New leader of the Anglican Church of Canada foresees a time of change

By Tali Folkins
Posted Aug 27, 2019

Archbishop Linda Nicholls, primate of the Anglican Church of Canada. Photo: Milos Posic/Anglican Journal

[Anglican Journal] The Anglican Church of Canada’s new primate says her top priority will be a review of the church’s mission and ministry — a re-examination of its role that could result in “painful” change for some as the church adjusts to challenging times.

Linda Nicholls, bishop of the diocese of Huron, was elected the church’s 14th primate in Vancouver on July 13, partway through General Synod. She is the first woman in the history of the Anglican Church of Canada to hold the position.

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