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Algoma Deanery News


Posted: Jun 12, 2018

Living the Mission:  Bishop Rob's Ride for Unity, Healing, and Reconciliation

Over the course of a planned 62 days, the 7,877-kilometre cycling journey will take Bishop Hardwick from Victoria, B.C. to St. John’s, Newfoundland, during which he will meet and pray with thousands of people in hundreds of congregations.

“I’m hoping to gather people’s comments, what they understand those three words [unity, healing, and reconciliation] to mean in their own lives,” the bishop said.

“Obviously in our church, we are fairly conflicted in some issues. So what does it mean to be a church of unity? What does it mean to be a church of healing and reconciliation as well?”

Though his main focus is prayer and meeting people, Bishop Hardwick is also hoping to raise $2 million from individuals and dioceses he encounters in his travels.  

Should that goal be reached, approximately $1.2 million would go towards funding a medical centre in Muyinga, Burundi, a Habitat for Humanity build in Regina, Sask., a diocesan theological school, and ministries focused on children, youth, and First Nations. The remaining $800,000 would be earmarked for the Anglican Healing Fund.


Here is the link to Bishop Rob's Facebook page:

https://www.facebook.com/DoQMission/

You can donate online at that link or on the Anglican Church of Canada website. Also, Bishop Anne mentioned that we will be taking up a collection during the service at the Garden River Community Center so that is a convenient option for those people who will be attending. 

 

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