St. Paul's Anglican Church 750 Water Street, Bushville, New Brunswick St. Mary's Anglican Church 207 Wellington Street, Chatham, New Brunswick


Welcome to the Anglican Parish of Chatham

Our mission is “To know Christ and make Him known”

St. Paul ‘s Anglican Church, Bushville, is known as the mother church of all Anglicans along the northeast region of New Brunswick . It is the earliest example of a building constructed by a noted Miramichi builder, William Murray circa 1822-1823. The first church services for the Chatham Parish were held at St. Paul ‘s on Christmas Day, 1823 with the Rev. Samuel Bacon as the rector.

Construction of St. Mary’s as a ‘Chapel of Ease’ in the town of Chatham began in 1836. Work was completed in time for the first services on December 31, 1837.

In 1894, St. Mary’s Church was renovated and expanded with Bishop Kingdon dedicating the remodeled church on August 7, 1895.

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Sunday's Readings

January 1, 2017

Isaiah 60: 1-6

Psalm 72: 1-7, 10-14

Ephesians 3: 1-12

Matthew 2: 1-12

Thought for the Week

Whenever a situation arises that does not line up with your understanding of God’s will, you must stop and look to Him for direction. (Psalm 32:8)

– 30 Life Principles by Charles F. Stanley


January 1

Combined Service @ St. Paul’s, 10am

Blessings to All For 2017! 


Anglican Parish of Chatham
St. Paul's and St. Mary's
(506) 773-7387

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