York-Credit Valley Events

YCV Clergy Lenten Retreat ~ April 4, Convent of SSJD

Click here to learn more and register for this year’s York-Credit Valley Clergy Lenten Retreat, led by the Rev. Canon Dr. Constance Joanna Gefvert, SSJD.

Quiet Day Theme: Images of Holy Week  In Lectio Divina we pause from the busyness of our lives to listen “with the ear of our hearts” to the words of scripture. In Visio Divina we are invited to gaze “with the eye of our hearts” at the truth of God’s word in visual form. Sister Connie will draw on her love of scripture and art in leading participants to reflect anew on the journey of Holy Week both in words and in visual images.

This event is open to active clergy in York-Credit Valley and is funded through the YCV Area Council. Space is available for a maximum of 40 registrants.

Registration closes on March 14.


Celebrations & Ordinations

The Rev. Chris Dow will be inducted as Priest-in-Charge of St. James, Caledon East  (North Peel) on Sunday, February 24 at 4:30pm. (NB: the later start time.)

Show your support of Chris (who is new to our Diocese) by attending and robing.  Deanery clergy are strongly encouraged to attend. Please let the Bishop’s Office know if you will be absent.

  • The Rev. Brian Suggs will be ordained to the priesthood at All Saints, Kingsway on February 10, 2019.
  • The Rev. Jeff Boldt will be ordained to the priesthood at at Trinity, Streetsville on April 14, 2019.


Churchwardens’ Commissioning Service ~ Sunday, March 31, 4pm

This year’s commissioning service is scheduled for Sunday March 31, 4pm at All Saints Kingsway. Bishop Jenny invites Area clergy along with their churchwardens and deputy churchwardens to attend a special commissioning service to recognize and affirm their valuable ministry.

The service will be followed by a light reception. Clergy, churchwardens, and their guests are asked to register in advance.

Register here.


Other Winter/Spring Events of Note

  • YCV Parish Leadership Workshop ~ April 6 (afternoon)

Diocesan Events Calendar