The Anglican Mission in Canada will be holding their annual National Conference on May 12-14, 2016 in Richmond, BC. The theme of this year’s conference is evangelism, recognizing that God’s calling of a people to Himself has always been for a wider purpose.
Bishop Philip Jones, Apostolic Vicar for the Anglican Mission in Americas, is this year’s guest speaker.
Registration is $45 and is open to members of the Anglican Mission in Canada, the Anglican Mission in the Americas, and to those would would like to come and see what the Lord is doing.
“Our national conference provides attendees a chance to connect with family – missionally, cross-culturally and inter-generationally,” said Rev. Dave De Jong, Associate Pastor at Jericho Road Church and Administrator for The Mission Canada. “This has taken four to five years to grow but we are seeing the fruit of new leaders initiating gospel works and helping shape our culture, and we look forward to greater cross-cultural influence as we receive from and contribute to theAM’s growth as a global mission.”
To access a schedule, brochure, and directions for registration, go to the Anglican Mission in Canada website.
You can read a recap of last year’s conference by visiting http://www.theamcanada.ca/node/97.