"Returning from the National Worship Conference, which brought Anglicans and Lutherans together from July 20 to 23  in Edmonton. Archbishop Fred Hiltz, primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, said he thought it was 'a sign of health' for the two churches. 'You've got over 200 people from both churches who are really committed to good liturgy -- liturgy that equips the people of God, inspires them for their work in the service of God's mission. That's good news', Hiltz said. The address from keynote speaker Ruth Meyers, chair of The Episcopal Church's standing commission on liturgy and music, made a beautiful point about liturgy and mission running together inseparably and continually, like a Mobius strip, he said. The theme of the conference was 'Weaving Strands: Liturgy for Living'. Hiltz that even though it was the 10th anniversary of Anglican participation in the 20-year-old biennial event, this year was the first time there was equal participation from both churches".