In accordance with the directions of our Bishop
All In-Person Worship Services remain suspended until further notice
Please go to our Youtube and Facebook pages
to view our ongoing virtual services
February is Black History Month
Every February, people in Canada are invited to participate in Black History Month festivities and events that honour the legacy of Black Canadians and their communities. The 2021 theme for Black History Month is: "The Future is Now". Learn more here.
To mark this month, the Anglican Journal is turning its attention to Black and African Christians inside and outside of the Anglican Church of Canada. The paper includes a variety of articles and reflections, including one with Archbishop Thabo Makgoba, archbishop of Cape Town and primate of the Anglican Church of Southern Africa. Read more here.
In this month's Niagara Anglican, Naomi Kabugi, chair of the diocesan Anti-Racism Working Group, penned this column which highlights the importance of anti-racism awareness in our diocesan and church cultures.
On February 28 at 4:00pm, Black Anglicans of Canada is also hosting a special online service, Black History Celebration God’s People: Grounded in Faith, Filled with Hope, Called to Action!” Click here to register.
Ancaster Community Food Drive- virtual campaign 2021
COVID19 forced restrictions on Social Gatherings and Public Health Guidelines. It has also placed tremendous increase demands on the Emergency Food Bank and Community Service Agencies. As a result, the Ancaster Community Food Drive for this year of 2021 will move to a virtual and online format. The Campaign, as in past years, will focus on promotion through various media platforms culminating during the week of Sunday, February 28 through to Saturday March 6, 2021. Information to support an online donation can be found at www.ancasterfooddrive.ca,or by
Thanks to the community of Ancaster for the cumulative total of 1,856,500 lbs. of food donated to date.