An Advocacy Success Story: The Story of Dwayne

 Dwayne is a young man in his twenties.  He suffers from severe anxiety to the point that he could not be around others. He lives with his father but will go several days without really seeing his Dad. He was... Read More


Mission Fest 2017 - Line-up

For the first time in its 34-year history, Missions Fest Vancouver will incorporate several mini-conferences, which organizers describe as “opportunities for you to learn from experts who are collaborating together... Read More


Fentanyl Crisis Memorial

The Parish of St. James' and the Street Outreach Initiative under the ordained leadership of the Reverend Fr. Matthew Johnson have created a Fentanyl Memorial in the sanctuary. Holding all in Christ's Light. Here is... Read More


Help Us Get to the UN

A group of 12 Anglican young people are raising money to go towards their trip to the UN Commission on the Status of Women this March in New York City. As a part of their fundraising, they have put together a... Read More


Children of the Parish Lead "Silent Night"

Many thanks to the clergy of Holy Trinity, White Rock (HTWR), the Reverends Neil Gray and Paul Richards for submitting these great photos of the HTWR family service held on Christmas Eve at 7pm. Reverend Richards... Read More


UPDATE - Clergy News Around the Diocese Christmas 2016

The Reverend Shirley Stockdill who had announced her retirement prior to completing her ministry posting as interim priest in charge at All Saints’, Burnaby in July of 2016 has been appointed interim priest in... Read More

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January 2017 Topic

Click the link to download a high resolution PDF of the January 2017 issue of Topic Deadline for the March 2017 issue is January 20, 2017 Click this link to manage your subscription (cancel, change address etc.) A... Read More


The Bearer of Our Own Best Humanity

(Bishop Melissa Skelton's Christmas message published in the December 2016 issue of Topic, the publication of the diocese, delivered as a section of the national Anglican publication, The Anglican Journal) Isaiah... Read More


Journey of Christmas Welcomes Bishop Skelton

Tuesday, December 20 had the best evening weather so far in this cold and snowy month. The pleasant and dry evening was the backdrop for St. Mark’s Journey of Christmas to welcome Bishop Melissa Skelton and her dog... Read More


Snow and Slick Driving Conditions No Deterrent for Bishop Melissa!

We awoke on the morning of Advent IV, December 18 to the stillness of softly falling snow. There wasn’t a breath of wind but the snow was substantial and drifts of doubt began to accumulate as to whether we would be... Read More