Messy Church Fun Had By All!

On Friday, March 16th, adults and children gathered in Trinity Centre for a Messy Church – St. Patrick’s Day style! The event was hosted by Holy Trinity Church, Sault Ste Marie. There was plenty of fun and food and biblical reflection.  Thank you to The Rev. Claire Miller for organizing the activities and thank you…

Upcoming Events in our Deanery

The Rev. Pam Rayment will be the pastoral presence at “Healing Our Community”, an event addressing the opioid crisis in Sault Ste Marie and surrounding area. It will be at Sault College, G 1200, on Monday, March 19th, beginning at 6:30 pm. Free parking in the J lot. Confirmed Panelists: Shawna Thomas -Algoma Public Health…

Tackling Homelessness Named Deanery Priority

Homelessness and a lack of affordable housing are a fact of life facing thousands of men, women, and children across our diocese – and within our deanery.  Members of Deanery Council were confronted with the stark reality of this problem at its March 3rd meeting.  The 4th Sunday of Easter has been designated as a…

CLAY Fundraiser

It all started with a question… Where is my Deanery of Algoma shirt? At Youth Synod 2017, Bishop Anne wore a different shirt representing each of the deaneries… all except the Deanery of Algoma.  This sparked a conversation suggesting the creation of a Deanery of Algoma logo and in turn, getting shirts made and selling…

Calling all Lay Readers

Lay Readers’ Pre-Lenten Retreat & Training Friday, February 24th and Saturday, February 25th, 2017 The Trinity Center, Sault Ste Marie, ON Registration is 6:00 – 6:30 p.m. on the Friday Wrap-up will be 3:30 p.m. on Saturday Lay Readers provide an important ministry in our churches throughout the deanery.  The demands on a Lay Reader’s time…

Calling all Algoma Deanery Lectors and Lay Readers

  Saturday Sep 24, 2016 10am – 3pm Emmaus Anglican Church 1643 Wellington St. East, Sault Ste. Marie RSVP Rev’d Pamela Rayment Lunch provided. Free-will offering appreciated. ____________________ An effective Proclamation of the Word in Liturgy demands more than adequate reading skills on the part of the clergy, Lectors and Lay Readers if congregations are to…