Music at the Cathedral is back! The Summer Recital Series returns with nine noontime concerts, concerts, held each Friday between July 2 to August 27. Join us inside historic Christ Church Cathedral as we present a series of concerts featuring cello, viola, bassoon, organ, guitar and vocalists. View the poster. Cathedral Director of Music, Thomas […]
Congratulations to Jocelyn Herrera, one of our scholarship students in Belize, who has graduated from Eden SDA High School! Jocelyn attended elementary at St. Hilda’s Anglican School. She is interested in furthering her education beyond high school, and has also previously expressed interest in becoming a business secretary. Please pray that, with God’s help, Jocelyn […]
The World Council of Churches’ Conference on World Mission and Evangelism met in Arusha, Tanzania, in March 2018. From this meeting, the more than 1,000 participants, who were all regularly engaged in mission and evangelism, issued the Arusha Call to Discipleship. At our own national church General Synod in 2019, resolution A-129 was passed that […]
Residential Schools and Missing Indigenous Children Since the discovery of the remains of 215 children in unmarked graves at the Kamloops Indian Residential School, there have been questions about what the Anglican Church of Canada has done in response to the Calls to Action by the National Truth & Reconciliation Commission. There have also been […]
This term, New Brunswick IVCF has hosted a virtual games night, socially distanced picnics in the park, and Bible study. InterVarsity is seeking staff and volunteers to work across the province.
“Serving God in mission, sharing Jesus with the world” is the mission statement of the Christ Church Cathedral Missions Committee. The committee works together with the Cathedral congregation to reflect the teachings of Jesus and the heartbeat of Christian history. The committee’s goals are to: raise awareness about mission work, prayerfully and financially support missionary […]
by Ann Deveau As the pandemic has dragged on, disrupting all our lives, I’ve been waiting impatiently to get my first shot of a vaccine to protect against COVID-19. Suddenly, the words of my late father penetrate my whiny muttering. Dad would often say: “There’s always someone worse off than yourself.” A bit red-faced, I […]
The Cathedral Communications Committee has invited members of the congregation to share their Christmas memories. Below, read a story from Ann Deveau. Stay tuned for other stories as we enter the Christmas season!