379-5998 or

  18. The Annual Meeting of the ACW will be held on Saturday, April 30, 2022, on Zoom.
    PLEASE NOTE that this meeting is open to all women in the Anglican churches of the Diocese of Huron, regardless of whether the parish has a formal ACW group or not.
    The meeting will begin at 10 a.m., with a welcome from the Bishop.
    Guest speaker is the Rev. Canon Nick Wells.
    The business meeting follows, and an address from our President.
    We anticipate concluding our business by noon or shortly thereafter.
    We encourage those who have the necessary facilities to host gatherings in their parishes or homes, so that as many women as possible can join in.
    REGISTRATION is by email to:

  19. Holy Land Pilgrimage.   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.).
    Canon Vicars Hodge is looking for a half dozen (or more) pilgrims to fill out the May 2022 Holy Land group. 
    There will be a much larger group going in 2023, but there are advantages to going this year: smaller group, fewer tourists, less time standing in line, time to linger at sites, reduced travel restrictions. Israel is open for tourists, so consider a trip this May. You must act quickly though. Deadlines for hotel bookings are fast approaching. All details:
  • EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY - Treasurer & Director of Finance
    The Diocese of Huron is seeking a full-time Treasurer and Director of Finance who will be responsible for providing strategic financial leadership and oversight of financial and accounting functions. The complete job posting including responsibilities and qualification criteria can be found on our website: HERE
    Review of applications will begin on March 4, 2022.
  • St. James Anglican Church in Stratford is seeking a part-time Office Administrator with good technical and interpersonal skills.
    22 Hours per week working Monday to Friday in the mornings. Remuneration to be negotiated. 
    Duties include, but are not limited to: 
    • Receptionist  
    • Preparation of weekly bulletins  
    • Processing invoices through SAGE Accounting
    • Maintenance of church database ( 
    • Assist in maintaining church website
    If interested, please send resume to: We thank all applicants for their interest in this position.  We will contact only those candidates we wish to interview. The Application deadline is March 25, 2022
  • St. John’s Anglican Church in Cambridge is looking for a director for music ministry,
    St. John's, Cambridge, Ontario is an enthusiastic suburban parish.  The ministry is part time and includes providing music for one service on Sunday Mornings and choir practice once a week.   The choir of 10-12 members is SATB.  Currently the position also includes selecting the hymns and one anthem a week.  Availability for weddings and funerals would also be appreciated.  
    Compensation would be based on 10-12 hours per week.  Three weeks of paid vacation time is also provided.
    The church has a well maintained 1969 two manual Casavant pipe organ and a five year old Pramberger mid-sized grand piano.  Applications will be held in the strictest confidence and will be received until May 15.  Preferable starting date would be mid June.   Please direct inquiries to 519-651-7022 or submit applications to
  • PWRDF is currently seeking to fill the post of Planned Giving and Major Gifts Senior Advisor.  We would like to inquire whether your Diocese would be able to post a link to this contract position in whatever news or communication source that you may have as a Diocese in reaching out to your clergy, churches, and parishioners. Please see the link below, which is also accessible on our website. There is much more information about PWRDF here as well.
    Employment Opportunities - The Primate's World Relief and Development Fund (
  • The Ecclesiastical Province of Ontario – The Anglican Church of Canada
    POSITION POSTING: EXECUTIVE OFFICER. This is a permanent half-time position. Salary: Starting at $30,000
    The Executive Officer for the Province of Ontario is a position that provides administrative oversight to the province, offers assistance to the Metropolitan in the Metropolitan's capacity as President of the Provincial Synod and maintains records of provincial happenings. The Executive Officer exercises general oversight of the work of Provincial Synod, its commissions, committees and Executive Council. They ensure that arrangements for meetings are coordinated, and records of these meetings are maintained. They also confirm that all records are kept and any official deeds such as the consecration of bishops or changes in canons are recorded. The Executive Officer will perform other duties as are defined by the Constitution, Canons and resolutions of the Provincial Synod or the Executive Council.

  • St. John’s, Port Rowan is looking for an Organist (Part Time Employment Opportunity). Organist for Local Anglican Services - Our group enjoys singing a variety of styles of music. Organ is manual digital with full pedal. Send resume to
    Any questions: 519-586-3401