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  • News from St Hilda’s Anglican School in Belize

    News from St Hilda’s Anglican School in Belize

    I pray that this email reaches you in good health. It has been some time since I contacted you but We have been keeping you all in prayer just as I know you have done for us. Our little Belize is battling the pandemic.  In August we were out of school for two weeks because […]      Read More »
  • Bishop McAllister College & Bishop McAllister Anglican Seminary, Rectors Newsletter (February, 2021)

    Bishop McAllister College & Bishop McAllister Anglican Seminary, Rectors Newsletter (February, 2021)

    Dear Friends, Greetings from all of us at Bishop McAllister College and Anglican Seminary! We reopened on January 18th with just under 200 students, the finalists in their respective sections. While we continue to face a few challenges, things are actually going quite well. We have received good news this past week. The Ministry of […]      Read More »
  • Ten Years A Missionary – David Alenskis (February 2021)

    Ten Years A Missionary – David Alenskis (February 2021)

    Dear friends and partners in ministry, I want to take this time to wish you a very blessed Ash Wednesday, and to thank you for all the support that you have generously given us over the past few months! It has been a joy to know you are praying for us, and to receive your […]      Read More »
  • Annual Congregational Meeting

    Annual Congregational Meeting

    2021 Annual Report (for 2020) The Annual Congregational Meeting will be held in the Cathedral on Sunday, 21 February at 11:45 a.m, following worship. A representative from each family in the congregation is urged to participate. Members of the congregation can participate in three ways: 1) Attend the meeting in-person. Please sign up separately for […]      Read More »
  • Bishop and Chapter News – February 2021

    Bishop and Chapter News – February 2021

    Bishop and Chapter met 16 February 2021 by video conference with 11 of 14 members present. Guests Kendra Patrick (Bringloe Feeney LLP) and Tom Maston were welcomed. A faith conversation and discussion of the article “We’re in the Innovation Business” (Dwight Zscheile) was postponed to the next meeting. Minutes of 18 January 2021 adopted. From […]      Read More »
  • Rosa Macaulay – My Journey Here

    Rosa Macaulay – My Journey Here

    -- by Gisele McKnight (NB Anglican) It’s been a long time since Rosa Macaulay’s been home, seen her brothers and sisters and revisited childhood memories in her hometown. It’s not that she doesn’t want to return. It’s that she can’t. Gang violence, government instability, severe shortages of basic goods, a poverty rate of 96 per […]      Read More »
  • World Day of Prayer Video

    World Day of Prayer Video

    A World Day of Prayer video has been created to view at home and with small groups. It is based on the worship bulletin prepared by the women of Vanuatu and edited by the Women’s Inter-Church Council of Canada. The one-hour video features a dance performed on the shores of New Brunswick, reflecting the theme […]      Read More »
  • Stations of the Cross

    Stations of the Cross

    Join us at the Cathedral in person on Fridays at NOON during Lent or watch here. https://youtu.be/3K5s_2KVO4g      Read More »
  • Ad-LENT-ures: Journey to the Cross

    Ad-LENT-ures: Journey to the Cross

    17 February - 28 March 2021 During the Season of Lent, all members of the Cathedral congregation are encouraged to consider individual or small group study or reflection. The 40 days of Lent are an excellent time to take on a discipline of deeper reflection on the Christian life, growing personally in discipleship as well […]      Read More »
  • Our deep, essential ties to God and to one another – Arusha Call #7

    Our deep, essential ties to God and to one another – Arusha Call #7

    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 […]      Read More »
  • Local resource on Mothers’ Union website

    Local resource on Mothers’ Union website

    Cathedral Mothers' Union member Susan Watson has created a 5 day devotional which acknowledges the struggles of the past months and the hope of God's plan for us. This wonderful resource, available on the worldwide Mothers' Union website, also includes space for you to observe gratitude daily. Visit Mothers' Union Resources and scroll down to […]      Read More »
  • Why a Health Ministry?

    Why a Health Ministry?

    by Isabel Cutler, former Parish Nurse of Christ Church Cathedral In 2003 I held a meeting in the lounge and asked some health care professionals to attend to look at the possibility of starting a Cathedral health ministry. Thirty people attended to listen to what seemed a very unstructured dream, but from that meeting to […]      Read More »
  • Pandemic Orange Level at the Cathedral – January 2021

    Pandemic Orange Level at the Cathedral – January 2021

    Orange Level Recovery At 11:59 p.m. on 26 January, 2021, Zone 3 (Fredericton and area) will return to the Orange Level of the New Brunswick Pandemic Recovery Plan. In-person worship at the Cathedral will resume and Memorial Hall will reopen to the public. Office hours are 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon, Monday to Friday. Pandemic […]      Read More »
  • Bishop and Chapter News – January 2021

    Bishop and Chapter News – January 2021

    Bishop and Chapter met 18 January 2021 by video conference with 11 of 14 members present. The Dean provided in advance an article “When the Mission Changes” (Dan Hotchkiss). Discussion included the value and necessity of our congregation understanding our true mission as God's church and challenges in involving broad-based engagement. Minutes of 14 December […]      Read More »
  • Pandemic Red Level at the Cathedral

    Pandemic Red Level at the Cathedral

    19 January 2021 Dear Friends, You'll note that as of midnight tonight (Tuesday) the Province of New Brunswick announced that Zone 3 (Fredericton Region) is being moved to the Red Level of pandemic restriction. Dr. Jennifer Russell, the province's chief medical officer of health, says Zones 1, 2, and 3 – Moncton, Saint John, and […]      Read More »