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Update – March 23, 2020

Until such time as we can come together once again, we must adapt and do things a little differently.  Many parishes are doing service videos, wellness calls to parishioners, Zoom gatherings, and text messages. We encourage you to stay in contact with your clergy and fellow parishioners.  Check in on one another, in whatever way makes sense.  Stay up-to-date with the diocese by our Facebook posts or by our YouTube channel.

Remember, too, that the expenses of your parish continue.  As you are able, we encourage you to donate to your parish and the diocese.  Some parishes have pre-authorized donations.  This would be a great time to explore that option.  Others, including the diocese (General, Henry Budd College and Camp) can be donated to through regular means or even through CanadaHelps.org.  The only difference there is that they send you a receipt and we don’t know who made the donations unless you tell us.

The first priority in the diocese is our people, the church.  Clergy will continue being paid so that they can continue to minister.  Our staff continues to be paid.  With prayer and action, we will get through this together.

 

We’re going to share the GOOD NEWS, literally!

In these strange times, clergy are looking at different ways to minister and remain in contact within our parishes.  There are many ways this is being explored throughout the communion.  As such, we have set up a diocesan YouTube channel so that we may share services, bible studies, and other tidbits that will narrow the divide we find ourselves in these days.  Watch this space for new content.

“It is the Lord who goes before you. He will be with you; he will not leave you or forsake you. Do not fear or be dismayed.”  —Deuteronomy 31:8

See COVID-19 response under “News” to the right.

 

Contact us:

Telephone:  204-727-2380                                        Fax:  1-844-725-7533

7th Bishop of the Diocese of Brandon:  The Right Rev’d William Cliff – bishop@brandon.anglican.ca

Executive Financial Officer:  Mr. Greig Scott – finance@brandon.anglican.ca

Executive Assistant to the Bishop & Dean:  The Rev’d Cheryl Kukurudz – admin@brandon.anglican.ca

Administrative Archivist:  Ms. Teresa Longworth – info@brandon.anglican.ca

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Clergy

Congregations

Austin, Christ Church
Bethany, St. John’s
Birtle, St. George’s
Binscarth, St. Matthew’s
Boissevain, St. Matthew’s
Brandon, St. George’s
Brandon, St. Mary’s
Brandon, St. Matthew’s Cathedral
Carberry, St. Agnes’
Cartwright, Christ Church
Chemawawin, Easterville, St. Alban’s
Churchill, St. Paul’s
Cormorant, St. Luke’s
Dauphin, St. Paul’s
Deloraine, St. Andrew’s
Elkhorn, St. Mark’s
Flin Flon, St. Peter & St. James’
Gilbert Plains, St. Matthew’s
Gladstone, All Saints
Glenboro, St. Stephen’s
Grand Rapids, St. James’
Grand Rapids, St. John’s
Grandview, Christ Church
Kelwood, St. John’s
Killarney, Holy Trinity
Lynn Lake, St. Simon’s

MacGregor, St. Paul’s
McCreary, St. Michael & All Angels
Melita, Christ Church
Miniota, Holy Trinity
Minnedosa, St. Mark’s
Mosakahiken, Moose Lake, St. John’s
Neepawa, St. James’
Opaskwayak, The Pas, Church of the Messiah
Opaskwayak, The Pas, Church of the Redeemer
Reston, St. John’s
Rivers, St. James’
Roblin, Christ Church
Russell, Christ Church
Sapotaweyak, Shoal River, St. Andrew’s
Shoal Lake, St. Paul’s
Snow Lake Anglican/United Church
Sioux Valley, St. Luke’s
Solsgirth, Sts. James and Stephen’s
Souris, St. Luke’s
Swan River, St. James’
The Pas, Christ Church
Thompson, St. James’
Wabowden, St. Andrew’s
Wawanesa, St. Paul’s
Virden, St. Mary’s