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

In the week of 17 July 2022 we pray for The Most Rev. Greg Kerr-Wilson, Archbishop, and the clergy and people of the Diocese of Calgary.

"Established in 1888 with the city of Calgary as its base... the Anglican Diocese of Calgary includes approximately 10,000 Anglicans in 71 active parishes in the southern part of the Province of Alberta. From the Saskatchewan border in the east to the British Columbia border in the west and from the U.S. border in the south to an east-west line running through Lacombe just north of Red Deer, the Anglican Diocese of Calgary encompasses an area of approximately 88,000 square kilometres." [source]

About the Archbishop

About the Indigenous Bishop of Treaty 7 Territory

Take a tour of parishes, arranged by deanery (geographical areas)

The diocesan cathedral Church of the Redeemer, built in 1905 and created Pro-Cathedral in 1889 and Cathedral in 1949, is in Calgary. 

The diocesan newsletter (twice-monthly) for early July is here, and click 'Recent Issues' for other dates.

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