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  • Bishop and Chapter News – Sept 2017

    Bishop and Chapter News – Sept 2017

    Bishop and Chapter met on Monday, 18 September 2017 with seven of ten members present. Minutes of 12 June 2017 were adopted. S. Dibblee was acting recording secretary. Director of Christian Formation Kurt Schmidt attend as an invited guest and lead the Chapter in a brief exercise focusing on the Gospel of the previous Sunday […]      Read More »
  • Godly Play begins 01 October

    Godly Play begins 01 October

    What is Godly Play? Children have an innate sense of the presence of God. The Godly Play approach helps them to explore their faith through story, to gain religious language and to enhance their spiritual experience though wonder and play. Based on Montessori principles and developed using a spiral curriculum, the Godly Play method serves […]      Read More »
  • Season of Creation Taizé Prayer with the Archbishop of Canterbury

    Season of Creation Taizé Prayer with the Archbishop of Canterbury

        During the Season of Creation, Christians are called to pray and act as one. Please join us for this special time of song and reflection as we come together for our common home.   We will participate in reflections by: Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby Other Christian and environmental leaders We will also […]      Read More »
  • ALPHA begins 27 September 2017

    ALPHA begins 27 September 2017

      Join us for an intergenerational ALPHA beginning Wednesday, 27 September 2017 at the Cathedral Memorial Hall, 168 Church Street, 6:00 pm. Dinner is included! REGISTER NOW HERE Do you want to explore the Christian faith more, or do you have family or friends you would like to see do so?  Alpha is an 11 […]      Read More »
  • News from Belize!!

    News from Belize!!

    Congratulations to SHANTEL JONES as she graduates from Memorial University of Newfoundland with the degree of Bachelor of Nursing on October 5th! The Cathedral mission team that served in Belize in 2007 met both Shantel Jones and Ashley Jones at that time.  Ashley was assisted by our church family until she graduated from high school.  […]      Read More »
  • August 2017 Newsletter from Bishop McAllister College in Uganda

    August 2017 Newsletter from Bishop McAllister College in Uganda

    Similar to the summer we have had in Fredericton, Rev. Canon Paul Jeffries tells us it has been a very dry few months in Uganda. Check out the link below for stories and pictures of the latest happenings at Bishop McAllister College. http://bishopmcallistercollege.com/rectors-newsletter/newsletteraugust-2017.html See the following links for more details about their ambitious building plans […]      Read More »
  • Especially for the churched

    Especially for the churched

    An excellent repost from cardus.ca. A must-read. Choosing Church Some of us remember Enid Strict, the infamous and wildly popular “church lady” played by Dana Carvey on Saturday Night Live. Enid was a caricature of the busybody finger-shaking moralist no one would want to share a pew with.      Read More »
  • Music Monthly – September 2017

    Music Monthly – September 2017

    September 3 2017 – Thirteenth Sunday after Pentecost 10.00: Choral Eucharist (BAS) Missa Secunda – Hassler Rejoice in the Lord alway – Anon. 16th century Psalm 105: 1-6, 23-26, 45b 645, 327, 431, 49, 330 Sonata No. 1 in F (1st movement) – Mendelssohn September 10 2017 – Fourteenth Sunday after Pentecost 10.00: Choral Eucharist […]      Read More »
  • “Lord, show me the real Boston” Mission 2017

    “Lord, show me the real Boston” Mission 2017

    Christ Church Cathedral offered financial support to the mission to Boston in the spring of 2017. These are some of the reflections of the participants. When Kyle McGraw signed up for a mission trip to Boston in May, he never dreamed it would get so personal. But on the last day before leaving Boston, he […]      Read More »
  • Cathedral Faces – Sandra and Harry Palmer

    Cathedral Faces – Sandra and Harry Palmer

    When entering the living spaces of Cathedral faces Sandra and Harry Palmer, its impossible not to immediately notice the beautiful and well-kept gardens surrounding their home. Clearly, gardening is a passion. They have many. They are a couple who have discerned a call to keep us on track with volunteering for readings and serving in […]      Read More »
  • Congratulations to Ms Jane (in Belize) with the second highest GPA!

    Congratulations to Ms Jane (in Belize) with the second highest GPA!

    Greetings Mrs. Bev: Sorry for not responding earlier. i read the email yesterday but got so busy that I forgot to respond. I am glad to hear that you had some time off for family and relaxing. We are back at workshops and this will continue until school reopens the first week of September. The […]      Read More »
  • Hope Bear – The Anglican Foundation

    Hope Bear – The Anglican Foundation

    Hope Bear joined the Anglican Foundation of Canada in 2011 as a tangible reminder that the Anglican Church cares for kids in Canada by establishing a Kids Helping Kids Fund. With a $20 donation, you can have your own AFC Hope Bear – a great gift for a special celebration – with all funds going […]      Read More »
  • Bishop Kingdon’s Traveling Altar – Cathedral Treasures

    Bishop Kingdon’s Traveling Altar – Cathedral Treasures

    Hollingworth Tully Kingdon was Bishop Coadjutor (1881-1892) and Second Bishop of Fredericton (1892 – 1907). One of the artifacts identified in preparing the inventory of the Cathedral Vault in 2004 was Bishop Kingdon’s “traveling altar.” It could be called “portable” except that it is a significant weight when folded up. Once set up it is […]      Read More »
  • Music Monthly – August 2017

    Music Monthly – August 2017

    August 6 2017 – The Transfiguration of the Lord 10.00: Choral Eucharist (BAS) Missa l’hora passa – Viadana Psalm 99 O sing joyfully – Batten 424, 167, 97, 521, 322 Tuba Tune – Cocker August 13 2017 – Tenth Sunday after Pentecost 10.00: Choral Eucharist (BCP) Harris in F Psalm 105:1-6, 61-22 Teach me, O […]      Read More »
  • History in colours – Cathedral Treasures

    History in colours – Cathedral Treasures

    As you walk out the west door have you ever stopped to look up over the door to notice the military colours hanging above? There is a very old tradition that when a military regiment receives a new colour, the old one, which has been blessed, cannot be destroyed. It is therefore put up in […]      Read More »