ADO Programs

Youth Activities & Programs

Youths and young adults are welcome to join in unique opportunities offered throughout our Ottawa and surrounding area communities. Stay tuned for new activities and programs coming this Fall!

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The Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund (PWRDF) is the Anglican Church of Canada’s agency for sustainable development, relief, refugees, and global justice.

Get to know PWRDF
Indigenous Justice

One of the ways ADO supports Indigenous Justice is through programs like its All My Relations’ (AMR) Circle. This is an ADO working group established to provide advice, advocate, and implement local and national educational programming about Canada’s First Peoples.

More about AMR & Indigenous Justice

Cursillo seeks to foster, develop, and sustain Christian leaders and to encourage apostleship.

More about Cursillo
Lifelong Formation

Education for Ministry & Licensed Lay Readers

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ADO Partnerships

Ecumenical & Interfaith Partnerships

The Anglican Church of Canada has a long and proud tradition of Ecumenical and Interfaith work. Ecumenically we participate in dialogues with with the Roman Catholic Church (through ARCIC), the Orthodox Churches, and the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada (with whom we have an agreement on shared ministry).

Learn about these partnerships

“We are in a cherished partnership with the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem. Archbishop Hosam Naoum and I first met in 2004, (…) Our friendship has been integral to the partnership between our dioceses(…) It has comprised pilgrimages, visits, courses, exchanges, advocacy, a women’s conference, parish partnerships, and financial support for health care institutions operated by the Diocese of Jerusalem.”

The Right Reverend Dr. Shane A. D. Parker
Bishop of Ottawa

More about Jerusalem
Fostering Partnerships worldwide

The ADO has a long-standing history of fostering partnerships within and between parishes, dioceses, and various entities across the global Anglican Communion. These collaborations promote various activities, including prayer, education, in-person visits, and the exchange of resources.