Events


Bishop’s bike ride event a success



Bishop’s bike ride event a success

    Bishop Rob Hardwick of the Diocese of Qu’Appelle rode into Fredericton on Sunday just after 2:30 p.m. on Sunday July 15th. His partner on the pilgrimage has been his wife Lorraine who drives the support vehicle. The Cathedral was so pleased to welcome them, and right on schedule for the planned event. About […]

Summer hiatus for Cathedral breakfast



Summer hiatus for Cathedral breakfast

Diane Ramsey always knows where she’ll be on the third Saturday morning of the month. She’s a regular at the community breakfast in Cathedral Memorial Hall. “I meet new people every time I come here,” Diane says happily. “I have such nice visits. The breakfast is such a treat and a break from my routine.” […]

Urbana 2018 is Coming!



Urbana 2018 is Coming!

  It’s not too soon to start thinking about Urbana, a missions conference for 16,000 students, ministry leaders and missions organizations from around the world. This year’s theme is Discern your place in God’s global mission.   University students from Fredericton, including young people from the cathedral, have attended past conferences which feature internationally known […]

Choir School 2018 – its all about …



Choir School 2018 – its all about …

A Full Week of Busy Days …   Junior Choristers Children from the age of 8 are able to attend Choir School, with the consent of a parent or guardian (they must turn eight by the end of the current year). Overnight accommodations usually consist of two people per room, in the dormitory-styled residence buildings. […]

Bishop of Qu’Appelle – Living the Mission Ride



Bishop of Qu’Appelle – Living the Mission Ride

Bishop Rob Hardwick, (Bishop’s Blog) Bishop of the Diocese of Qu’Appelle will ride across Canada as part of the diocese’s “Living the Mission” campaign. The Bishop’s Ride will begin in Victoria BC on 19 May. The Bishop will be riding through New Brunswick during July. Plans are underway to welcome him to the Diocese of […]

Ending Homelessness: How can the Fredericton Anglican community help?



Ending Homelessness: How can the Fredericton Anglican community help?

The community of Fredericton is working to drastically change the way we collectively respond to homelessness through the implementation of a multiyear Plan to End Homelessness developed through collective planning by non-profits, different orders of government and community members. The $10 million Plan, The Road Home, will work to house and support 267 chronic and […]

2018 Lenten Studies



2018 Lenten Studies

During the Season of Lent, all members of the Cathedral congregation are encouraged to take part in small group study. The resource recommended by our Bishop for 2018 is “Pray: Reflections on the Lord’s Prayer” by Bishop Bill Hockin. We’ve also had an offer to provide one additional option on the poetic works of John […]

Celebrating Women making a difference 17 February



Celebrating Women making a difference 17 February

The successful event hosted in 2017 by the Anglican Church Women, was titled Celebrating Women – in the 21st Century. Thirty five women, representing all generations, were inspired by the presentation of Vicki Hachey. We enjoyed ‘creative’ interacting, examining the intricate needlework on our Cathedral linens, the expertise of our quilters, and delicious food. This […]