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Toronto Conference

FLAME 64rd  Conference

Guest Speaker:
Rev. Steve Smith
St. Paul's Anglican Church Lindsay

Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for you souls. –
Matthew 11:29


Nov 2nd - Nov 4th 2018

Salvation Army
Jackson's Point
 

Montreal Conference

https://www.flameconference.ca/montreal/archive/2013/program/speaker#row_1223324721
 

 FLAME 31st
CONFERENCE
    2020


Guest speaker will be Bishop Dan Herzog
Retired Bishop of Albany N.Y.
(Was our guest speaker in 2013)



More info on 2020
31st FLAME conference
Coming Soon

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Our Speaker

The Rt. Rev. Archbishop Terry Buckle

The Rt. Rev. Archbishop Terry BuckleTerrence Owen Buckle (born 24 August 1940) was Archbishop of Yukon from 1995 to 2010 and Metropolitan of British Columbia and Yukon from 2005 until 2010.

He was born on 24 August 1940 and educated at the Church Army Training College, Canada and Wycliffe College, Toronto. Commissioned as a Church Army Evangelist in 1962 he was Parish Assistant at St Philip’s, Etobicoke and then Director of Inner Parish, Little Trinity, Toronto until 1966. He was the Church Army Incumbent at the Church of the Resurrection, Holman (1966–70); St George’s Anglican Mission, Cambridge Bay, (1970–72); and St David’s Anglican Mission, Fort Simpson, (1972–75) He was ordained deacon in May 1973 and priest in November 1973. He was Priest in charge at the Church of the Ascension, Inuvik (and Regional Dean of Lower Mackenzie from 1975 to 1982) then Archdeacon of Liard until 1988. He was Rector of Holy Trinity, Yellowknife from 1988 to 1993 when he was elevated to the Episcopate as Bishop Suffragan of the Arctic. Two years later he became Bishop of Yukon and a decade after that Metropolitan of British Columbia and Yukon.

Since retirement, Buckle continues to speak around the country and serves on the Board of Directors for Threshold Ministries and Anglican Renewal Ministries.


Montreal Flame 2016

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