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As mentioned in the June e-news, the June issue of the Diocesan Post was the last print version produced until December 2020, when we will publish a special Advent/Christmas print issue.

We are shifting our focus online this fall so we can bring you up-to-date news and information about the episcopal transition. With a two-month lead time required for national print production deadlines, too much news and information will be lost if we maintain the regular schedule. The September issue will be available for download on Tuesday, September 1.

Over the coming months, we will experiment with a combination of print and digital content. As we move into 2021, we will continue to publish four print issues and will produce six issues online (PDF download) in addition to web exclusive content througout the year. In this way, we will be able to bring Diocesan Post content to our readers twelve months of the year and provide more timely content when there is important news to share.

But, don't worry, throughout this transition, Diocesan Post subscribers will continue to receive the Anglican Journal in your Canada Post mailbox.

You are already receiving these emails, so there is nothing you need to do to receive your September-November Diocesan Post content. It will come directly to your inbox, just as this e-news does. If you wish to unsubscribe to the new "E-Post" simply click on the subscription link at the bottom of this email to adjust your subscription preferences. Please pass this email along to friends who might not already have subscribed to receive e-news from the synod office, so they don't miss out on the E-Post either. They can subscribe here.

For those who do not have computers and/or printers we will deliver a limited number of printed (8 1/2x11") copies to parishes that have requested them for distribution locally.

As we enter into the Season of Creation, Diocesan Post is meeting the challenge to reduce our carbon footprint while ensuring we stay connected as a diocesan community. We hope you will continue to find ways, in your home and in your parish to do the same.


Are you currently a print subscriber to Diocesan Post? If so, please take a few minutes to complete this online survey and help shape the future of the publication. This survey will also be sent by request via Canada Post to subscribers we currently do not have emails for. A print survey can be requested by emailing or our mailing address is 900 Vancouver St, Victoria BC V8V 3V7 no later than September 15.

Please complete the online survey by September 15.