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Saying YES! to kids camping



Saying YES! to kids camping

THREE CAMPS, ONE UNFORGETTABLE SUMMER! This year the Diocese of Fredericton is joining the Anglican Foundation of Canada’s Say Yes! to Kids movement with our very own Diocese of Fredericton Says Yes! to Camping Ministry fundraising team. The Diocese of Fredericton is blessed with Camp Medley, Camp Brookwood, and the St. Michael’s Youth Conference, all of which offer our children […]

A note from our Sexton



A note from our Sexton

Our Sexton, Ashley Swim, completed his time in the position on 17 May. He shared this message: “Thanks for all the kind words and gifts. I appreciate it beyond words. Thanks to the cathedral for having me. It’s been a very positive experience and I will miss working there. I always took my job very […]

Living with Dying



Living with Dying

A five-part presentation and conversation series called ‘Living with Dying’ will held in the Cathedral on five consecutive Wednesday evenings in May and June. The series will consider many of the important topics related to death and the dying process. Topics will include: End of life care options (with presentations from Palliative Care and Hospice […]

Help to plan a community music and theatre event



Help to plan a community music and theatre event

Our Director of Music, Thomas Gonder, is eager to spearhead an effort to organize a dinner theatre/variety show event in the Fall. This would take considerable organization that would need to begin shortly. This event would be geared to all ages and also the wider community. This could be a potentially thrilling event considering the […]

Bishop and Chapter News – March 2024



Bishop and Chapter News – March 2024

Bishop and Chapter met on 13 March 2024 with 11 of 14 members. Minutes of the 16 January, 06 and 25 February 2024 were adopted. With the intent of providing some brief orientation for newer members, the article “Re-inventing Boards That Bore: Overcoming Micromanagement” was circulated. The Dean offered reflections on the Cathedral Chapter structure, […]

Faith Seeking Understanding: Reflections by Canadian Anglicans



Faith Seeking Understanding: Reflections by Canadian Anglicans

Canada is one of few countries in the world where medical assistance in dying (MAiD) is a legal option—and the number of permitted contexts (terminal illness, chronic illness, mental illness) is increasing. Faith Seeking Understanding: Medical Assistance in Dying is a resource to assist theologically-focused discussions and to increase understanding of the realities of MAiD. […]