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Regarding the Government of New Brunswick
October 8 Mandate on Mandatory Masks

Community face masks must be worn in indoor spaces even when physical distancing of two metres can be maintained.
FAQ'S Are masks required in churches/places of worship? 
Yes. People attending churches/places of worship will be required to wear a mask. Maintaining two metres of physical distancing also continues to apply. Performers or officiants who are performing activities that require vocalization like talking or singing at a faith gathering, wedding, funeral, social event, etc. are exempt from wearing a mask but they should stay four metres away from others during their performance. Parishioners must wear masks while singing. It should be noted that singing during a pandemic is a high-risk activity. The chance of expelling drops of liquid that could contain COVID-19 increases during singing, shouting, cheering or playing wind instruments. Having a group of people singing increases the number of these small droplets. Additional risk factors include longer durations of more than 30 minutes and group singing within indoor settings.
Exceptions: Valid reasons exist for not wearing a face mask...see provincial guidelines for exceptions. 

Greetings everyone from our Parish Wardens
 We must stay strong in Christ in these trying times.  We must share our strength, our faith, and our love for one another. 
Prayer and our love for everyone will carry us through this storm. 
                                                                                                              Be safe.... Marilyn Young and Neil Orchard.  


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Nov. 22 11 a.m. Church of the Good Shepherd,Cambridge-Narrows

Nov. 29 9 a.m. Church of the Good Shepherd,Cambridge-Narrows


Wednesday Dec. 2 7:00 p.m. Saint James, Lower Jemseg

Dec. 6    11:00 a.m. Church of the Good Shepherd- Holy Communion

Dec. 13  9:00 a.m. Church of the Good Shepherd

Dec. 20 11:00 a.m. Church of the Good Shepherd

Thursday Dec. 24 4:00 p.m. Church of the Good Shepherd -Holy Communion

Friday Dec. 25 11:00 a.m. Saint James, Lower Jemseg-Holy Communion

Dec. 27 9:00 a.m. Church of the Good Shepherd

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If you wish to mail an offering, please send it to our Parish address (on Contact Page) or contact Grant Aune to set up e-offering.
If you wish to have any information about services in our Parish, please send an email to  contact@parishofcambridgeandwaterborough.com


We are trying to reach family and friends of anyone buried in St. John The Evangelist Cemetery located in Whites Cove, NB. 

The cemetery is in need of lawn care plus work on some of the graves.

 Anyone interested in helping us with this fund raising project please make cheques payable to

The Anglican Parish of Cambridge and Waterborough, 2266 Lower Cambridge Road, Cambridge Narrows, E4C 1P1.

Mark the cheque  “St. John the Evangelist Cemetery” and enclose your name and address so a receipt may be sent to you.