Restrictions have lifted.
But the pandemic is not over.

Dear church family:

Restrictions have lifted effective March 14.  Proof of vaccination is no longer required.  Masks and physical distancing are no longer mandatory.  However, the pandemic is not over, and some folks may choose to wear a mask and maintain physical distance, and that is okay.  Let us be kind to one another.

Archbishop David has asked us to pray for everyone affected by COVID-19: Those who are sick, frontline workers, healthcare professionals and others for whom the pandemic has had consequences way beyond what might be obvious.

Thank you for your cooperation and patience during this fluid, challenging time.  God bless you for your faithfulness. 


Green Phase - Living with Covid-19
What to expect at Church

The Covid restrictions have been lifted effective March 14, 2022.  However, the pandemic is not over and folks are encouraged to maintain safe health practices.

Masks and physical distancing are optional.

Congregational singing is permitted.

Offering plate remains at the back of the church nave.

Communion is in one kind.  The bread will be administered using tongs.

Hand sanitizer is available.

Unlimited seating capacity.  

Thank you for your continued cooperation as we live through fluid and challenging times.

"Finally, beloved, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is pleasing, whatever is commendable, if there is any excellence and if there is anything worthy of praise, think about these things."  Philippians 4:8



Got Questions?
Who do I contact?

We would be happy to answer any questions:


Nancy English (506-328-2295)

John Wetmore (506-328-8151) 


Safe Church Officer

Jon Tait (506-328-2384)



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.