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Opportunity Knocks – National Trust Conference 2018



Opportunity Knocks – National Trust Conference 2018

The National Trust for Canada “helps Canadians save places that matter.” The annual National Trust conference is Canada’s largest heritage learning and networking event. Held in a different part of Canada every year, this national conference brings together a wide-range of people keeping Canada’s heritage alive: from grassroots advocates, professionals and planners, to elected officials, […]

Why we have changed our name – Smythe Street Church



Why we have changed our name – Smythe Street Church

Why We Have Changed Our Name In 1981, our congregation called First Pentecostal Church, located on Argyle Street, built the church building where we now are on 913 Smythe Street. It was through a huge step of faith and the great sacrifice of faithful people that our present church building was dedicated on May 29 […]

Bishop and Chapter News – September 2018



Bishop and Chapter News – September 2018

Bishop and Chapter met on Monday, 17 September with twelve of twelve usual members present. Minutes of the 18 June 2018 meeting were adopted. The Dean provided an article entitled “Forming an Effective Nominating Committee.” Members of the Chapter discussed our current practices and considered potential improvements. Business Arising Ending Homelessness in Fredericton – a […]

Secrtetary-Treasurer retires – Ruth Gorlick



Secrtetary-Treasurer retires – Ruth Gorlick

Pickett Scovil Memorial Fund says goodbye to secretary-treasurer Ruth Gorlick is 84, and she figures it’s time, after 19 years, to give up the title of secretary-treasurer of the Pickett Scovil Memorial Fund.”I was an ACW member and I think somebody just twisted my arm,” she said of her recruitment to the position. “It’s been […]

Canadian Church Calendar 2019 – Interview with Carol Ann Melvin



Canadian Church Calendar 2019 – Interview with Carol Ann Melvin

2019 Canadian Church Calendar reflects life of the church ‘inside and out’ – The Anglican Church of Canada In 2019, the new Canadian Church Calendar brings together the best of both worlds: a reflection of our beautiful Anglican tradition in twelve Canadian cathedrals, and the ministry that each cathedral community leads inside and outside the […]

Meet our 2018 tour guides



Meet our 2018 tour guides

We welcome Emily Leavitt and Holden O’Donnell to the Cathedral summer staff and are pleased they are part of our cathedral family for the time. Emily Leavitt is a 2016 graduate of Fredericton High School now studying for a music degree at Mt. Allison University. She hopes to go on to a Masters of Music […]

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.” […]

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. […]