Since the earliest times, Christian communities have gathered on Sundays, the first day of the week, for their main worship services in celebration of the day on which Jesus rose from the dead. Here at Christ Church Cathedral, we have many Sunday services, each with their own distinct character.

During COVID times, some of these are online and some in person, with reservations required. Click on each block to learn more.

The 8 o’clock service is a small, quiet service with no music and the beautiful English language of the Elizabethan era. It lasts about 50 minutes. Often, people go to a local restaurant for breakfast together after the service, and they are always pleased to welcome visitors and first-timers.

Currently online and in-person

The 9:00 service is an intimate, informal service. Like the 10:30 service, it is a contemporary service which changes during the year to reflect seasons and themes.

Currently online and in-person

The 10:30 service is the largest service at the Cathedral and includes a full choir, and organ music. The service is contemporary and changes during the year to reflect seasons and themes. It finishes around noon. Weather permitting, we are serving coffee and juice on the forecourt following the service.

Currently online and in-person

The 4 o’clock service is a traditional Choral Evensong according to the 1962 Canadian Book of Common Prayer.

The choir offers motets and canticles that reflect the breadth and diversity of the Anglican choral tradition. Its meditative tone and substantial musical content allow the congregation to simply listen, reflect, and pray.

Evensong lasts about 45 minutes and is broadcast live on Radio VM 91.3 FM, the Cathedral Facebook page and the Cathedral's YouTube channel.
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Evensong Bulletin

The 6 o’clock service team is currently planning how to gather again following the disruptions of Covid. Please stay tuned.

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