ACW Diocesan Update – May 2017

ACW Diocesan Update – May 2017

An overview on what’s happening

Source: ACW Diocesan President, Daphne Parsons

Special Events for 2017

May 26-28  Tri-Diocesan Meetings:  taking place in Corner Brook from May 26-28. Representatives from each Diocese will attend. The Theme is: “Do Justice, Love Kindness, and Walk Humbly with Your God.”

June 15-18  National Gathering for All Anglican Women:  to be held from June 15-18, 2017 at Redeemer University College in Ancaster, Ontario.

Sep 15-17  Central Newfoundland ACW Diocesan Conference: being held in Twillingate, September 15, 16, &17. The theme is “I am the Vine, You are the Branches.”  This conference will be attended by representatives from all Primary Branches.  Keep checking the Calendar on this website as more information (Agenda, registration form, etc.,) will be provided as it becomes available.

PLEASE NOTE  Regarding accommodations for those planning to attend the Conference in Twillingate, some of the available accommodation sites are already taking bookings for the month of September.  Click here to see/download the list.

Schedule of District Meetings for 2017

District District Name 2017 Meetings Meeting Location
1 Exploits 3-Jun Bishop’s Falls
2 Notre Dame 3-Jun Boyd’s Cove
3 Bonavista North 27-May Trinity, B. Bay
4 St. Nicholas (Alexander Bay) 13-May Sandringham
5 Bonavista Peninsula 22-Apr Burgoyne’s Cove
6 St. Mary the Virgin (Burin) 3-Jun Marystown
7 South Coast 27-May Hermitage

FIRST EVER ACW Sunday – April 23, 2017

This year, for the first time, with the approval of Bishop John Watton and the support of all ACW branches throughout the Diocese, a date was designated as ACW Sunday. The date set was April 23, 2017. (Note: Alternative dates could be chosen if need be.)

The theme: Leaders of Courage, Serving by Faith.

Resources for ACW Sunday were prepared by Diocesan President, Daphne Parsons).  Downloadable copies are provided below for your convenience.


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