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Archdeaconry of Erie

St Mark WindowSt Stephen Anglican Church, London, Ontario The Archdeaconry of Erie is in the southern half of London, Ontario and an area south of the city. It consists of the Deanery of Wellington, with 8 churches, and the Deanery of Delaware which has 21 churches. Archdeacon is the Ven. Ken Anderson, rector of St. James Westminster, London.

Shown left is a window of St Mark in St Mark's Anglican Church, London, Ontario. St Mark's was established in 1908 and the current building constructed in 1965.

Shown right is St Stephen's Anglican Church, London. Its rector, Rev. Keith Nethery, is Communications Officer for the Diocese of Huron. Rev. Nethery appears weekly on the Anglican segment of Life and Faith, a religious program seen on Sundays at 9:30 am on A Channel TV stations in London and Windsor. The program is co-sponsored by the Anglican Diocese of Huron, the Roman Catholic Diocese of London, the London conference of the United Church of Canada, and the Islamic community.

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