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This Sunday will be a Celebration of New Ministry during which Bishop Anne Germond will install Archdeacon Joan as our new incumbent. As Archdeacon Joan mentioned, this is not just a celebration for her, but for the whole of the parish as we move forward with her.

The service will begin at 3:00 p.m. followed by a luncheon, in the abundant manner Christ Church provides.

Please join in the celebration!


On March 3 there will be a Lenten Quiet Day at Christ Church in North Bay led by Bishop Anne Germond. This will be an excellent opportunity to enter into the spirit of Lent and prepare to celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus on Easter Sunday.
 
Consider this a morning set aside for quiet, reflection and prayer from
9:30 a.m.to 12:30 p.m. followed by refreshments.
 
All welcome.
 
If you plan to attend, it would help if you let the office know in order for adequate refreshments to be available. However, if you decide at the last minute to attend, you will still be most welcome.

Christ Anglican Church celebrates its 10th annual Christmas Carol Singalong on Sunday the 17th of December 2017.  Always a fun evening.  At 6:30 pm A Perfect Fifth String/Piano Ensemble begins the evening with a selection of Christmas music.  At 7:00 pm the Singalong begins featuring Christmas Carols old and new.  Also featured is Shadow, a men’s choir.  The evening is free.  Please join us.  Bring your singing voice.  Bring a friend.  Always a fun time. 2017 Christmas Carol Sing poster with border

Bishop announces new appointment - Temagami and Temiscaming

Bishop Anne Germond is pleased to announce the appointment of the Rev. Dr. Derek Neal to the combined parishes of St. Simon's (Temagami) and Holy Trinity (Temiskaming) effective January 1, 2018. The part-time appointment represents 25% ministry to be shared between the two congregations.

Derek was recently ordained to the priesthood this past June and this will be his first appointment as Incumbent. He is currently the Deanery Program Associate and Honorary Associate at St. John the Divine, North Bay as well as being an Associate Professor of history at Nipissing University.