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Tue, Apr 28th - 4:18PM

Anglican Network in Canada Churches

The 28 churches that belong to the Anglican Network in Canada under the episcopal oversight of Bishop Donald Harvey and the jurisdiction of the Anglican Province of the Southern Cone are:

Alberta
Living Water Anglican Fellowship, Athabasca, Alberta

British Columbia
Christ's Church (Oceanside), Nanoose Bay, BC
Church of the Good Shepherd, Vancouver, BC
Church of the Resurrection, Hope, BC
Church of the Holy Cross, Abbotsford, BC
Fairfield ANiC project (formerly St Matthias), Victoria, BC
St John's (Shaughnessy) Anglican Church,Vancouver, BC
St John's Richmond Anglican Church, Richmond, BC
St Mary's Open Gate, Victoria, BC
St Matthew's Anglican Church, Abbotsford, BC
St Matthias and St Luke Anglican Church, Vancouver, BC

Manitoba
St George's Anglican Church, Ottawa, Ontario Church of the Resurrection, Brandon
Church of the Redeemer, Dauphin
St Bede's Anglican Church, Kinosota

Newfoundland
Church of the Good Samaritan, St John's
St Stephen the Martyr, St John's

Ontario
Church of St Peter, Hamilton
Church of the Good Shepherd
St Catharines, Ontario
Church of the Messiah, Norwich, Ontario
Faith Anglican Church, Carlsbad Springs
St Aidan's Anglican Church, Windsor
St Alban the Martyr Church, Ottawa
St Chad's Anglican Church, Toronto
St George's Anglican Church, Lowville
St George's Anglican Church, Ottawa
St Hilda's Anglican Church, Oakville
St Luke's Anglican Church, Pembroke

Quebec
Saint Timothy's Anglican Bible Church, Montreal, PQ (West Island)

Anglican Essentials Network Churches that are affiliated with Anglican Network in Canada but remain under the jurisdiction of the Anglican Church of Canada are:

St Barnabas Anglican Church, Medicine Hat, Alberta
St John the Evangelist, Calgary, Alberta
St Peter's Anglican Church, Okotoks, Alberta
Trinity Anglican Church, Halifax, Nova Scotia

Average Sunday attendance in Anglican Network in Canada parishes is around 3500, making ANiC larger than 13 Anglican Church of Canada dioceses by this measure.

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Tue, Apr 14th - 4:13PM

Holy Trinity Church, Sooke, B.C.

Phonex Rising Quilt, Sooke, BCAnglican church services were held in Sooke, B.C. as early as 1873. From 1911, services were held monthly in the Sooke School House, and then in the first Sooke Hall. The congregation consisted of 26 people. In 1912 a church building committee purchased a piece of property for $250 and Holy Trinity Anglican church was built.

On April 4th, 2005 a fire destroyed the 92-year-old building.

The parishioners of Holy Trinity Sooke carried on, proving that a 'church' is the people not a building. The congregation meet at first at the nearby Roman Catholic Church and then the Seventh Day Adventist Church. On December 15th, 2007 a special service was held to consecrate the New Holy Trinity Church.

After the fire the Phoenix Rising from the Ashes banner, shown right, was made and gifted to Holy Trinity church by local quilter Eileen Searle.

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Sat, Apr 4th - 8:08AM

Migizi Anishinabek, Kettle Point, Ontario

Migizi Anishinabek, Kettle Point, OntarioKettle Point a growing First Nations Community of 1900 of Chippewayan origin is on the shores of Lake Huron located about 6 kms from Forest. The Kettle and Stony Point was established in 1827. It is supported by many cottage, recreational and camping activities, fishing and agriculture and has a long shoreline featuring the unique geology of Kettle Point and extensive beaches at Stony Point.

St. John's Anglican (Migizi Anishinabek) has a membership of about 25, augmented in the summer by cottagers and other visitors. It is part of a 3-point parish with St. Paul's Anglican, Thedford and Christ Church, Forest, Ontario.

After a disastrous fire in their old picturesque frame church a fine new brick structure was constructed at Kettle Point in 1974. The Church is on a hillock adjacent to a park and residential complex, close to the Reserves' several new Government, Health and Education facilities.


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