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Congratulations to AFC Executive Director Judy Rois, who will receive an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree from Queen's College in St. John's, NL this fall. Read more at http://www.anglicanjournal.com/articles/anglican-foundation-head-to-receive-honorary-doctorate.
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The application deadline for building and program grants/loans, the 2014 RFP and theological bursaries is quickly approaching! Make sure to have your applications into the AFC office by September 1st!
Darlene Fleet was the recipient of an AFC bursary in the third year of the Master of Divinity program at the Atlantic School of Theology in Halifax, NS. “The bursary gave me some piece of mind regarding finances and it truly allowed me to finish my degree, without which I would not be here today serving as a deacon in the Church.” Ms. Fleet is now the curate at the Parish of the Resurrection in Sydney, NS.
Jennifer Renouf was the recipient of an AFC bursary in the first year of the Master of Divinity program at Huron College in London, ON. “The bursary diminished financial stress significantly, giving me enough to make it over the hurdle until financial aid arrived for the winter semester. I give thanks for the Anglican Foundation and the support they provide for those who are training in ministry.” Ms. Renouf is currently a catechist at the Parish of Rose Blanche in the Diocese of Western Newfoundland.
AFC was a proud supporter of the National Worship Conference that took place in the Diocese of Edmonton in July. This conference is jointly presented by Canadian Anglicans and Lutherans. AFC Executive Director Judy Rois and Project Manager Emily Wall were in Edmonton, where Rois and Primate Fred Hiltz (AFC Chair) presented Graham Cotter for the Companion of the Worship of Arts. Canon Cotter is the founder of the Sacred Arts Trust, which celebrates
its 20th anniversary this year.