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Canadian Lutheran, Anglican Leaders Lift Up National Housing Day; Call For Reflection, Care For Our Neighbours And Prayer

In a letter from Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada National Bishop Susan C. Johnson and Anglican Church of Canada Primate Fred Hiltz, the leaders lift up National Housing Day and call on the two churches, to reflect on our calling, as Christians, to care for our neighbours and to offer prayers for affordable housing for all.

The full text of the letter follows.

CLAY 2018

August 15-19, 2018
Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, ON

Looking to register your Home Team for CLAY 2018? Registration information is now available! Online registration opens January 15, 2018. Home Teams who complete the entire registration process between January 15 and April 30, 2018 will pay a registration fee of $595 per participant.

Seven agencies call on Canadians to support the Rohingya Crisis appeal

The Humanitarian Coalition and its member agencies, including Canadian Lutheran World Relief, welcome the Government of Canada’s decision to launch the Myanmar Crisis Relief Fund for the response to the Rohingya Crisis. Canadians have until November 28 to see their donations matched by the government into a response pool for the Rohingya Crisis.
 

Your Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2018 materials have arrived!

Every year between January 18-25th is the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity. Christians around the world are invited to pray for the unity of all Christians, to reflect on scripture together, to participate in jointly-organized ecumenical services, and to share fellowship.

Today, we live with divisions even as we yearn for the unity promised and commissioned by Christ.

A letter from ELCIC National Bishop Susan C. Johnson on International Day for the Eradication of Poverty, October 17

In a letter from Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada (ELCIC) National Bishop Susan C. Johnson on International Day for the Eradication of Poverty, October 17, she invites prayers for all those affected by poverty and calls on church members to "raise awareness about the issues that contribute to poverty within our communities and engage in initiatives that address these challenges."

The full text of the letter follows.

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