Province of Rupert’s Land Elects New Metropolitan

On Thursday, June 18, the Provincial Synod of Rupert’s Land elected a new Metropolitan, Archbishop Greg Kerr-Wilson of the Diocese of Calgary. As Metropolitan, Greg with continue in his role as bishop of that diocese.

Photo: Intercultural Dialogue Institute of Calgary
Photo: Intercultural Dialogue Institute of Calgary

He transferred to Calgary three years ago after six years as the Bishop of Qu’Appelle, in southern Saskatchewan. The Province of Rupert’s Land covers ten dioceses: the Arctic, Athabasca (AB), Calgary, Edmonton, Qu’Appelle, Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Brandon, Mishamikoweesh, and Rupert’s Land. Please keep Archbishop Greg in prayer as he takes on this new role in addition to his current tasks.
Congratulations, Greg!


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