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* Anglican Church Act, 2003

Legislature :
54
Session :
5
Bill No. :
56
Member :
Mr. Kirk MacDonald
First Reading :
2003-4-1
Second Reading :
2003-4-9
Committee of the Whole :
Amended :
Third Reading :
2003-4-9
Royal Assent :
2003-4-11
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Bill 56

Text of Bill :
WHEREAS The Diocesan Synod of Fredericton prays that it be enacted as hereinafter set forth;



THEREFORE, Her Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick, enacts as follows:



Definitions

1                           In this Act,



"Bishop" means the person holding the office of Bishop of the Diocese;



"The Bishop of Fredericton" means the corporation continued by subsection 2(2);



"Cathedral Chapter" means the corporation continued by subsection 2(3);



"church" includes a chapel and any other place dedicated or consecrated as a place of worship;



"Church" means The Anglican Church of Canada;



"Diocesan Council" means the Council elected or appointed by the Synod to manage the affairs of the Diocese between meetings of the Synod;



"Diocese" means The Diocese of Fredericton as constituted by Letters Patent issued by Her late Majesty, Queen Victoria, dated April 25, 1845;



"parish" means a geographical area or a community of Church members committed to the pastoral care of a Rector or other minister;



"parish corporation" means a corporation continued by subsection 2(4) or created under section 7;



"Rector" means the member of the clergy appointed to that position in a parish;



"Synod" means the corporation continued by subsection 2(1).



Corporate Structures

2(1)                   The Diocesan Synod of Fredericton is continued as a corporation.



2(2)                   The person who from time to time holds the office of Bishop of the Diocese is continued as a corporation sole by the name of The Bishop of Fredericton.



2(3)                   The Bishop and Chapter of the Cathedral of Christ Church in the City and Diocese of Fredericton is continued as a corporation.



2(4)                   The several corporations now existing comprising the Rector together with the Church Wardens and members of the Vestry chosen in a parish and now or formerly known by the names set out in Column 1 of Schedule A are continued by the respective names set out in Column 2 of Schedule A.



2(5)                   A reference in any enactment or document to a corporation by a name set out in Column 1 of Schedule A shall be read as a reference to the same corporation by the corresponding name set out in Column 2 of Schedule A.



Corporate Powers and Authority

3                           Each corporation continued by section 2 and every corporation created under section 7



(a)               has perpetual succession and all powers and privileges incident to a corporation under the laws of the Province,



(b)               shall have a corporate seal which it may alter at pleasure,



(c)                may sue and be sued, contract and be contracted with,



(d)               subject to subsections 4(4), 6(5) and 7(5), may take, receive, purchase or otherwise acquire real and personal estate and may use, manage, lease, sell, mortgage or otherwise dispose of the same,



(e)                may receive, hold and administer real and personal estate upon trust and, subject to subsections 4(4), 6(5) and 7(5), may sell, lease, assign, transfer and convey any real and personal estate so held if it deems it advisable for the more beneficial carrying out of the trust upon which it is held,



(f)                may borrow money and give promissory notes or other evidences of debt and may assign, mortgage or pledge any of its property or assets to secure the repayment of borrowed money, and



(g)               may, except in respect of an action by or on behalf of the corporation to procure a judgment in its favour, indemnify a member or officer thereof, a former member or officer thereof and that person's heirs and legal representatives, against all costs, charges and expenses, including an amount paid to settle an action or satisfy a judgment, reasonably incurred by that person in respect of any civil, criminal or administrative action or proceeding to which that person is made a party by reason of being or having been a member or officer of the corporation if



(i)         that person acted honestly and in good faith with a view to the best interests of the corporation, and



(ii)       in the case of a criminal or administrative action or proceeding that is enforced by a monetary penalty, that person had reasonable grounds for believing that that person's conduct was lawful.



The Synod

4(1)                   The objects of the Synod are the government and administration of the temporal affairs of the Church in the Diocese.



