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February 17, 2021 To be distributed via all online channels to parishioners of the parish of St Philip, Cedar, on February 21, 2021 Dear friends, I am writing to inform you that I have accepted the resignation of The Reverend Susan Hermanson as incumbent to St Philip, Cedar, so that she may retire. Her last day as your incumbent will be June 21, 2021. I am grateful for Susan’s ministry as a priest of this diocese and for her leadership in the  parish and the region. She will be missed by all her colleagues and most especially by the people of St Philip. How does a community grieve the ending of a ministry and celebrate with thanks all that has been accomplished together in these uncertain times? You and your companions in faith will find a way. My hope for the congregation of St Philip is that you will continue your important ministerial presence in Cedar and the surrounding communities, and please know that the synod office staff are here to support you during this time of transition. Blessings, The Right Rev. Anna Greenwood-Lee bishop     Copyright © 2021 St. Philip Anglican Church Cedar, All rights reserved. You are receiving this email because you opted to receive the connections newsletter Our mailing address is: St. Philip Anglican Church Cedar 1797 Cedar Road Nanaimo, British Columbia V9X 1L6 Canada Add us to your address book Want to change how you receive these emails? You can update your preferences or unsubscribe from this list. View this email in your browser   From Bishop Anna Greenwood-Lee

 

From Bishop Anna Greenwood-Lee

February 17, 2021 To be distributed via all online channels to parishioners of the parish of St Philip, Cedar, on February 21, 2021

Dear friends, I am writing to inform you that I have accepted the resignation of The Reverend Susan Hermanson as incumbent to St Philip, Cedar, so that she may retire. Her last day as your incumbent will be June 21, 2021.

I am grateful for Susan’s ministry as a priest of this diocese and for her leadership in the  parish and the region. She will be missed by all her colleagues and most especially by the people of St Philip. How does a community grieve the ending of a ministry and celebrate with thanks all that has been accomplished together in these uncertain times? You and your companions in faith will find a way. My hope for the congregation of St Philip is that you will continue your important ministerial presence in Cedar and the surrounding communities, and please know that the synod office staff are here to support you during this time of transition.

Blessings, The Right Rev. Anna Greenwood-Lee bishop