Green Phase effective midnight July 30, 2021
Covid-19 restrictions are lifted in NB but the pandemic is not over!

Dear church family:

Effective mid-night July 30, 2021, we have moved to the Green Phase and are no longer required to operate under an Operational Plan.

Masks are no longer mandatory, but feel free to wear a mask if you choose.  We will no longer take attendance.  Physical distancing is not required but our church is large enough so that you may sit apart from others if you wish.

The offering plates will remain at the back for Sunday, Aug. 1, but beginning Sunday, Aug. 8, we will resume our tradition of passing the plate during the offertory hymn.

While the restrictions have lifted, please keep in mind that the pandemic is not over.  Health authorities encourage everyone to maintain safe health practices, including coughing in your elbow, washing your hands, using hand sanitizer, staying home if you feel ill, and wearing a mask in public if you wish.

The Provincial Government has produced a document on continuing protective health measures, entitled, “Living with Covid-19”.

Thank you to our volunteers who worked tirelessly during the various Covid-19 recovery phases and beyond!  You are a blessing to this parish!  “Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms.”  1 Peter 4:10 

We look forward to seeing you!


Green Phase - Living with Covid-19
An Operational Plan is no longer required!

We are pleased to announce that we are no longer required to follow an operational plan at any of our facilities!

Got Questions?
Who do I contact?

We would be happy to answer any questions:


Nancy English (506-328-2295)

John Wetmore (506-328-8151) Acting Warden until Sept. 19, 2021


Safe Church Officer

Bob MacFarlane (506-375-4626)


Operational Plan no longer required Worship

Sounds of Hope

Church Bells Ring during Covid-19

During the Covid-19 lockdown, Sounds of Hope ring out, as the bells are rung at St. Luke's and Christ Church each Sunday at 12 noon for 10 minutes. Bishop David Edwards has asked churches across our diocese to ring their bells each Sunday while we remain under lock down, joining with our Ministerial, as area churches have been ringing bells, playing chimes or blowing shofars or horns, as sounds of hope echo throughout our communities during this Covid-19 crisis.

This lock down will stop us from worshiping God! Even when our doors are closed, the church is still here loving our neighbors and serving and worshipping Almighty God!

Photos by SN & AH. Except, photos of Christ Church by R & A Wetmore.

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Sounds of Hope from St. Luke's

Easter Sunday April 12, 2020

Sounds of Hope from Christ Church

Bell Ringer Richard Wetmore, March 29, 2020

Bells Ring out for Nova Scotia

Bell Ringers Richard Wetmore at Christ Church, Lower Woodstock & Jon Tait at St. Luke's, Woodstock, rang church bells on April 24, 2020, in solidarity with our grieving neighbours in Nova Scotia over the mass shooting of April 18-19.