4(2)                   The Synod may adopt, amend, repeal or re-enact a constitution, canons and regulations for the general management and good government of the Church in the Diocese and, without restricting the generality of the foregoing, with respect to



(a)               defining the membership of the Synod,



(b)               the election or appointment of a Secretary, a Treasurer, a Registrar, an Archivist and other diocesan officers and officials and prescribing their duties,



(c)                the election or appointment of a Diocesan Council to manage the affairs of the Diocese between meetings of the Synod,



(d)               the calling of meetings of the Synod which may be held less frequently than annually,



(e)                fixing the quorum for its meetings,



(f)                the election or appointment of boards and committees and prescribing their powers and duties,



(g)               delegating to the Diocesan Council, boards or committees any responsibility or authority of the Synod under this Act and authorizing the Diocesan Council or any board or committee to delegate such responsibility or authority to another committee, a subcommittee or any other body,



(h)               the procedure for the amendment, repeal or re-enactment of the constitution of the Synod and for the enactment, amendment, repeal or re-enactment of canons and regulations,



(i)                the election or appointment of the diocesan bishop, a coadjutor bishop, a suffragan bishop or an assistant bishop,



(j)                defining the ecclesiastical and temporal powers of bishops in the Diocese,



(k)                the appointment of a commissary to act when the Bishop is absent or incapacitated or when there is a vacancy in the office of Bishop of the Diocese, and defining the authority of the commissary,



(l)                the appointment of clergy as Rectors of parishes and to other clerical offices and positions,



(m)               the removal or dismissal of Rectors or clergy holding any clerical office or position,



(n)               the discipline of clerical and lay members of the Church in the Diocese,



(o)               the pastoral conduct of clergy,



(p)               the oversight, management and control of the real and personal property of parish corporations,



(q)               the acquiring, leasing, selling or mortgaging of real estate by parish corporations,



(r)                the calling of annual and other meetings of parishioners and defining the qualifications of persons entitled to vote at such meetings,



(s)                the election or appointment of Church Wardens, Chapel Wardens, members of the Vestry of a parish, lay members of the Synod and officers of parish corporations and prescribing their qualifications and duties,



(t)                the establishment, amalgamation, division or adjustment of parishes,



(u)               the keeping and preservation of diocesan and parish records, registers and archives including documents, manuscripts, photographs, films, audio and video recordings, artifacts and other objects pertaining to the history of the Church in the Diocese, and



(v)                representation of the Diocese in regional or national synods, councils and conventions of the Church.



4(3)                   The Synod may lend money to the Cathedral Chapter or a parish corporation and may guarantee any debt of the Cathedral Chapter or a parish corporation.



4(4)                   The Synod shall not lease, sell, mortgage or otherwise dispose of real estate without the Bishop's approval.



4(5)                   A sale or conveyance of real estate by the Synod with the Bishop's approval frees and discharges the real estate from any trusts upon which it was held.



The Bishop of Fredericton

5(1)                   All real and personal estate vested in or held by the Bishop by virtue of the Bishop holding that office shall be held by The Bishop of Fredericton and shall devolve upon the Bishop's successors in their corporate capacities.



5(2)                   The Bishop of Fredericton may convey and transfer to the Synod, the Cathedral Chapter or a parish corporation any real or personal estate or trusts vested in or held by The Bishop of Fredericton and the Synod, the Cathedral Chapter or parish corporation shall thereafter hold and administer the same upon the same trusts and for the same purposes as The Bishop of Fredericton held the same.



5(3)                   When the Bishop is absent or incapacitated or there is a vacancy in the office of Bishop of the Diocese, the Synod shall control and manage all real and personal estate vested in or held by The Bishop of Fredericton, except that of Christ Church Cathedral in the City of Fredericton.



5(4)                   The transfer to the Synod of the trusts and property vested in The Bishop of Fredericton under the last will and testament of the late Sarah Catherine DeWolfe is ratified and the Synod shall hold the same upon the same trusts as they were held by The Bishop of Fredericton.



The Cathedral Chapter

6(1)                   The objects of the Cathedral Chapter are the maintenance and management of Christ Church Cathedral in the City of Fredericton, its grounds and appurtenances, religious and charitable works connected therewith, and the temporal affairs of the Cathedral and its congregation.



6(2)                   The Cathedral Chapter may adopt, amend, repeal or re-enact a constitution and by-laws



(a)               prescribing its membership other than the Bishop who shall always be a member,



(b)               prescribing the duties and privileges of its clerical and lay members, and



(c)                providing for the government, regulation and management of the Chapter, its officers, business, property and affairs.



