Jesse Hair, Anglican Church of Canada
October 25, 2013
Full article at http://news.anglican.ca/news/stories/2641
Many Anglican parishes across the country face the question of what to do with aging church buildings–churches and parish halls that have structural problems, waste energy, and are just too big for congregational needs.
Three Anglicans will be sharing the stories how their congregations tackled these problems at a conference in Ottawa on Oct. 26 called Mission Building: Regenerating faith property for faith missions with community partners.
Randal Goodfellow, chair of General Synod’s Creation Matters Task Group, the Rev. Canon Dr. Cathy Campbell of St. Matthew’s in Winnipeg, and Dean Shane Parker of Christ Church Cathedral in Ottawa will all speak on the paths their parishes took and the challenges they faced.
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