“Do you long for a new world? a world where all people are treated equally and have equal rights; a world of justice for women and men, for children and seniors together, for gay, lesbian and trans people, for refugees and strangers, for people who are still searching and for people who have discovered who they are? Do you believe in the God of grace not judgement, of hope not fear, of love not hate? If you do, then we share these values.  These are the values of Jesus. These are the values for which we, at Christ Church Cathedral, aspire.”

The Very Rev’d Paul Kennington, Dean.

“God is love. Whoever lives in love, lives in God, and God in them.”     1 John 4:16

Latest News

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    News of May 26th

    Did you hear Jean-Jacques Goulet and Josée Lemoine being interviewed on Radio Canada by Catherine Perrin on Wednesday morning? Josée, a former parishioner, and Jean-Jacques, a member of the cathedral’s ministry team, were ordained priests on May 15. If you follow the link below to the Radio Canada archives you

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    News of 19th May

    Dear Friend of the Cathedral We are celebrating May in the cathedral with liturgy, music and gardens. Last Sunday the Feast of Pentecost included candles, multiple languages, Patrick playing Messiaen and a glorious service of ordination. This Sunday is Trinity Sunday when we will have a second chance to hear

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    World Fair Trade Day

    Please join us on Sunday 15th May from midday at 1444 Union Avenue, H3A 2B8 (behind Christ Church Cathedral) for a celebration of World Fair Trade Day. We will be screening the Canadian documentary film Traceable, directed by Jennifer Sharpe. Traceable is a documentary set against the backdrop of the

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    Week of May 12th

    Dear Friend of the Cathedral The feast of Pentecost this Sunday, one of the three major festivals of the church’s year, is a particularly apt celebration for the cathedral’s diverse and inclusive community. The 10 o’clock service will start in darkness and silence and then the deacon will offer the