6(3)                   Nothing in the constitution or by-laws of the Cathedral Chapter shall limit the authority of the Bishop to appoint its clerical members and the clerical officers of Christ Church Cathedral.



6(4)                   Any person holding real or personal estate for the benefit of Christ Church Cathedral, its grounds or appurtenances, or in any way in connection with the Cathedral may convey, transfer and assign such real or personal estate to the Cathedral Chapter to be held by it for the same objects and purposes and upon the same trusts as it was held by such person.



6(5)                   The Cathedral Chapter shall not lease, sell, mortgage or otherwise dispose of real estate without the approval of the Bishop and of the Synod.



6(6)                   A sale or conveyance of real estate by the Cathedral Chapter with the approval of the Bishop and of the Synod frees and discharges the real estate from any trusts upon which it was held.



Parishes and Parish Corporations

7(1)                   A parish comprises



(a)               a specific district or geographical area and its people, which encompasses a church or churches, and



(b)               the community of Church members who worship in the church or churches in a parish established after the coming into force of this Act pursuant to the canons adopted by the Synod.



7(2)                   The objects of a parish corporation are the maintenance and management of church properties in the parish and religious and charitable works connected therewith and the administration of the temporal affairs of the Church in the parish.



7(3)                   A parish corporation may enact by-laws for the regulation of its proceedings and the management of the temporalities of the parish but such by-laws shall cease to have effect unless they are within twelve months submitted to, and approved by, a meeting of the parishioners.



7(4)                   When the Rector of a parish is absent from the Diocese or there is a vacancy in the office of Rector, the Church Wardens and members of the Vestry constitute the parish corporation.



7(5)                   A parish corporation shall not lease, sell, mortgage or otherwise dispose of real estate without the approval of the Bishop and of the Synod.



7(6)                   A sale or conveyance of real estate by a parish corporation with the approval of the Bishop and of the Synod frees and discharges the real estate from any trusts upon which it was held.



7(7)                   When a new parish is established or parishes are amalgamated, divided or adjusted pursuant to the canons adopted by the Synod, the Bishop shall issue a Memorial under seal



(a)               defining the community of each such parish,



(b)               prescribing the name of the parish corporation of each such parish, and



(c)                declaring what church lands, buildings, furnishings and ornaments vest in each affected parish.



7(8)                   The Bishop shall cause the Memorial to be registered under the Registry Act or the Land Titles Act.



7(9)                   When two or more parishes are amalgamated the real and personal estate of the former parishes vests in the amalgamated parish, subject to the same trusts, if any, upon which they were formerly held.



7(10)               When a parish or parishes are divided or adjusted



(a)               any new parish shall be a separate parish and a parish corporation with the name set out in the Memorial shall be organized in the parish,



(b)               the church lands, buildings, furnishings and ornaments of the divided or adjusted parish vest in the affected parishes as declared in the Memorial issued by the Bishop pursuant to subsection (7), subject to the same trusts, if any, upon which they were formerly held, and



(c)                the funds, securities and investments previously held by any affected parish shall be apportioned and allotted by the Synod or as is determined pursuant to canons adopted by the Synod.



7(11)               When it appears to the Diocesan Council that a parish corporation has become inactive or has ceased to function the Diocesan Council or a committee appointed by it may hold an inquiry into the matter.



7(12)               The inquiry shall be conducted according to such rules as the Diocesan Council prescribes.



7(13)               The Bishop or any member of the Diocesan Council may administer an oath or a declaration of affirmation to witnesses at the inquiry.



7(14)               When, as a result of the inquiry, it is determined that a parish corporation has become inactive or has ceased to function, the Diocesan Council may order that the parish corporation be dissolved and that the property held by the parish corporation shall vest in the Synod or as the Diocesan Council orders.



7(15)               The Bishop shall issue a Memorial of dissolution and vesting under seal and shall cause the Memorial to be registered under the Registry Act or the Land Titles Act.



