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Ministry

The life and worship of the cathedral is facilitated not only by the efforts of the cathedral clergy but also by the efforts of many lay members who also take an active role in the organization and delivery of the liturgy at the cathedral. Aside from the services, the faith of the cathedral members is supported by study groups and educational opportunities led by both clergy and laity. Yet another aspect of ministry is the visiting of the sick and members of the congregation who can no longer attend services regularly. In some instances these “ministries” have designated titles and some of the people who fulfill these functions have a long and close association with the cathedral.

Worship at a Glance

Please note that as of April 23, 2021 in-person worship has been suspended for 4 weeks

Online Worship Schedule
Sundays 11 am Holy Communion (BAS)
Wednesdays at noon Dean's midweek check-in

Regular Sunday Service Schedule
(In-Person)
8:30 am Holy Communion (BAS)
10:00 am Holy Communion (BAS)

Regular Weekday Service Schedule
(In-Person)
Wed 7:30 am HE (BAS)
Fri 12 noon HE (BCP)

Sunday Evensong at 4pm

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As a Cathedral community, we acknowledge that we are in Mi’kma’ki, the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq People.
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