Anglican bishop cycling across Canada

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Anglican bishop cycling across Canada for unity, healing, and reconciliation
Anglican Bishop Robert Hardwick is cycling across Canada on a pilgrimage to foster unity, healing, and reconciliation within the Anglican Church of Canada, with Aboriginal Peoples, and with those who are hurting.
Hardwick will meet and pray with people during his 62-day, 7,877-kilometre journey that began at Holland Point Park in Victoria, British Columbia on May 19 and ends in St. John’s, Newfoundland on Aug. 1.
He will attempt to raise $2 million during his journey, to support indigenous ministries within the Anglican Church of Canada ($800,000), build a medical centre in Muyinga, Burundi, help construct a Habitat for Humanity home in Regina, Sask., and conduct evangelism and mission work in the Diocese of Qu’Appelle in southern Saskatchewan ($1.2 million).
Bishop Hardwick has been preparing for this pilgrimage for two years. During his 62-day pilgrimage, he will celebrate his 62nd birthday, 25 years of ordained ministry, and 40 years of marriage to wife Lorraine. He will also have the opportunity to do something that makes a difference for people who also want to make a difference in their community.
The bishop will be cycling from Austin, MB, to Winnipeg, MB, on June 11, 2018. Media are invited to speak with the bishop, direct phone number below.
Daily prayers, a thought for the day, and location updates will be posted on the bishop’s Facebook page, at This will enable people to pray along with the bishop. Video posts will also be posted to the diocesan website at
For more information contact Bishop Rob Hardwick, at 306-531-6104 or [email protected].
The Anglican Diocese of Qu’Appelle


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