Property, Trusts and Investments

8(1)                   All assignments, gifts, devises, bequests, conveyances or transfers of real or personal estate made to or intended for the Church in the Diocese, or for any religious or charitable purpose thereof or any trust in connection therewith, by the name of the Anglican Church, the Anglican Church of Canada, the Church of England in Canada, the Church of England, the Protestant Episcopal Church, the Episcopal Church, or by any other name showing such intention shall vest in and be held by the Synod for the benefit of the Church or the particular purpose or trust for which the same is made or intended.



8(2)                   If an assignment, gift, devise, bequest, conveyance or transfer is made for a trust or purpose not fully determined or which the Synod considers impracticable to carry out, the Synod shall hold the same in trust for the purposes, or as nearly as may be, for which it is made or given and may transfer the same to any corporation or institution connected with the Church and formed or organized to carry those purposes into effect.



8(3)                   Where there is doubt as to the specific object of an assignment, gift, devise, bequest, conveyance or transfer the Synod shall resolve the doubt according to such rules as the Synod prescribes.



8(4)                   Subsections (1), (2) and (3) do not apply to any assignment, gift, devise, bequest, conveyance or transfer made for or to the Cathedral Chapter, a parish corporation or any trust or institution connected with the Church which is separately incorporated.



8(5)                   Unless otherwise authorized or directed by an express provision of a will or other instrument creating a trust, and subject to such policies and standards as the Synod adopts, the Synod, The Bishop of Fredericton, the Cathedral Chapter and parish corporations may invest assets, including trust assets, in any kind of property, real, personal or mixed, but in so doing, they shall exercise the judgment and care that a person of prudence, discretion and intelligence would exercise as a trustee of the property of others.



8(6)                   The Synod may consolidate property vested in or held by the Synod in trust or otherwise in a general investment fund and, after deducting expenses of management, investment and administration determined by the Synod, distribute the income and profits therefrom to those entitled, in proportion to the respective capital of any trusts.



8(7)                   The Bishop of Fredericton, the Cathedral Chapter, parish corporations and other persons who hold property as trustees for any purpose connected with the Church may transfer or assign such property to the Synod, subject to the trusts relating thereto, for management, sale, investment and reinvestment upon such terms as are agreed upon.



8(8)                   The Synod may receive and hold property transferred to it pursuant to subsection (7), either as agent or trustee, and may include such property in a general investment fund established pursuant to subsection (6).



Glebe Lands Freed from Trusts

9(1)                   All lands heretofore granted, devised or conveyed to or otherwise vested in a parish corporation upon trust as a glebe, or otherwise for the use and benefit of the Rector, and all income from such lands or from any trust funds heretofore or hereafter created upon the sale of any such lands are the property of the parish corporation free from any trust for, or any right of management or direction in, the Rector of the parish.



9(2)                   All glebe lands heretofore granted in a civil parish where a parish corporation has not been established and all income from such lands or from any trust fund created upon the sale of any such lands are the property of the Synod.



Variation of Trusts

10(1)               In this section "corporation" means the Synod, The Bishop of Fredericton, the Cathedral Chapter, a parish corporation or The Trustees of the Mission Church of Saint John Baptist incorporated by Chapter 29 of 53 Victoria, 1890.



10(2)               When a corporation holds any property, real or personal, upon trust for a particular charitable purpose which



(a)               cannot be carried out,



(b)               has become impossible or impracticable of fulfilment, or



(c)                has, since the purpose was laid down, been adequately provided for by other means,



the corporation may apply to a judge of The Court of Queen's Bench of New Brunswick for an order pursuant to subsection (3).



10(3)               The order referred to in subsection (2) shall be for approving use of the trust property or part of it for



(a)               a general endowment of the corporation,



(b)               the general charitable purposes of the corporation, or



(c)                a particular charitable purpose of the corporation.



10(4)               Where the terms of the trust restrict the corporation to use of income only or otherwise restrict the amount or part of the trust property that may be used for the purpose originally laid down such restrictions shall apply to any purpose approved under this section.



10(5)               A corporation shall not make an application without the approval of the Bishop and of the Diocesan Council or such board or committee as the Diocesan Council authorizes to give such approval.



10(6)               Notice of an application shall be given to the Minister of Justice and to such other persons and in such manner as the judge directs.



10(7)               When an application has been allowed by a judge the corporation may apply the trust property and income therefrom for the purpose approved by the order as though the property had always been held upon trust for that purpose.



