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Bishop John Chapman
The Right Reverend
John H. Chapman
Bishop of Ottawa

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Bishop John Chapman looks forward to an active and creative year in the Diocese as we embrace God's future. Larger screenview is available here
 


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The Anglican Journal has launched a special web page based on the newspaper's extensive coverage of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada's (TRC) national events. The dedicated web page includes links to more than 150 news, features, videos and photos from the Journal, providing public access to "rich and compelling archival material about this important part of Canadian and church history - at their fingertips," the Journal reported January 12. In creating the web page, it said, "the Journal offers a valuable resource that will be of use not just now, but in perpetuity." The TRC is a key component of the Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement signed in 2007 by the federal government, four church denominations, the Assembly of First Nations and other aboriginal organizations. From the late 19th century to the mid-20th century, about 150,000 aboriginal children were put into residential schools across Canada. Many were physically, emotionally and sexually abused. The Anglican church operated 26 of the 80 schools from the mid-19th century into the 1970s.

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Canons, Bylaws & Regulations
For reference, indexed files are available for viewing or download by visiting here

Christ Church Cathedral Ottawa
The Cathedral is an open place of welcome, worship and hospitality

Consolidated Trust Fund
Established to assist parishes in managing and investing... learn more

Daily Bread Project
Our mission is to walk with children and their caregivers living in poverty.... read more

Diocesan Archives and Genealogical resources
To collect, preserve, make available and exhibit the historically significant records from 1779 to the present

Diocesan Email List Opt-in
Subscribe to the Diocese's secure electronic mailing lists by visiting the opt-in page

Diocesan Prayer Cycle
In this Prayer Calendar, we have tried to reflect the life of the Diocese of Ottawa. Please visit the list here

Directory
Contact information for The Bishop's office, Synod office staff and more

GIFT - Growing in Faith Together
Fundraising campaign of the Anglican Diocese of Ottawa

Marriage Preparation Courses
For information, course dates and registration forms please visit here

Outreach
Community Ministries |  Serving God's World

Policies of the Diocese
Administration |  Safe Churches |  Worship | 

Stewardship
The use of our time, gifts of intelligence towards the goal of following Christ's example of goodness, compassion....more

Synod 2013
The 132nd Session of the Synod of the Diocese of Ottawa - October 17-19, 2013. Information

Temple Pastures Retreat Centre
A Holy Place where God renews mind, body and spirit.


Children and Youth Ministry Retreat with special guest, Sylvia Keesmaat. March 21-23, 2015. Learn more and register online.

Money, Values & Me 2015
This one-day conference at Christ Church Cathedral in Ottawa will help participants to address the challenges that today's consumer culture places on our 'personal' stewardship-our values and and our sense of perspective in making financial decisions as individuals, families and households.
More information

DYC (Diocesan Youth Conference).
May 15-17,2015. Christie Lake Camp Perth.
Learn more

Schedule online
Marriage, Re-Marriage and Step-Parenting Preparation Courses
More information


CrosstalkCrosstalk is the newspaper of the Anglican Diocese of Ottawa.

View or download the January 2015

Published ten times each year, Crosstalk keeps church members up-to-date on diocesan news and brings lively commentary, photos, meditations and advertisements into the home.

More info and previous issues

Email the editor at ott-crosstalk@ottawa.anglican.ca

Employment

Cornerstone Housing for Women Administrator
Job description available here. Expressions of interest by February 1, 2015.

St. Margaret's Vanier seeks a Parish Administrator
The new administrator will be responsible for supporting the work of the parish and our rector....read more

Volunteer Opportunitites

Centre 454 is looking for people to volunteer for our Weekend Program beginning Saturday, December 6. Please contact the Volunteer Coordinator at jessica.tomas@ottawa.anglican.ca or 613-235-4351 ext. 229. Visit our website http://www.centre454.ca/index.php/en/how-to-help to complete the application form.

Synod Office - Volunteer Pool
As our diocesan staff at 71 Bronson prepares for a busy autumn of workshops and new initiatives, we are looking for people to join a new pool of volunteer administrative assistants. This would be a great way to connect with all sorts of people and projects and make a real difference in the way we do things. Timing is flexible and you will be supervised by a member of the admin staff.


GIFT CampaignGIFT campaign, 2011- 2016
Contribute to our exciting capital campaign, raising $12-million for parish, diocesan and wider church programs and ministries Through increased involvement and support, GIFT draws us together as one Church. As it builds on the positive results of the stewardship initiatives currently in practice, parishioners will develop a better understanding of our Church's ministries in parishes and in local communities as well as nationally and internationally. Ultimately, this experience will give far more to a parish than merely the dollars raised.

Canada Helps - Donate nowCanada Works donation
Help the Diocese in other ways
With your help, the Diocese of Ottawa sponsors a number of community ministries including Centre 454, Cornerstone, The Well, and the Ottawa Pastoral Centre. In addition, our parishes and programs further the gospel in the Ottawa valley. A donation to the Diocese through Canada Helps, whether one-time or repeating, can be designated to a specific program if you wish.

 


 
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