Anglican Samizdat

March 22, 2010

And the winner of the Anglican Church of Canada’s Highest Award is……

Yes! You’ve guessed it! Not the person who has won the most souls for Christ, but the Diocese of New – we have a heretical bishop – Westminster’s Business Administrator.

Diocesan Business Administrator and St. Christopher, West Vancouver parishioner Rob Dickson will be one of five recipients of this year’s Anglican Award of Merit. The award is the Anglican Church of Canada’s highest award available to laity and is presented to those who have contributed with distinction and dedication to the work and life of the church at the national and international level.

I’m sure Rob is a lovely bloke and has done a fine job administering the…. er… business.

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3 Comments

  1. As chair of the synod planning committee for the Diocese of New Westminster, I work closely with Rob Dickson. Business administration is only one aspect of his work for Jesus Christ. You have no knowledge of Rob and his Christian commitment. I resent the implications you suggest here. You certainly owe him an apology. Rob is certainly more than a “lovely bloke”. Enough said.

    Comment by Deacon Steve — March 23, 2010 @ 2:02 am

  2. Hello Steve, I am AMPisAnglican

    I am wondering, what “implications” do you feel have been suggested? I would also be interested in what his “Christian commitment” is. What has he done to try and presuade Ingham to stop his persecution other Christians?

    Comment by AMPisAnglican — March 23, 2010 @ 10:58 am

  3. Rob is involved in a number of community outreach initiatives in his parish as well as in supporting other diocesan initiatives that carry the love of Christ to those in need. The implication that he is unworthy because he has gifts of administration and uses those gifts as a main part of his Christian ministry is puzzling.

    Comment by Deacon Steve — March 25, 2010 @ 12:57 pm


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