BISHOP'S FINAL WORDS before her sabbatical

Bishop’s Message: This is the last day in the office for me before I leave on Sabbatical. I am so excited to be away for this sabbatical time of study in Chicago and trust that I will come back renewed and refreshed... Read More


ALL ARE WELCOME to Season of Creation Offerings

SECOND PROGRAMME focuses on WATER In the second annual Season of Creation programme, based at and around St. Paul's Cathedral, we will consider how water infuses and affect our life as Christians and the life of the... Read More


SHALL WE GATHER at the river

HOLY BAPTISM in the Coldwater River The Rev. Peter Van Der Leelie of St. Michael's Merrit wants to "take church outside" these days. He recently posted these photos on his FB site but he thought others might like to... Read More


NATIONAL INDIGENOUS BISHOP on "Blind Spot" for Canadian Anglicans

Indigenous Bishop slams the “doctrine of discovery” From the Anglican Journal The “doctrine of discovery” – the idea that indigenous people need to be discovered and westernised – has been criticised by the national... Read More


SEASON OF CREATION resources now available

Just in time for the Season of Creation which runs from Sept 1 – October 4, 2017 we are pleased to share Liturgical Offerings and other online resources suitable for The Season of Creation. The sample liturgies and... Read More


Bishop's Bulletin - AN OUTPOUR OF SUPPORT

This past Sunday’s gospel speaks of the disciples in a boat when a storm comes up and how Jesus meet them in the midst of their fear and concern for their personal safety.  Jesus reassures them, and us, that with... Read More


Financial support offered to fire-affected businesses

  From The Williams Lake Tribune: The B.C. government is offering emergency grants of $1,500 for eligible small businesses affected by wildfires in the B.C. Interior. Forests Minister Doug Donaldson announced... Read More


Aug. 14: Elephant Hill fire now estimated at 168,092 hectares

  From 100 Mile Free Press: The Elephant Hill fire is estimated at 168,092 hectares according to the latest BC Wildfire Service map. We finally are getting some better perimeter mapping from the weekends events,... Read More


DISPLACED DEER at Williams Lake

It's not just humans uprooted by fire. This is a photo from St. Peter's fenced-in memorial garden. This buck is communing with St. Francis in our memorial garden. He is hanging out in the neighbourhood, perhaps it... Read More


AUSSIE VISITORS at St. Saviour's, Barkerville

St. Saviour's Barkerville, the goldrush church recently welcomed a group of  Australians helping with the fires up here in the Cariboo. They are pictured here with Mrs. Reynard (wife of the historical incumbent of... Read More