British Columbia Anglican Youth Movement

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British Columbia Anglican Youth Movement

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The Anglican Young Peoples Association (A.Y.P.A.) began in British Columbia as local organizations. In 1932 a B.C. Provincial Council was formed, having largely consultative and coordinating functions. After national restructuring in 1967 the organization was renamed the British Columbia Anglican Youth Movement (BCAYM). The organization has seldom had a central office; rather, administrative activities and record keeping have been dispersed across the Ecclesiastical Province. Key activities which have brought Anglican youth together have been annual conferences, summer projects and the publication of newsletters. Since about 1974 the BCAYM has published the newsletter, "Logos".

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