June Magazine 2022

June’s issue covers initiatives in our diocese that support spaces designed to encourage education and artistry. Holy Trinity Anglican Church has a newly renovated basement where the Emmanuel Mission Learning Centre will be run as a year-long education program, serving students who are newcomers to Canada. Hannah Foulger sheds light on the artist-in-residence program at saint benedict’s table, which has helped carve out spaces for artists in the community to do their work. Al Thorleifson contributes a piece about the Manitou Opera House, a dynamic space at the heart of Manitou’s arts community. And, Rick Morgan of St. George’s (Crescentwood) reports on his parish’s support of two students from the parish of All Martyr’s in Ndoddo, Central Buganda.

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