Whether you are a Christian who has worshipped in the Anglican tradition, are of another Christian denomination another faith entirely, or simply interested in understanding more about what our faith community is all about, you are warmly welcome to visit or join us in worship. There is no dress code ... read more
The Cathedral belongs to the Anglican Church of Canada, and the world-wide Anglican Communion, celebrating the historic sacraments and sharing the Word of God contained in the Old (Hebrew) and the New (Greek) Testaments of the Christian scriptures. As a member ... read more
Many visitors are astonished to find such a grand statement of Gothic Revival architecture in the relatively small city of Fredericton. The building is the result of one man's vision: John Medley, the first Bishop of the Diocese. Medley, who arrived ... read more
We are sad to announce the death of Canon Tom Smith on Friday, 03 June. Tom was a much loved member of the Cathedral congregation and clergy, and his friendship and spiritual care will be greatly missed.
Rest eternal grant unto him, O Lord, and let light perpetual shine upon him.
Funeral Service and Requiem Eucharist will be held at Christ Church Cathedral, 12:00 pm on Wednesday, June 8, 2022. For those unable to attend, a live stream will be available on the Cathedral YouTube channel.
Tomorrow/Sunday is our Annual Congregational Meeting! Stay after worship for a light lunch in the Cathedral, and join us at 1:00 p.m. for this important meeting. We encourage at least one member from each family to attend the meeting, which generally lasts about one hour. We will review the past year of activities and finances, look toward the future, and hold elections. Read the 2024 Annual Report (for 2023) online, or pick up a paper copy at the Cathedral. cccath.ca/2024/02/16/annual-congregational-meeting-and-report/... See MoreSee Less
A prayer for times of war.www.facebook.com/WDPIC/posts/pfbid02PT6R19fkfsuoerrZP7czH4mfiR3zfTYin8reVNgNSfubhgedp5FTTSFxqxUvf...World Day of Prayer - Palestine has written the following additional prayer to go along with their 2024 program."We pray for women, who even now are losing children and other family members. We pray that their strength be a beacon of resilience, as they endure all challenges and pain with grace. Grant them courage to navigate adversity. And may their aspirations for peace and prosperity shine brightly in the midst of these difficulties.In this time of war, we pray for the healing of hearts and the restoration of peace. May compassion prevail over hatred, and may the suffering of all those affected by the war be alleviated. Grant them strength, solace, and hope for a brighter and harmonious future.We pray for all families who have lost members; for the kidnapped, the missing, and all who are still under the rubble. May the spirit of God grant them all patience and strength as they wait to be reunited.Lord Jesus, we pray for the end of all wars, especially in the land you called home. You are our Savior, the one who taught us the real meaning of peace. Guide us and give us power to practice peace in our daily lives."#WDPIC #WorldDayofPrayer #WDPPalestine #women #christianity #prayer #ecumenical #StrongerTogether #PalestinianChristians ... See MoreSee Less
Why does the church mark the season of Lent? And what is the significance of Palm Sunday?Find out the answers to some common questions about Lent and Easter at cofe.io/LentEasterFAQs. ... See MoreSee Less