Anglican Parish of Central Kings
We are a Christ Centered, Mission Minded, Community of Faith
Rev'd Rob Marsh Priest-in-Charge Parish
 Information Line 832-3513

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 Sunday Services Schedule for April 26, 2015

St. Peter's Upham 10 am, Joint Parish Service of Holy Eucharist.  Potluck of sandwiches and sweets to follow after the service.

Anglican Bishop express horror at Isis killing of Ethiopian Christians

 Saturday, April 25, 9 am 1pm, Youth Group Yard Sale, Bake Sale; canteen is provided: Bloomfield Hall.  Proceeds to send children to Camp. We are also looking for donations for our yard sale. Donations can be dropped off any time after Church or on Monday nights between 5 - 9 pm. We can also arrange to pickup of donations.  Tables are available for rent for $10 each.  For more information: Phone Amy Hoyt or Tammy Ketch (email me for phone numbers

  Saturday May 2, 4 - 6 pm, ROAST BEEF SUPPER  with a variety of homemade desserts. Adults $14; 6-12 years $6; preschoolers free; Proceeds for the Parish of Upham; for more information all Brenda (email me for her number

The Safe Harbour Transition House needs the following articles.  Bath towels, sheets, white pillow cases, laundry soap, fabric softener, bathroom cleaners, Lysol spray, large nighties, toiletries, tooth paste, toothbrushes, shampoo and deodorant, household items= pots, pans, glasses, dishes.  For more information follow this link

Church Schedule April to June 2015

Letter from the Archbishop of Canterbury to the Youth

Future: Six Tough ReggieQuestions for the Church

The Conversation continues  . . .  St Paul's Church in Hampton on May 7th at 7:30 pm LINK




Churches Schedule to June 28, 2015

Safe Harbour Project in Saint John

ACW Newsletter February 2015

NB Anglican

Diocesan Council News

E-news Diocese of Fredericton

Homeless Teens in Saint John, NB

Where did you get ready this morning??


Radiating Hope, The Bishop’s Charge
132nd Synod of the Diocese of Fredericton 

Colin McDonald Blog:  Director of Youth and Inter-generational Ministries for the Diocese of Fredericton'

Donations to the Hampton Food Basket will be received  the 2nd Sunday of each month.

Tube money for February March 2015 went to send Youth to CampT

 Amy Hoyt, Youth Minister in our parish wrote a wonderful commentary about her visit to the headquarters of the Joshua Group. The heartfelt article is a must read for anyone interested in Social Justice and Poverty Issues in our community. Link to article  For more about the Youth Ministry in the Parish of Central Kings click on the Youth Groups Button on the left menu list.

Together In MissionTogether in Mission (Tim) invites Anglicans from across the diocese to participate in a Planning and Feasibility study through either confidential face to face interviews or Open Forum sessions. This study will determine our potential to raise $18 million, over 5 years, in order to enable local communities, the diocese and the national church to engage in the revitalization of Christian mission and ministry. We are excited to explore the opportunity to consider the possibilities of working together. Our prayer is to realize God’s mission among us and to discover the new possibilities that exist.
Follow this link for more information. Tim


Sunday School Closing

Christ Church Bloomfield looks very festive for the Sunday School and Youth Group closing.  Rev Rob shared the stories of the Super Hero's from the Bible with the young people helping with their recollections of the lessons learned at the Super Hero Vacation Bible School.  BBQ lunch with lots of  treats followed the service at Bloomfield Hall. A good time was enjoyed by all who attended!!

Lectionary Rota for the Parish of Central Kings

Joint Assembly/General Synod—Follow along from home

Confirmation Photos on Flickrconfirmation christ church

Peace in the Valley by Elvis

Meet the new Camp Medley Staff



Archives of Central Kings News

Picture links to more information about Pennies from heaven found on the Anglican Diocese of Fredericton home page.