News

Archive: October 2015

Legacy funds to build church leadership

Renew is an initiative to build the financial and spiritual health of our Huron family, to focus on mission and ministry, and to identify needed resources to make our visions and dreams a reality. Our Enduring Legacy  Endowments An endowment is an investment fund from...

St. Paul’s Cathedral turns to music for its Renew capital campaign

Two concerts featuring musicians well loved in the Diocese of Huron are coming to St. Paul’s Cathedral this fall with all proceeds going to the Renew the Cathedral capital campaign. The cathedral’s Renew campaign includes: An elevator for accessibility and safety of...

Ad sales rep joins newspaper

Huron Church News welcomes Deidre DiNino as our new advertising sales representative. Deidre is a lifelong Anglican and once held (and perhaps still does hold) the record as the youngest youth delegate to Synod. She has served on parish councils and is currently a...

Rwanda school project keeps growing

By Rev. Canon Tony W. Bouwmeester. In 1994, the African country of Rwanda experienced the terrible trauma of genocide. Nearly one million people lost their lives in one hundred days. The human, as well as the physical infrastructure, of the country was nearly...

Water activists hosted at the Bend

A group of 20 indigenous women, men, and children on a walk to bring awareness of the value of water were hosted for lunch by St. John’s by the Lake, Grand Bend, on Aug. 5. The group was walking from Matane, Que., to Madeline Island, Wis., as part of a larger group...