Amazonia: Our Companion Diocese News
Renewal and Hope
By Rev. Hilton Gomes Renewal and Hope. These two words come to my mind and heart when I think about what is...
Being a Missionary Church: To serve, to witness, to reconcile
Marinez Bassotto's Pastoral Letter following her election as the new Primate of the Anglican Episcopal Church of Brazil on November 13, 2022
Bishop Marinez Bassotto of Amazonia elected Primate of Brazil
Bishop Marinez (centre) welcomed guests from Huron in September 2018. The Anglican Episcopal Church of Brazil,...
Permanent presence of God in our lives
Bishop Marinez Bassotto (Diocese of Amazonia) to Huron Synod I address my words to Bishop Todd and all the sisters...
Pandemic in Amazonia: bread and fish multiplied
Bishop Marinez of Amazonia in the empty cathedral in Belem By Joseane Paula Faith, Hope and Sharing are some of...
Lockdown in our fellow Diocese of Amazonia
By Nigel Challen The Diocese of Amazonia is struggling there much as we are enduring. The Cathedral in Belem has...
Morning prayer with Amazonia
By Nigel Challen On Sunday, March 29, I was given access through Facebook and watched Bishop Marinez, the Bishop of...
How to stay connected: adopt a program in Amazonia
Staying in touch: Ven. Tim Dobbin and Rev. Jenny Sharp with their friends in Amazonia By Stephanie Donaldson In...
What does Amazonia have to teach us? An awful lot!
By Ven. Tim Dobbin Even as we sit on a very cramped flight from Belem to Sao Paulo swimming in a myriad of thoughts...
“Christ now has only our hands!”
From Bishop Marinez Bassotto’s sermon at Huron Synod, May 26, 2019