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  • Walking in Your Way towards Justice and Wholeness

    Morning Prayer begins at 8:30 am135th DIOCESAN SYNOD

  • Walking in Your Way Towards Justice and Wholeness

    Synod Keynote Address The Rev. Norman Wesley St. Thomas, Moose Factory

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    Giving Hope: The Diocesan Annual Appeal

    Canon Monica Patten Chair, Bishops Financial Development Advisory Panel The Rev. Mark Whittall Saint Albans

  • Growing in Faith Together

    Demonstrated generosity of Anglicans

    Showed capacity to raise funds in this Diocese

    Millions for mission and ministry

    THANK YOU!

  • Consultative Process

    Key groups and individuals

    Tested and refined based on feedback

    Diocesan Council recommended for approval

  • Case for Support

    Engaging the World

    Refugee Ministry $60,000

    Mission Engagement $80,000

    Community Ministries $140,000

    Community Engagement $75,000

    Total $355,000

  • Case for Support (Contd)

    Life-long Formation

    Learning Facilitator $40,000

    Parish Ministry Institute $15,000

    Curacies $90,000

    Total $145,000

  • Giving Hope Budget

    Goal of $500,000

    Appeal expenses $60,000

    Total amount to be raised: $560,000

  • Giving Hope Timeline & Process

    Lent and Easter annually

    Crosstalk insert and reply envelope

    Direct mail to individuals

  • Communications

    Voluntary parish participation

    Printed materials available

    Video

    Speakers bureau

  • Walking in Your Way towards Justice and Wholeness

    Primates World Relief and Development Fund

    Jane Maxwell Chair, PWRDF

  • Walking in Your Way towards Justice and Wholeness

    Diocesan Synod 2016 Jane Maxwell Chair, PWRDF

  • PWRDF Ottawa Diocesan Activities 2016

  • PWRDF Parish Reps at work!

  • Walking in Your Way towards Justice and Wholeness

    Adele FinneyRetiring Executive-Director, PWRDF

  • What is PWRDF?OUR VISION

    Creating a truly just, healthy and peaceful world

    PWRDF is our Canadian Anglican response to emergency relief, refugees, long

    term development and social justice.

  • PWRDFs Maternal, Newborn and Child Health Program

  • Child Health Monitoring in Mozambique

  • Many Small-scale Farmers are Women

  • Improving the health of mothers and children through a good, healthy diet.

  • MNCH Partners EventMon. Nov. 7th: 6:30 9:00 pm.

    Christ Church CathedralDr. Joel M. Mubiligi

    Partners in Health Rwanda

  • Emergency Assistance: Fort McMurray Wildfires

  • PWRDF Sends $15,000 for Relief in Alberta Wildfires

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    Will PostmaNew Executive-Director, PWRDF

  • St. Thomas All Saints Service of Thanksgiving

  • PWRDF LINKS

    PWRDF Website: www.pwrdf.org

    PWRDF Ottawa: http://www.ottawa.anglican.ca/

    PWRDF.html EMAIL: pwrdf@anglican.ottawa.ca

    http://www.pwrdf.org/http://www.ottawa.anglican.ca/PWRDF.htmlmailto:pwrdf@anglican.ottawa.ca

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    Justice Camp: Cuba-CanadaApril 30-May 7, 2016 Matanzas, Cuba Rhondda MacKay Saint Margarets

  • 25 Canadians met 25 Cubans

    Church and Retreat Centre, Matanzos

  • The Neighbourhood

    Backyard friends

  • Opening Eucharist, 7 am

    Bishop Griselda with Chaplains Margret and Johannes

  • Intercultural and Intergenerational

    Fun and fellowshipDiscussion, learning

  • Informative lecturesDr. Manual Calvino, Psychology

    Professor, TV personality

  • Professor Lourdes Iberra on social conditions for families in CubaIncreasing economic inequality

    There is new rich class, but value of work decreased

    Most incomes cannot meet basic needs of families.

