Worship Times, Events & Locations

Updated Jan 25, 2024

January Services....January 28                9:00 am     MP Good Shepherd

February Services

Sunday February 4       11:00 am MP Good Shepherd

Sunday February 11      9:00 am  HC Good Shepherd

....Wednesday   February 14  Ash Wednesday     7:00 pm St James, Jemseg

Sunday February 18     11:00 am HC  Good Shepherd

Sunday February 25      9:00 am MP   Good Shepherd






Current guidelines re attending a service in our Parish

We are no longer required to wear masks, or to distance ourselves from others, or to provide Proof of Vaccination at our church services. We appreciate, however, that many people will continue to wear masks and to socially distance themselves from others. Hand sanitizer is always available, and its use encouraged."   Respectfully,  Rev Andrew Horne

The Anglican Parish of Cambridge & Waterborough was created on January 18, 1865. There are five faith communities which comprise our Parish. For fiscal reasons, throughout most of the year, we hold services in a central location at the Church of the Good Shepherd in Cambridge-Narrows. ** washroom facilities available.

We hope you can join us for our services or events!!!

Church of the Good Shepherd   2266 Lower Cambridge Road, Cambridge-Narrows NB E4C 1P1 

Saint James Church 647 Route 715 Lower Jemseg, NB (nearby postal code E4C 3P1)


Saint Luke's Church 6689 Route 105 Youngs Cove, NB  (nearby postal code E4C 2C2)


All Saints Church   279 Bagdad Road, Youngs Cove, Queen's County, NB (nearby postal code E4C 2H1)    


Saint John the Evangelist 5460 Route 105, White's Cove NB (nearby postal code E4C 3H9)  NOTE: There is the graveyard & a bell on site, but no building


******For history and information re the above noted churches, click on this link:        www.parishofcambridgeandwaterborough.com/churches 

Save the Stone Church Fundraiser

Saint James Anglican at Lower Jemseg is an architectural and historical treasure. Constructed in 1887, the fieldstone for it was collected by parishioners over the previous two-year period from the area around Dykeman Lake. Granite was donated by the quarry across the river at Hampstead. Caen stone left from the construction of Christ Church Cathedral in Fredericton was used to frame the windows and doors, and for the chancel arch. The design, copied from a church in Britain, accounts for the unusual small round window about four feet from the ground in front of the church. This “Leper’s Peep” design element from a time when lepers roamed the countryside in Britain was never used for this purpose here in central New Brunswick.

The interior is as attractive as the outside with marvelous memorial stained-glass windows given by local families. The adjacent cemetery includes resting places for Anglicans and other denominations. Many tourists visit each year.

Unfortunately, this beautiful landmark is in need of urgent repair. The unstable East wall puts in danger the stained-glass portrait of St. James. There are other repairs to be done, but reinforcement of the East wall foundation, rebuilding of the stone wall and repair and reinstallation of the St. James window, estimated to cost $130,000, are the most urgent.

We are requesting your support to save this landmark of our community. While we will be making applications to various funding agencies, it is anticipated that the majority of the funding will need to come from the community and those with historic attachment to the Church. A cheque or cash donation at this time would help us save this beautiful and historic place such that it may live on for another 50 to 100 years or more. All donations are tax-deductible and can be addressed to: The Anglican Parish of Cambridge and Waterborough

        2266 Lower Cambridge Road, Cambridge-Narrows, NB E4C 1P1

Donations may be sent by e-Transfer to: treasurer@parishofcambridgeandwaterborough.com with a note on the Memo line to confirm the donation and the address for the tax receipt. Cheques should be made out to “The Anglican Parish of Cambridge and Waterborough” with the Memo line “St. James Restoration”. Tax receipts will be sent in early 2023 unless otherwise requested. Thank you in advance for your generous support.

            The Anglican Parish of Cambridge and Waterborough