Lots of Ways to Get Involved.
The Mission & Ministry of the Council of the North
The Council of the North is a grouping of financially assisted dioceses, territories, and ministries of the Anglican Church of Canada who work together to provide pastoral and sacramental ministry to all who are living in isolated communities in Canada’s North.
Our Local Food Banks
Foodbanks are located at the Church of the Annunciation and at Nipigon Baptist Church
The Mission & Ministry of The Mission to Seafarers
Mission to Seafarers promote the spiritual, moral and physical well being of seafarers and their families world-wide, with a particular emphasis on ocean-going vessels in the port of Thunder Bay. Volunteers visit seafarers, transport them to shopping and to the Seafarers’ Centre where they may receive warm clothing, SIM cards to contact family and friends, Bibles in various languages, and hospitality.
Madagasikara in Antanarivo, Madagascar
These projects, founded by Mary Sherwood, support children and youth in Antanarivo through an orphanage (Akany Famonjena) and children’s centre and training school (Akany Tafita)
The Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund
PWRDF is the Anglican Church of Canada’s agency for sustainable development and relief. With the support of Anglicans across Canada, PWRDF partners with organizations working to increase healthy pregnancies and births, reduce gender inequality, relieve hunger and break the cycle of poverty in the world’s most vulnerable communities.
Youth & Children’s Ministry of St. Mary’s and the Deanery of Thunder Bay-North Shore
Sleeping Children Around The World
A global community of volunteers and supporters supply bedkits, school supplies, and clothing and footwear to children in need around the world.
The Sisters Of Saint John the Divine, their Oblates and Associates
The SSJD contemporary expression of the religious life for women within the Anglican Church of Canada. Living in intentional community, the Sisters provide pastoral care at Sunnybrook/St. John’s Rehabilitation Hospital in North York, retreats, quiet days, workshops, and spiritual direction both at the guest house and in parishes across Canada. Associates of the SSJD are ordinary people, women and men, lay and ordained, who seek “something more” in their spiritual life and believe they can be nurtured in their spiritual journey through a connection with the life and ministry of a monastic community.
The Anglican Foundation
The Anglican Foundation fosters Anglican presence by providing resources for innovative ministry, infrastructure projects, and theological formation throughout the Canadian church.
“Camp G” is a Christian, not-for profit summer camp located at the east end of Sandstone Lake, about a 75 minute drive southwest of Thunder Bay. It was founded, and continues to be administered, maintained, and supported by Anglican churches in the Thunder Bay-North Shore deanery.