This page has many useful links for students of this course. There are links to those of our sponsoring Dioceses who have web sites as well as links
for theological seminaries, and other web sites that we thought might be useful. We will be updating this page regularly, so come back and visit it, often.
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Other Useful Links Anglican Dioceses and Parishes
OTHER USEFUL LINKS
The Anglican Church
This web site is for the Anglican (Episcopal) Church around the world. Its purpose is to help Anglicans and Episcopalians communicate with each other
more easily, and to help everyone learn about our church.
Anglicans on Line
ANGLICAN DIOCESES AND PARISHES
This is a comprehensive site with essays about topics of interest, the basics of Anglican belief and a host of other useful information about the Anglican
and Episcopal churches around the world.
Anglican Parishes of the Central Interior
The Anglican Parishes of the Central Interior came into being on January 1, 2002. We encompass the same geographical area as our predecessor, the
Diocese of Cariboo – some 65,000 square miles in the heart of British Columbia.
Angican Diocese of B.C.
The Diocese is comprised of 6 Deaneries, with 56 parishes which are located on Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands of Canada's west coast.
The Anglican Diocese of Calgary
This Diocese is comprised of 96 Parishes, is located in the southern part of the Province of Alberta and covers an area of 82,000 square miles.
The Anglican Diocese of Edmonton
This Diocese is located in the central and northern area of the Province of Alberta.
The Anglican Diocese of Huron
The Diocese of Huron is a diverse and vibrant community with more than 200 churches stretching from Windsor to Port Rowan to Tobermory.
The Anglican Diocese of Kootenay
This Diocese is comprised of 55 Parishes, is located in the Okanagan Valley and the Kootenay areas of the Province of British Columbia and covers an area
of 83,000 square miles.
The Anglican Diocese of Montreal
This Diocese, comprises the City and Island of Montreal, the Laurentians, the South Shore of the Montreal Region, and part of the Eastern Townships.
The Anglican Diocese of Niagara
The Diocese of Niagara is the local expression of the Anglican Church of Canada in Guelph and Hamilton, the regions of Niagara and Halton, as well as
Wellington, Haldimand and Dufferin counties, who acknowledges with respect the history, spirituality, and culture of the Indigenous peoples with whom
the Upper Canada Treaties were signed and the territory wherein our church resides, and our responsibility as Treaty members.
The Anglican Diocese of New Westminster
This Diocese is comprised of 80 Parishes and is located in the lower mainland (west coast) area of the Province of British Columbia.
The Anglican Diocese of Nova Scotia & Prince Edward Island
This Diocese is comprised of the two civil Provinces of Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island, and covers and area of 37,203 square kilometres.
The Anglican Diocese of Ottawa
The Diocese of Ottawa with its See City being the National Capital of Canada, straddles the Ottawa River and includes the Eastern Counties of Ontario and
the Western Counties of Quebec. The Diocese includes a mix of large urban and small rural farming and forestry communities, spanning 180km.
The Anglican Diocese of Rupert's Land
The Diocese of Rupert’s Land is home to 11,000 Anglicans, worshipping in sixty-four parishes and three missions. Thirty-one
parishes and three missions are found within the see city of Winnipeg.
The Anglican Diocese of Western Newfoundland
The Diocese of Western Newfoundland is located in the eastern most Province of Canada.
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