We asked candidates what they consider to be important next steps in Niagara’s commitment to truth and reconciliation with Indigenous peoples living within the diocese and the northern part of Turtle Island known as Canada.
News In The Diocese
We asked candidates for their views about the role of Bishop as teacher.
Young adults meet at Cathedral to explore God’s call
We asked candidates what their view is with regards to equal marriage and whether they will, as Niagara’s bishop, continue to authorize the current permissive pastoral practice in the lead up to General Synod 2019.
We asked candidates what they anticipate being their most significant area for growth as the spiritual and organizational leader of our diocese.
Profiles released as March 3 episcopal election approaches
With thanksgiving and tears, parishioners gather for final service
Detailed biographical information and responses published
"O little Town of Bethlehem" is both a beautiful Christmas hymn and meaningful prayer
Seven priests let their name stand for upcoming episcopal election
Final charge by Bishop Michael Bird encourages, reflects and gives thanks
Governing body meets at Christ’s Church Cathedral in Hamilton
New formula aims to share gifts effectively and faithfully
Special committee formed to oversee electoral synod process
Formal covenant establishes a renewed ministry presence
Bishop of Cuba issues pastoral letter in the wake of hurricane Irma
Bishop to conclude his episcopal ministry in Niagara, as of June 1, 2018
Hurricane Irma to impact our companion diocese on Friday & Saturday
Annual consultation reflects on mutual commitment and pulling together
Submission to province regarding Bill 148 focuses on human dignity