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The Archbishop of Canterbury Apologizes to Indigenous Peoples

The Archbishop of Canterbury apologized to Indigenous Peoples for the Anglican Church’s involvement with Residential Schools during his visit to Canada.

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CCRS AGM Materials


On Tuesday, June 22nd at 3:30-5:00PM ET, the Canadian CRS Board, members, and guests may join in the Annual General Meeting on Zoom. Please RSVP to to attend.

Please click on the link below to read minutes from last year's meeting. 

AGM Minutes from 2020


Lunch & Learn with Revd Canon Rachel Carnegie of the Anglican Alliance


On Monday, May 17th, the Revd Canon Rachel Carnegie of the Anglican Alliance will join us on Zoom from 12:00 noon to 1:30 PM Eastern Time to share with us the work being done around the Anglican Communion in response to the Covid-19 Pandemic. The Canadian Compass Rose Society 

Headshot of Rachael Carnegie

The Revd Canon Rachel Carnegie is the Executive Director of the Anglican Alliance, which helps to connect, equip and inspire churches and agencies around the worldwide Anglican Communion in tackling poverty and injustice and safeguarding creation. Previously she served as the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Secretary for International Development. Rachel has worked in international development since 1985. She was ordained priest in 2005 in the Diocese of Southwark. Rachel is married and has two adult children. In 2017 the family moved to Dorchester, where Rachel also assists the ministry team.

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February 2020

Canadian Compass Rose Society member, Bishop Michael Ingham, compiled footage from the CRS visit to United Dioceses of Limerick and Killaloe; and Ardfert, Aghadoe, Kilfenora, Clonfert, Kilmacduagh and Emly in the Church of Ireland in 2019.




October 2018 News

On August 17, 2018, All Saints' Anglican Church, Foxtrap, NL joined the Canadian Compass Rose Society

Our President, Bishop Poole, enjoyed a splendid time meeting with thirty or so members of All Saints' Conception Bay and receiving their membership in the Compass Rose Society in person. He spoke about the history of the CRS, answered some questions and learned of All Saints commitment  to the Anglican Communion. This is now the second membership in the Province of Newfoundland joining the Diocese of Eastern Newfoundland and Labrador. 

Read More Here - Article in Anglican Life Newspaper about the origins of the membership