Whether you are a Christian who has worshipped in the Anglican tradition, are of another Christian denomination another faith entirely, or simply interested in understanding more about what our faith community is all about, you are warmly welcome to visit or join us in worship . There is no dress code ... read more
The Cathedral belongs to the Anglican Church of Canada, and the world-wide Anglican Communion, celebrating the historic sacraments and sharing the Word of God contained in the Old (Hebrew) and the New (Greek) Testaments of the Christian scriptures. As a member ... read more
Many visitors are astonished to find such a grand statement of Gothic Revival architecture in the relatively small city of Fredericton. The building is the result of one man's vision: John Medley, the first Bishop of the Diocese. Medley, who arrived ... read more
“We were not born the same, we are all not born with the same abilities and capabilities, but no matter what seed God has given to us, be it small or big, He expects a good return from us in the end and we must endeavour to be good stewards and managers of our abilities and capabilities regardless of where we live and the challenges we face!”
A typical Sunday at Christ Church Cathedral consists of three different opportunities for worship: 8:00 a.m. - a quieter service of prayer, scripture and the Holy Eucharist: 10:00 a.m. traditional Anglican Eucharist featuring choral music, congregational hymn singing and, a less formal style Eucharist with contemporary music and praise at 11:45 a.m. after which refreshments are served in the church.
Different churches have different ways of doing things; the music, the language, and the rituals can vary widely. But you will quickly find at the Cathedral that there is no right or wrong way, and that you are not the only one who doesn't seem to know when to sit, when to stand, what to sing or what page to turn to! Relax. Our traditions are centuries old, and not even the most seasoned Anglican has mastered them all. The foundation of our church was built on INCLUDING PEOPLE. You are warmly welcome to visit or join us in worship. ... See MoreSee Less