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Worship Times, Events & Locations

Updated Feb 4

Services for February 2023

March  5     9:00 am    MP   Good Shepherd

March 12   11:00 am   HC   Good Shepherd

March 19     9:00 am   HC   Good Shepherd 

   March 26     11:00 am   MP  Good Shepherd 


         Obituary of Ronald Beverley Currie 1944 – 2023

The Currie family wishes to announce that, after a lengthy illness, Ronald Beverley Currie of Jemseg NB, died on Tuesday, March 14th at Hospice House in Fredericton. He was 78 years old.

Ronnie lived most of his life on the family farm in Jemseg. After High School he worked on highway construction crews throughout New Brunswick, but returned to the farm upon the death of his father in 1968. Ronnie raised cattle, planted acres of corn, potatoes and strawberries, and worked for many years as an Operator on the Gagetown Ferry. He was a gentle, patient, soft-spoken man, loyal to his community, and well-liked by everyone. He will be missed.

Ronnie was predeceased by his parents, Clarence and P:hyllis (Coy). He is survived by his older brother Robert (Marilyn) of Quispamsis, by his three nephews: John (Claudia), Mark and Mike, and by his great-niece Alisha.

Special thanks go to Dr. Gregory Haines, and the doctors, nurses and staff of the SJRS, the DECH, the Oromocto Hospital, the Grand Lake Country Care Home, and Hospice House in Fredericton.

A service in memory of Ronnie will be held at the Oromocto Funeral Home on Monday, March 20th. Visitation with the family begins at 11:30. The service begins at 1pm, with the Rev. Andrew Horne presiding. Ronnie will be buried later this Spring at St. James’ Anglican Church in Jemseg. In lieu of flowers, Ronnie asked that donations be made in his name to the St. James Building Fund.


Current guidelines re attending a service in our Parish

"Following the dropping of Covid restrictions by the Government of New Brunswick, 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


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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!!!