Rejoice, heavenly powers!
Great Vigil of Easter 2021
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An Anglican community for Christian leadership, worship, and mission in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada

View in PDF Lent 2021 Dear Friends, The old, old story will be told yet again this year. ("Tell me the old, old story") We who have walked the way of the Cross before will hear familiar words ... "Hosanna .....

While we’ve been focused on the global pandemic for almost exactly a year now, the urgency of working on climate change has not diminished.  We should be putting as much effort into stopping that as we .....

DIY instructional videos on how to say the daily offices, family prayers, the Litany and Compline from the Canadian Book of Common Prayer. by the Rev'd Canon Ross Hebb .....

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Christ Church Cathedral easily holds 250, but on April 1, Maundy Thursday, about 30 people were present for the Renewal of Vows and Blessing of Oils. Archbishop David Edwards presided, with Dean Geoffrey .....

Yellow Level Recovery At 11:59 p.m. on 07 March 2021, Zone 3 (Fredericton and area) returned to the Yellow Level of the New Brunswick Pandemic Recovery Plan. In-person worship at the Cathedral continues .....

Parish Nurse for CHRIST CHURCH CATHEDRAL, FREDERICTON  NB Permanent part-time position: 20 hours/ week with benefits Definition:  Parish nursing emphasizes the wholeness of body, mind and spirit rooted .....

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Dear friends and partners in ministry, I want to take this time to wish you a very blessed Ash Wednesday, and to thank you for all the support that you have generously given us over the past few months! .....

Dear Friends, Greetings from all of us at Bishop McAllister College and Anglican Seminary! We reopened on January 18th with just under 200 students, the finalists in their respective sections. While we .....

Christ Church Cathedral has a special relationship with the staff and students of St. Hilda’s Anglican School, an elementary school in the rural village of Georgeville. Two hundred children attend the .....

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