Acts Repealed

11                        The following Acts and parts of Acts are repealed:



(a)               Section 92 of An Act to consolidate and amend various Acts of Assembly relating to the Church of England, in New Brunswick, chapter 78 of the Acts of New Brunswick, 1912;



(b)                      An Act to consolidate and amend various Acts of Assembly relating to the Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of Trinity Church, in the Parish of Saint John, and to authorize the issue of Eleven Thousand Dollars of debentures, chapter 137 of the Acts of New Brunswick, 1920;



(c)                      An Act to consolidate and amend the various Acts of Assembly relating to the Church of England in New Brunswick, chapter 99 of the Acts of New Brunswick, 1942; and



(d)                      An Act to Incorporate the Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of Saint Margaret's Church in the Parish of Fredericton, chapter 83 of the Acts of New Brunswick, 1968 (First Session).



Coming Into Force

12                        This Act comes into force on September 1, 2003.



SCHEDULE A



Column 1

Former name
   
Column 2

New name

1.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of Holy Trinity Church in the Parish of Andover
   
1.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Andover

2.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of St. George's Church in the Parish of Bathurst
   
2.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Bathurst

3.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of St. Paul's Church in the Parish of Bright
   
3.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Bright

4.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of the Parish of Cambridge and Waterborough
   
4.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Cambridge and Waterborough

5.The Anglican Parish of Campbellton
   
5.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Campbellton

6.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of St. Ann's Church in the Parish of Campobello
   
6.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Campobello

7.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of Trinity Church in the Parish of Canterbury
   
7.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Canterbury, Benton and Kirkland

8.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of Saint George's Church in the Parish of Carleton in the City of Saint John
   
8.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Carleton

9.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of the Parish of Central Kings
   
9.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Central Kings

10.The Anglican Parish of Chatham
   
10.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Chatham

11.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of the Parish of Coldbrook - St. Mary
   
11.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Coldbrook - St. Mary

12.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of St. Mary's Church in the Parish of Dalhousie
   
12.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Dalhousie

13.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of the Parish of Denmark
   
13.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Denmark

14.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of the Parish of Derby and Blackville
   
14.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Derby and Blackville

15.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of Trinity Church in the Parish of Dorchester
   
15.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Dorchester

16.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Douglas and Nashwaaksis
   
16.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Douglas and Nashwaaksis

17.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of the Parish of East Saint John
   
17.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of East Saint John

18.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of Christ Church in the Parish of Fredericton
   
18.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Fredericton

19.The Anglican Parish of Fredericton Junction
   
19.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Fredericton Junction

20.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Gagetown
   
20.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Gagetown

21.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of the Parish of Gondola Point
   
21.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Gondola Point

22.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of the Parish of Grand Bay
   
22.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Grand Bay

23.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of All Saints Church in the Parish of Grand Falls
   
23.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Grand Falls

24.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of St. Paul's Church in the Parish of Grand Manan
   
24.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Grand Manan

25.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of the Parish of Greenwich
   
25.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Greenwich

26.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of the Parish of Hammond River
   
26.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Hammond River

27.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of St. Paul's Church in the Parish of Hampton
   
27.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Hampton

28.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of the Church of St. John the Evangelist in the Parish of Hardwicke
   
28.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Hardwicke

29.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of the Parish of Hillsborough Riverside
   
29.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Hillsborough Riverside

30.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of St. John's Church in the Parish of Johnston
   
30.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Johnston

31.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of the Parish of Kent
   
31.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Kent

32.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of the Parish of Ketepec
   
32.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Ketepec

33.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of Trinity Church in the Parish of Kingston
   
33.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Kingston

34.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of the Parish of Lakewood
   
34.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Lakewood

35.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of the Church of the Good Shepherd in the Parish of Lancaster
   
35.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Lancaster

36.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of the Parish of Ludlow and Blissfield
   
36.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Ludlow and Blissfield

37.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of the Church of St. John the Baptist in the Parish of Madawaska
   
37.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Madawaska

38.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of the Parish of Marysville
   
38.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Marysville

39.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of the Parish of Maugerville
   
39.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Maugerville

40.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of St. George's Church in the Parish of McAdam
   
40.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of McAdam

41.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of the Parish of Millidgeville
   
