“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

  • Pastoral Letter from Bishop Mary Irwin-Gibson

    Pastoral letter from the Bishop, July 15, 2016 Dear Colleagues and Friends, I am just home from my first time at General Synod. The Montreal delegation included Mrs. Valerie Bennett, Mrs. Susan Winn, Ms Elodie Lambert, the Rev. Robert Camara, and the Rev. Nicholas Pang. The Rev. Annie Ittoshat attended as

  • and the night is as clear as the day.

    S.I.T. = A quick, portable daily check-in

    Take a moment to SIT. Breathe calmly. Ask for light on the past day. What SURPRISED you? (That’s the S in S-I-T.) What INSPIRED you? What TOUCHED you? Give thanks. Repeat daily. And have a wonderful summer.   This fresh take on the traditional Daily Examen comes from Phillip Chircop

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    News of 29th June

    Dear Friend of the Cathedral There are some urgent calls out for volunteers most immediately to support the Cathedral’s participation in the St Catherine’s street fair on Friday July 15, Saturday 16 and Sunday 17. People are needed to stand or sit by the cathedral’s table where there will be

  • Community garden leaves

    Radishes in the Community Garden

    Come and see ! The Cathedral community vegetable garden is an intentional way of addressing food security locally while reminding us of the struggle so many face daily around the world. One of the groups facing the biggest struggle with food security are the homeless, a community of whom dwell on