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image: The Anglican Church of Canada's map of Canadian dioceses and provinces, from (modified to highlight the Diocese of Algoma)

In the week of 16 April 2023 we pray for diocesan bishop The Most Rev. Anne Germond, Archbishop, and the clergy and people of the Diocese of Algoma.

In the ACC/ELCIC Cycle of Prayer, we also pray this week for climate justice and healthy relationships with the earth.

"Founded in 1873, the Diocese of Algoma covers an area of 70,000 square miles of northern Ontario and includes Thunder Bay, Gravenhurst, Manitoulin Island and New Liskeard." There are about 30,000 members in 70 parishes throughout the diocese. [sourceList of parishes

About the Bishop

The diocesan cathedral of St Luke, built as a parish church in 1870 and designated the cathedral in 1973, is in Sault Ste. Marie

Images of cathedral from, more here

Photos of life in the diocese, from the diocesan website

The diocesan newsletter is the Algoma Anglican.


Do you have connections with this diocese? We'd love to hear about them!