The HighWay


  • The HighWay

    The HighWay is an online newspaper serving Anglicans in the Diocese of Kootenay, British Columbia.


Photos of Elizabeth Lewis

In Memoriam The Rev. Elizabeth Lewis 1942-2021

Elizabeth was born in Cambridge, England, the third of three children, with older brothers John and Richard Morley. She spent her formative years in Great Shelford and attended the local church school. At the age of eight, she joined Perse School for Girls in Cambridge where she met and became life-long friends with Tessa Beresford and Angela Wright. Elizabeth’s interest in nursing was formed early and she was a member of the Red Cross.

At the St Saviour’s Anglican Food Pantry, (L-R) volunteer food bank manager Nora Nitz with volunteers Cindy Gimness and Susan Warren. Photograph: Bill Metcalfe

Food Bank Clients this Summer

Surviving the Pandemic in Nelson This summer Nelson’s food banks numbers stayed the same but clientele changed. The number of people visiting food banks and

The Rev Canon Chris Harwood-Jones leads onLine service. Photograph and text from All Saints, Vernon Facebook page.

E-Church All Saints, Vernon

Our worship broadcasts have obviously been a primary focus for our church since it has been unsafe to gather.

AFC thanks donors for overwhelming response to annual fundraising effort

The spirit of generosity remains high among Canadian Anglicans as the Anglican Foundation of Canada thanks donors from coast to coast to coast for an overwhelming response to its annual fundraising effort, expected to total more than $165,000, representing a 9% increase over last year.

Amanda Bath plays the organ to an empty church at St Mark’s, Kaslo on the evening she rings the bells of the church. Photograph by Keili Bartlett.

St Mark’s, Kaslo Sound the Bells

Throughout the years, the churches in Kaslo have served as a place of community and solace. But during the COVID-19 pandemic, congregations have not been allowed to gather as usual, and both St. Andrew’s United and St. Mark’s Anglican have remained empty.

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