Anglican Parish of Derby and Blackville

We are again being called upon to play a role in caring for each other by exercising extreme caution and by restricting our activities for the next sixteen days. (January 15-30)

The Church has not been closed, so it doesn’t need to be reopened. We have simply stopped worshiping in our buildings for a time to protect the health and well-being of our people and our communities. The Church does not require a building in order to be the Church.

What is required is love, compassion, and the presence of God.

As we follow the guidelines of this new level, may we look for ways to serve and care for each other. Fr. Gerry asks you to remember, and to remind others, that he can be contacted any time, day or night, if you need to pray, talk, or for any other purpose that he can assist with.

  • We are invited to join with St. George’s, Moncton for Daily Worship Online Their Facebook page is Sunday morning worship services is: 8:00 am, Holy Communion. For at least Sunday, January 16, the 10 am service will not be live-streamed. There are also the daily offices Monday – Friday of Morning Prayer at 8:30 am and Evening Prayer at 5:00 pm.
  • If the Facebook streaming is not working – you can find them here –
  • To follow along, the Online Book of Common Prayer ( ) may be useful. You may either download and save a PDF copy of the entire book, or access web versions of each section. If you want to follow along with a Book of Common Prayer and Hymn book but do not have one, contact us and we will get one to you. The text of the service (when possible) will be posted in the comments section of the live-stream.

If you have any questions, needs or concerns during this period, please do not hesitate to be in contact.

Your prayers are asked for all who are in need, especially those in anxiety:

ALMIGHTY God, who art afflicted in the afflictions of thy people: Regard with thy tender compassion those in anxiety and distress; bear their sorrows and their cares; supply all their manifold needs; and help both them and us to put our whole trust and confidence in thee; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.


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