Christ Church, Elbow Park, Calgary
Links & Resources

The Primate's World Relief and Development Fund
The Three Cantors - Archived Website

The Anglican Diocese of Calgary
The Anglican Diocese of Calgary

Our Cathedral*
Cathedral Church of The Redeemer

Anglican Sites of Interest
The Anglican Church of Canada Home Page
Anglicans Online: A Cyber-Guide to Anglicanism
The Journal: Anglicanism's National Paper
Thinking Anglicans

Daily Prayer & Scripture
Oremus Bible Browser (Search for Passages in the NRSV)
Revised Common Lectionary - Vanderbilt Divinity (Daily/Seasonal Scripture, Art, Prayer)
Brother, Give Us A Word - Monastic Wisdom from SSJE, Cambridge, MA


* Why "our" Cathedral? Well, Anglicans are not congregational, but a part of Diocesan community.
One of the callings of a Bishop is to be an instrument of unity for the Diocesan family as chief cleric and pastor.
The "cathedra", or the formal "seat" or some say "throne" of the Bishop, is located in our "mother" parish church,
which is how a "cathedral" gets its name. The Cathedral belongs to the whole Dicoese, is the place we hold
important gatherings as a Diocesan family, and is one of the symbols of unity we hold dear.
So, any Anglican in the whole Dicoese, from north of Red Deer to the Montana border,
and from Banff National Park to east of Medicine hat, ought to consider the cathedral "theirs"! Cool, eh?