Christ the King
Saint John NB

E2N 1A2

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The Church of Christ the King (formerly known as Saint James Lakewood) Anglican Church, is located at 2000 Loch Lomond Road. Visitors are welcome



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Christ the King
2000 Loch Lomond Rd
Saint John, NB E2N 1A2
Canada
Phone: 506-696-1006
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Church Pastor

The Reverend Canon Leo Martin
The Reverend Canon Leo Martin
Rector
2000 Loch Lomond Rd
Saint John, NB E2N 1A2
Canada
Phone: 506-696-1926
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Psalms 40:8

I delight to do thy will, O my God: yea, thy law is within my heart.

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2000 Loch Lomond Rd
Saint John, New Brunswick
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Christ the King Service Times

8 : 00 am Holy Communion – Christ the King
10 : 30 am Holy Communion – Christ the King
10 :30 am Holy Communion – St. Thomas

Christ the King service times last updated on the 11th of January, 2020
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History of Christ the King, Saint John NB

The Anglican Parish of Fundy and the Lakes came into being on August 1, 2015 by memorial of Bishop David Edwards, Bishop of the Diocese of Fredericton. It is an amalgamation of the Parish of Simonds, the Parish of Lakewood and the Parish of St. Martins and Black River.

On Sunday, November 22, 2015, Bishop Edwards installed Canon Leo Martin as the rector of the parish and re-named the building of St. James Lakewood as the Church of Christ the King, this being the Parish church, and St. Thomas (Black River) given the status of a Chapel of Ease.

On Saturday, December 5, 2015, Bishop Edwards again visited the parish for the deconsecration of the church bulidings of All Saints (Loch Lomond) and Holy Trinity (St Martins).   Edit


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