Youth raising awarness

Youth from across the Diocese are encouraging congregations to engage in raising awareness and support of mental health illness throughout the month of October. In the Deanery of Algoma on Sunday, October 29th at 4pm, all are welcomed to gather for Coffee & Conversation about the importance of acceptance and understanding of those struggling with…

Rejoice & Be Glad!

A celebration of 150 years in song, drama, dance and backlit puppets presented by St. Luke’s Cathedral Players! Saturday, Oct 21, 2017 at 7pm Sault Community Theatre Centre Tickets $21.00 (children 12 and under $3.00) Available at the Station Mall Box Office In support of Children’s Aid Society of Algoma’s Youth In Care Education Assistance…

United in the hope of peace

On Wednesday evening, in spite of the bitter cold wind, about 200 people stood in solidarity in front of the courthouse.  Candles were lit, messages of hope and solidarity were heard.  Friendships were made. You can read more about the vigil from the coverage by Kenneth Armstrong of SooToday.   In light of the tragic loss…

Algoma Deanery says farewell to Bishop Stephen & Fawna

Most in the deanery are likely already aware that Bishop Stephen has announced his resignation as Bishop of Algoma effective August 1, to take up ministry as Principal of Wycliffe College in Toronto.  It goes without saying that Bishop Stephen and Fawna will be greatly missed throughout the diocese, in particular here in the deanery of…