Trent Durham Area Day of Celebration
Saturday, March 5, 2016
Our Area Day is an opportunity for Anglicans to gather and worship together; a chance to meet with our area Bishop; and a time to participate in a truly Christian experience. We invite you to check out the workshop options and spend the day with fellow Anglicans as we explore: Who is My Neighbour?
- Area Day poster
- Area Day brochure: includes all the information about Area Day, including the workshop descriptions and options.
Online registration is fast and easy and includes payment options through PayPal or debit or credit transactions. You can also register online and send a cheque. Please view the brochure first and choose your workshops and then go online to register.
Bishop Linda Nicholls
Bishop Linda Nicholls is area bishop for the episcopal area of Trent-Durham. She was ordained priest in 1986 and holds a doctorate in ministry from Wycliffe College.
She was the incumbent of the Parish of Georgina from 1987 to 1991 and Holy Trinity, Thornhill, from 1991 to 2005. At the time of her election, she was the Co-ordinator for Dialogue (Ethics, Interfaith Relations and Congregational Development) with the Anglican Church of Canada.
Bishop Nicholls was elected suffragan bishop of Toronto on Nov. 17, 2007. She was consecrated bishop on Feb. 2, 2008, and was installed as area bishop of Trent-Durham on March 1, 2008.
Bishop Nicholls on Twitter: @BishopLindaTD
The Trent-Durham episcopal area
The Trent-Durham episcopal area has 43 parishes and 61 churches in small towns, rural communities, and rapidly growing urban areas along the lakeshore. It is the largest geographical area of the Diocese of Toronto, stretching from Pickering to Brighton and from Lake Ontario to Haliburton.
The Bishop’s office is located at:
965 Dundas Street West, Suite 207
Whitby, ON L1P 1G8
Administrative Assistant: Heather Burton
Trent Durham Area Office email address: email@example.com
Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Trent-Durham-Anglicans
Photos by Cliff Hope.