To help members of Synod discern God’s call for the Church, the Committee has developed a document entitled “Episcopal Ministry.” This document outlines the responsibilities and gifts required for the ministry of the Diocesan Bishop of Toronto. To accompany the written document, a series of video clips will be released highlighting the various aspects of episcopal ministry.
What’s really involved in being the Bishop of Toronto? Archbishop Colin Johnson offers advice to members of Synod in this first installment.
Archbishop Colin Johnson explains how the Bishop of Toronto offers pastoral care and spiritual guidance to thousands of Anglicans in our Diocese.
Archbishop Johnson talks about how the Bishop of Toronto sees the bigger picture for the Diocese and charts a path for its future.
Archbishop Johnson talks about the administrative side of being Bishop of Toronto, including oversight of property, budgets, staff and volunteers.
Archbishop Johnson talks about three of the more uncomfortable aspects of being the Bishop of Toronto.
Archbishop Johnson talks about the role as the Chief Missioner and Chief Evangelist of the Diocese.
Archbishop Johnson talks about the ways in which the Bishop of Toronto links different communities in our Diocese, across Canada, and around the world.
More video clips will be posted in the coming weeks.