Dear Friends, We hold in our prayers all those who have died and are suffering as a result of yesterday’s senseless shooting in Orlando. There is no place for hatred of GLBTrans persons in our community. All are loved and accepted regardless of sexual orientation. As we, with AJ and Marc, gathered last night at the […]
ALL SAINTS KINGSWAY’S SPONSORSHIP OF A FAMILY SEEKING REFUGE IN CANADA PROGRESS REPORT Great News! We have reached our fundraising target for resettling our refugee family! Thanks go out to you for your wonderful generosity. It is terrific to see how we have come together and provided the necessary funding for our initiative so quickly. […]
Read the Anglican Journal article on Archbishop Fred Hiltz and his Reflections on Canterbury. One of our youth, Jessica Davis-Sydor, made quite an impression on the Primate and the gathering with her question. Click the article below to read more.
All Saints Anniversary Concert & Cocktails A Fundraiser for the Pikangikum Water Project The Soloists and Choir of All Saints Kingsway with special guests: The Nathaniel Dett Chorale and Trio Bravo Photographs by Nicholas Bradford-Ewart
Special Vestry on refugee sponsorship – Sun Jan 31 after the 10am celebration, childcare provided A group of parishioners have been working diligently to prepare a plan for All Saints to sponsor a refugee family. Please join us for this special vestry to learn more. Accompanying Documents: Special Vestry Motion r1 All Saints Refugee Resettlement Plan Gantt project planner […]
December 23, 2015 Dear Members of All Saints Kingsway, Stonegate Ministry was delighted to receive your recent donations totalling $1,580.00 toward the Food Voucher program for Christmas food gift cards given to Stonegate and Lakeshore Blvd. W. families and individuals in need, which this December will number over 800; 70% of these families have 3 […]
– What is it? Why Are We Helping? Pikangikum First Nation Reserve in Northwestern Ontario is a community of 2200, of which half are youth. There is no all-year road access and no indoor water supply. The need for clean water remains great and this need will only increase as the population of Pikangikum grows. […]
Special Vestry on refugee sponsorship – Sunday January 31 after the 10am celebration A group of parishioners have been working diligently to prepare a plan for All Saints to sponsor a refugee family. Please join us for this special vestry to learn more.
The Pikangikum Water Project – What is it? Why Are We Helping? Pikangikum First Nation Reserve in Northwestern Ontario is a comunity of 2200, of which half are youth. There is no all-year road access and no indoor water supply. The need for clean water remains great and this need will only increase as the population […]
All Saints Kingsway sponsored three families this year through the Moorelands Christmas Sharing program. This program made Christmas possible for the 320 families who came to them for help this holiday. Thank you to everyone who contributed! Click here for a thank you message from Moorelands.
Copy of letter sent: March 13, 2015 To: The Right Honorable Stephen Harper, Prime Minister of Canada The Honorable Bernard Valcourt, MP, Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development The Honorable Kathleen Wynne, Premier of Ontario The Honorable David Zimmer, MPP, Minister of Aboriginal Affairs for the Province of Ontario RE: Pikangikum Dear Prime Minister […]
Thank you for your generous support of the Stonegate Ministry which provides a Christmas Voucher Program, for clients of the Food Bank, held at Christ Church-St. James, one of our Outreach Partners. The Food Bank serves the people of the Lakeshore and Stonegate Communities. Thank you to the faithful, generous people of ASK who […]
Did you know that we had about 20 guests sleeping in our church basement on Friday night? Did you know that almost 100 people were served a hot meal? Every year our church operates Out of the Cold. This year, it began November 27 and runs for 20 weeks. With the help of approximately 170 […]
Letter to Justin Trudeau from the Primate and Bishop Johnson November 4, 2015 The Right Honourable Justin Trudeau Prime Minister of Canada Office of the Prime Minister 80 Wellington Street Ottawa, ON K1A 0A2 Dear Prime Minister: On behalf of the Anglican Church of Canada (ACC) and the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada (ELCIC), we […]
Primate’s 2015 Election Message to Political Leaders With the 2015 Canadian federal election underway, Archbishop Fred Hiltz, Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, addresses the leaders of Canada’s five largest political parties, including Stephen Harper (Conservative), Tom Mulcair (New Democratic Party), Justin Trudeau (Liberal), Elizabeth May (Green), and Gilles Duceppe (Bloc Québécois). Outlining some […]