    There is equal opportunity for education but not equal resources.

    Longer life expectancyaging populationsenior poverty

    Increasing 1 parent families; 60% of the work force is women.

  • Group ExperiencesFood Security Immersion Group participants weeding in a farm located behind the Iglesia Episcopal Santa Maria Virgen in Itabo, Cuba PWRDF supports the Episcopal Diocese of Cuba and its Integrated Development Program (IDP)

    Economic justice immersion group in Havana Alicia feeds a resident at Colony Shelter

  • Social Engagement Group Ecumenical Seminary in Matanzos

  • Centre for Reflection and Dialogue Cuba (CCRD)

    From Art Exhibition

    If we are not part of the Solution, We are part of the problem.

  • Organic Farm

    Gardens Fields

  • CCRD Farm Farmer explains

    processingProduce for sale in recycled containers

  • Rebuilt Church in Matanzas

  • Estela Vilanes explains redevelopment of first Episcopal church in the country over past 4 years

  • Experiencing Beach at Varadero

  • The impact of Varadero Hotels on the local

    culture and economy

    Hotels not open to Cubans until 2010

    Economic disparity Prostitution Ecological damage

    loss of mangroves affecting coral

    Drain on electricity and aquifers

    Black market Suburban development Most Cubans cant afford them

  • EducationInspirationSolidarity

  • For more information

    You Tube Video International Justice Camp 2016

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DcmlFwSRlOQ

    PWRDF.ORG

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DcmlFwSRlOQhttp://pwrdf.org

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    Anglican Military Ordinariate

    LCol, The Ven. Michelle Staples Joint Operations Command Chaplain

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    Who are We?

    The Chaplains who make up the Anglican Military Ordinariate are Your Chaplains and their families:

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    Why are we There?

    To be there every step of the way To offer care to the members and to provide advice to

    the Commanders To provide ceremonial leadership To engage with other key leaders (religious and civic)

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    What do we Do?

    Minister to our own faith tradition, facilitate the worship of others, and care for all!

    We exercise a liturgical and sacramental ministry as well as a ministry of presence in all circumstances.

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    What do we Do?

    Specialists (Interfaith Pastoral/Spiritual Care) and Generalists (referrals to other Helping Professionals and services) always accompanying members and their families in every circumstance

    Educate, Advocate, Invigorate in spiritual matters

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    Burial of the Dead at Sea

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    What can you do?

    When you pray for Peace and Justice, please pray for this ministry, our military and their families

    Please pray for our Bishop and Chaplains, and please pray for vocations the need is great!

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    Conclusion

    Its not the mountain in your path that will wear you down. Its the stone in your shoe.

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    All My Relations Working Group

    Margaret Lemaire & Debbie Grisdale Co-Chairs, All My Relations Working Group

  • Walking in Your Way towards Justice and Wholeness

    All My Relations Working GroupAnglican Diocese of Ottawa 2016

  • All My Relations

    Key Functions Build a circle of Indigenous and concerned non-indigenous people in the

    diocese

    Identify and provide human, educational and liturgical resources

    Act as a link with the Anglican Church of Canada and support relevant priorities

  • All My Relations

    Key Functions (contd) Provide advice or guidance to the Bishop and Diocesan Council.

    Be a support to other diocesan groups or individuals.

  • All My Relations

    The Sacred Circle

    Anglican Council Indigenous Ministries

  • All My Relations

    Challenges and Opportunities

  • All My Relations

    Signs of Hope

  • All My Relations

    The Way Forward

  • All My Relations

    Thank you

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    Merci

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    All My Relations Co-Chairs Margaret Lemaire margaret_lemaire@hotmail.com Debbie Grisdale debbiegrisdale@gmail.com

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    Diocesan Stewardship Subcommittee

    Jane Scanlon Stewardship Development Officer

  • Stewardship Development Officer, Jane Scanlon