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Diocesan Bishop

The Right Rev. Sandra Fyfe was elected Diocesan Bishop on September 12, 2020 and consecrated on November 30, 2020; the 17th person to hold the post.

A graduate of Queen’s Theological College, St. John’s, NL with her Masters of Divinity, she was ordained deacon in 2000 and priest in 2001.  Others places where she has served have been: curate at St. Thomas Church, St. John’s, NL; rector at Christ Church, Shelburne; and, priest-in-charge of the parishes of St. James Church, Kentville, and Lockeport-Barrington, and rector of the Parish of Horton, St. John’s Church, Wolfville She was Archdeacon of the South Shore Region until 2009 and Archdeacon of the Valley Region until 2017. 






How does a Church become a Cathedral? 

The word cathedral comes from the Latin: cathedra, which literally means “chair”. A cathedral is a church designated as the principal church in a diocese where the bishop’s chair (or symbolic seat of authority) resides. It is sometimes referred to as the “mother” church of a diocese.


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