We are part of the Anglican Diocese of
QuAppelle of the Anglican Church of Canada.
is one of seven Anglican parishes in the City of Regina.
The church building is located in the southwest portion of Regina.
Eucharist is the centre of our spiritual life and mission.
Worship services are held at 9:00 and 10:30 Am on Sundays and 7:00 PM on
Diocese of QuAppelle
The Diocese of QuAppelle covers the southern
third of the civil province of Saskatchewan, and encompasses approximately half of the Saskatchewan
population. The cathedral and administration
of the diocese is based in the capital city, Regina. Established
in 1884, the diocese consists of 87 congregations worshipping in 81 communities.
as a diocese, is the same as for any Christian community:
To proclaim the faith of Christ incarnate, Christ crucified, Christ risen
and Christ among us.
The Anglican Church of Canada is an
autonomous national church within the Anglican Communion consisting of over 800,000
members on parish rolls (although many more identify themselves as Anglican in the
census). The first Anglicans in Canada were 16th
century Englich explorers led by Martin Frobisher and his chaplain, the Rev. Robert
Wolfall. The church did not become established
here, however, until the consecration of Charles Inglis as bishop of Nova Scotia in 1787. He had responsibility for colonists and missionary
work as far west as Niagara. The Canadian
church developed and grew with the country, becoming administratively independent of the
Church of England even as Canada became a self governing dominion within the Commonwealth. The head of the Anglican Church of Canada is the
Primate the presiding bishop of the national church.
The current primate of the Anglican Church of Canada is Archbishop Fred
Anglican Communion is a worldwide family of Christian Churches with some 70 members in 164
countries. In its country of reformation
origin it is called the Church of England; in other countries, it is usually called the
Anglican or Episcopal Church. Anglicanism
worldwide shares a common liturgical and theological tradition, catholic and reformed,
which is expressed in local contexts in a wide variety of languages and customs. While each national or regional church within the
Communion is autonomous, the Archbishop of Canterbury is its spiritual head the chief sign
of its unity. The current archbishop of Canterbury
is The Most Reverend and Right Honorable Dr. Rowan Williams.