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Tue, Jun 30th - 4:23PM

St John's (Shaughnessy) Anglican Church
1490 Nanton Avenue, Vancouver, B.C.

St John’s Shaughnessy is the largest Anglican parish in Canada with average Sunday attendance of about 750. There are 170 in its children's ministry and 140 in the youth ministry.

St John's is known for its Bible teaching and array of ministries. From discipleship and care through to missions, St John's seeks to study and know God through his Word, care for each other in community, and proclaim the Gospel.

David Short is the Rector, Dan Gifford is the Associate Minister and Jim Salladin is Assistant Minister. St John's voted to join ANiC on February 13, 2008.

Website of St John's (Shaughnessy) Anglican Church, Vancouver

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Sat, Jun 20th - 8:23AM

St Alban the Martyr Anglican Church
454 King Edward Avenue, Ottawa, Ontario

St Margaret of AntiochThe parish was founded in 1865 and its early parishioners included Fathers of Confederation such as Sir John A. Macdonald. Shown is a window of St Margaret of Antioch.

St Alban's joined ANiC after a vote on February 16, 2008. An average of 180 worship in the historic building in downtown Ottawa. George Sinclair is rector.

The church's mission is to help ordinary people be confident, joyful disciples of Jesus Christ and its vision is to be a community of disciples shaped by God's grace to make a difference and bring Him glory.

Ministries include: Alpha, home groups, youth and college & career groups, healing, men's and women's groups, music, Poverty Mission, Artizo internship and Bible teaching on university campus.

St Alban's focus for this year:
  • Training leaders
  • Yoked – university evangelistic and discipling outreach
  • Cross-cultural evangelism
  • Reforming for the next stage of mission and ministry

  • Website of St Alban the Martyr, Ottawa, Ontario

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    Fri, Jun 5th - 7:42AM

    Faith Anglican Church
    4230 Boundary Road, Carlsbad Springs, Ontario

    Carlsbad Springs is 20 minutes from downtown Ottawa.

    Faith Anglican Church was formed by members from two ACoC churches in February 2008. It has about 50 attend its Sunday morning service. Alex Lewanowicz is rector.

    How we worship God's glory is the heart of Sunday's contemporary praises and traditional hymns. Prayers that connect God's heart to our daily lives. Children and youth are regular active participants

    How we pray Believing that prayer is history changing daily interceding through our Prayer Chain. Individual healing prayer available every Sunday. Praying is central every time we gather.

    How we handle the Bible It is the authority in all we do. Sundays are for teaching sermons. Bible Study is central to our Life Groups. Our youth will know the Bible as a usable resource to them out in the world. Our children will meet the living God through its pages.

    How we treat each other We cannot be disciples by ourselves. In a world of isolation, we will model real friendships. We will mentor the next generation of leaders. We eat really well when we're together!

    How we treat the world People matter to God and, therefore, to us. We provide opportunities to connect with our neighbours through: seniors fellowship, marriage course, Alpha, work bees. We connect to the world through: prayer, child sponsorship, Christmas Child and White Gifts, website ministry.

    Website of Faith Anglican Church, Carlsbad Springs, Ontario

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    Thu, May 28th - 10:07AM

    St George's Anglican Church
    152 Metcalfe St., Ottawa, Ontario

    The St George's Congregation was formed in 1885 and joined ANiC in October 2008. There are an average of 250 parishioners on Sunday morning.

    The church is located in downtown Ottawa, near the Parliament buildings. Parishioners come from all over the world and all over Ottawa. Historically, parishioners have helped found ministries such as Anglican Church Women.

    Ministries include: children, junior and senior youth, Alpha, home groups, weekly drop-in centre, Christmas dinner, low income housing, and partner in Centretown Churches Social Action Committee. St George's, Ottawa tithes 10% to missions and social justice causes, encourages parishioners to engage in short-term missions, and support refugees.

    Inside St George's Anglican Church, Ottawa

    Website of St George's Anglican Church, Ottawa, Ontario

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    Thu, May 14th - 10:27AM

    St Hilda's Anglican Church
    1258 Rebecca Street, Oakville, Ontario

    The congregation of St. Hilda's, Oakville was established in 1959. They voted to join ANiC on February 17 2008.

    The Diocese of Niagara is suing St Hilda's over ownership of the church building the congregation built. Until the court makes its decision, St Hilda's has decided to worship at the Oakville Christian School, 112 Third Line, Oakville. They have an average Sunday attendance of about 80.

    Ministries include: House groups, Alpha, marriage course, prayer group, collection & delivery of food to families in community, men's group and youth group.

    To demonstrate God's free gift of salvation through Jesus Christ, St Hilda's holds "free" events, like a garage sale where everything was free and Freebie Friday's where high schoolers can drop-in for a free lunch.

    Website of St Hilda's Anglican Church, Oakville, Ontario

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