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  • Let’s talk religion and politics

    Let’s talk religion and politics

    Let's talk about religion and politics! Mission & Outreach Team and UNB present lectures on religion in the public squareAbout 35 people came out on Oct. 10 for a noon-hour talk called Having Faith in Citizenship: The Place of Religion in the Public Square.It was held at Christ Church (Parish) Church, organized by the Mission […]      Read More »
  • Music Monthly – October 2018

    Music Monthly – October 2018

    October 7 - Twentieth Sunday after Pentecost - Harvest Thanksgiving 10.00: Choral Eucharist (BAS) This is the day - Anon. 16th century Missa Secunda - Hassler Psalm 126 Jubilate Deo - Britten 262, 398, 258, 37, 399 Carillon de Longpont - Vierne October 14 -Twenty-First Sunday after Pentecost 10.00: Choral Eucharist (BCP) Almighty God, which […]      Read More »
  • 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, […]      Read More »
  • 2018 Thanksgiving Pastoral Letter

    2018 Thanksgiving Pastoral Letter

    Thanksgiving 2018 Dear Friends, Harvest Thanksgiving presents us with the opportunity to give thanks especially for the fruits of the earth in seasonal abundance now. In our society, the work of agriculture and the production of food has generally been delegated to those with specific gift and talent for such things. Some of us have […]      Read More »
  • Who taught you about thanksgiving?

    Who taught you about thanksgiving?

    Episcopal Church Foundation Vital Practices - Vestry Papers - Practical Stewardship - Because God Always Gives How would I answer the question, why do I give to the church? There are plenty of references in the Bible about the generosity of our God. James 1:17 and Psalm 145, especially verses 13c-18, come readily to mind.      Read More »
  • 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 […]      Read More »
  • What is Choral Evensong?

    What is Choral Evensong?

    The Daily Offices are an important, but perhaps little-known, part of the Cathedral’s ministry. At Morning and Evening Prayer, each parish and organisation in the Diocese is remembered in the Mother Church, and prayer is offered for the wider Church and for the world. Evening Prayer is one of the most balanced, logical and simple […]      Read More »
  • 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 […]      Read More »
  • 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 […]      Read More »
  • Moment for Missions – September 2018

    Moment for Missions – September 2018

    Sing to the Lord, bless his name; tell of his salvation from day to day. Declare his glory among the nations, his marvelous works among all the peoples! Psalm 96:2-3, ESV Bible      Read More »
  • Belize Scholarship Student: Jenniah Tillett

    Belize Scholarship Student: Jenniah Tillett

    Newest Scholarship Student: Jenniah Tillett July 4, 2018 Dear Ms. Rebecca, My name is Jenniah Tillett. I am thirteen years old. I live with my grandmother and grandfather who are my guardians. I started to live with my grandparents because of my mom's death last year. I use to live in Stann Creek district with […]      Read More »
  • 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 […]      Read More »
  • EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF ROATAN / NELSON AND KARA MINISTRY (August Update 2018)

    EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF ROATAN / NELSON AND KARA MINISTRY (August Update 2018)

    Nelson and Kara Mejia were back in New Brunswick with their children for a short time this summer. While we were unable to arrange a time for them to speak at the Cathedral, some of you may have had a chance to talk with Nelson at the Ordination service and reception in June. It has […]      Read More »
  • Music Monthly – September 2018

    Music Monthly – September 2018

    2 September 2018 - Fifteenth Sunday after Pentecost 10.00: Choral Eucharist (BAS) Call to remembrance - Farrant Festive Eucharist - Rawsthorne Psalm 45:1-2, 7-10 View me, Lord, a work of thine - Lloyd 1, 605, 624, 76, 393 Exurgat Deus - Hurford 9 September 2018 - Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost 10.30: Eucharist on the Green […]      Read More »
  • Summer outreach a success

    Summer outreach a success

    The joy of giving was obvious this summer among people who took part in three Monday morning drop-ins for people in need. “Usually, the Outreach Committee operates weekly drop-ins from mid-September until mid-May and takes the summer off to give our dedicated volunteers a chance to rest and relax,” committee chair Penny Ericson explained. “This […]      Read More »