The newspaper of the Anglican Diocese of Ottawa

• The Right Reverend John Chapman, Publisher

• Stephanie Boyd
  613-232-7124, Ext. 245
  71 Bronson Ave., Fax: 613-232-7088
  Ottawa, ON K1R 6G6

Published ten times each year, Crosstalk keeps church members up-to-date on diocesan news and brings lively commentary, photos, meditations and advertisements into the home.

Guidelines and Deadlines 2017-2018
View document here (pdf)

To suggest a story or photo, please e-mail the editor at the address below. The deadline falls on the first day of the month, August through May. Crosstalk Submission Form

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Current and past issues
• View or download the December 2017

• Previous issues

Crosstalk is automatically mailed to all identified supporters (envelope holders) in the Diocese. To request a subscription, change of address or cancellation, you have three options: Option 1 (preferred) Telephone the circulation manager in Toronto, at 416-924-9192. Crosstalk is bundled with the Anglican Journal, so the national church office produces all labels. Option 2 Advise your parish secretary, who supplies the master list of your church's subscribers. Option 3 Send your change of address or cancellation request, with your Crosstalk address label, to the Crosstalk office at 71 Bronson Avenue, Ottawa ON K1R 6G6

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While there is no subscription fee, voluntary donations are most welcome and help the paper thrive. Suggested donation: $25 a year.

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