Three Cantors reunion brings relief to Canadian town suffering ‘pastoral emergency’

Posted Jun 26, 2018

[Anglican Communion News Service] The trio of singing clergy known as The Three Cantors bought joy wherever they performed. But the consecration of group member William Cliff as bishop of Brandon in 2016 put an end to their exploits.

But, in response to a “pastoral emergency” in Churchill, Manitoba, the group reformed for a special concert in front of around 70 of the town’s 900 residents. The town of Churchill has suffered from the closure of its two major employers. Flooding has forced the closure of the rail lines, and the only way in and out of Churchill is by plane.

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