41.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Millidgeville

42.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Minto and Chipman
   
42.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Minto and Chipman

43.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of St. George's Church in the Parish of Moncton
   
43.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Moncton

44.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of St. Anne's Church in the Parish of Musquash
   
44.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Musquash

45.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of St. Mark's Church in the Parish of Nelson
   
45.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Nelson

46.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of the Parish of New Bandon
   
46.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of New Bandon

47.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of St. Andrew's Church in the Parish of Newcastle
   
47.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Newcastle

48.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of the Parish of New Maryland
   
48.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of New Maryland

49.The Anglican Parish of Oromocto
   
49.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Oromocto

50.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of Christ Church in the Parish of Pennfield
   
50.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Pennfield

51.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of Saint Luke's Church in the Parish of Portland
   
51.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Portland

52.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of the Parish of Prince William and Dumfries cum Queensbury and Southampton
   
52.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Prince William, Dumfries, Queensbury and Southampton

53.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of the Parish of Quispamsis
   
53.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Quispamsis

54.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Renforth
   
54.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Renforth

55.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of the Parish of Restigouche
   
55.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Restigouche

56.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of St. John's Church in the Parish of Richmond
   
56.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Richmond

57.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of the Parish of Riverview
   
57.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Riverview

58.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of St. Paul's Church in the Parish of Rothesay
   
58.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Rothesay

59.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of St. Ann's Church in the Parish of Sackville
   
59.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Sackville

60.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of All Saints Church in the Parish of St. Andrews
   
60.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of St. Andrews

61.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of the Parish of St. Andrews, Sunny Brae
   
61.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of St. Andrews, Sunny Brae

62.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of the Parish of St. David and St. Patrick
   
62.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of St. David and St. Patrick

63.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of St. Mark's Church in the Parish of St. George
   
63.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of St. George

64.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of the Parish of St. James, Moncton
   
64.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of St. James, Moncton

65.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of St. James Church in the Parish of St. James in the City of Saint John
   
65.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of St. James, Saint John

66.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of Trinity Church in the Parish of Saint John
   
66.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Saint John

67.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of the Parish of St. Margaret's
   
67.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of St. Margaret's

68.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of Saint Mark's Church in the Parish of Saint Mark
   
68.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of St. Mark's

69.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of Saint John's Church in the Parish of Saint Mark in the City of Saint John
   
69.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of St. Mark, Saint John

70.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of the Parish of St. Martin's and Black River
   
70.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of St. Martin's and Black River

71.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of the Parish of St. Mary (York)
   
71.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of St. Mary

72.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of Saint Paul's Church in the Parish of Saint Paul
   
72.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of St. Paul

73.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of St. Peter, Fredericton
   
73.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of St. Peter, Fredericton

74.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of the Parish of St. Phillip's, Moncton
   
74.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of St. Phillip's, Moncton

75.The Anglican Parish of Saint Stephen
   
75.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of St. Stephen

76.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of the Parish of Salisbury and Havelock
   
76.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Salisbury and Havelock

77.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of the Church of St. Martin-in-the-Wood in the Parish of Shediac
   
77.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Shediac

78.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of All Saints Church in the Parish of Simonds
   
78.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Simonds

79.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of St. Thomas' Church in the Parish of Stanley
   
79.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Stanley

80.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of Holy Trinity Church in the Parish of Sussex
   
80.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Sussex

81.The Anglican Parish of the Tobique
   
81.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of the Tobique

82.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of St. Peter's Church in the Parish of Upham
   
82.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Upham

83.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of the Parish of Upper Kennebecasis
   
83.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Upper Kennebecasis

84.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of Saint Jude's Church in the Parish of Victoria in the City of Saint John
   
84.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Victoria

85.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of the Church of St. John the Evangelist in the Parish of Waterford
   
85.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Waterford

86.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of the Parish of Westfield
   
86.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Westfield

87.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of St. Mark's Church in the Parish of Westmorland
   
87.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Westmorland

88.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of the Parish of Wicklow, Wilmot, Peel and Aberdeen
   
88.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Wicklow, Wilmot, Peel and Aberdeen

89.The Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of Christ Church in the Parish of Woodstock
   
89.The Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Woodstock

 

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