Service Times

We celebrate the Eucharist three times a week:

8am Sunday - Said Eucharist

10am Sunday - Choral Eucharist           

The fourth Sunday of the month the 10 am service is Power Point

10am Wednesday - Said Eucharist (held in the Chapel of the Good Shepherd)



The Venerable Frank W. Kirby, Archdeacon and Incumbent PDF Print E-mail

The Venerable Frank Walton Kirby grew up in the town of Hawkesbury, Ontario, where his father practiced medicine for many years. There his family were members of Holy Trinity Church, among the oldest parishes in the Anglican Diocese of Ottawa. After theological studies at the Montreal Diocesan Theological College, he was ordained a deacon in May of 1984, at Christ Church Cathedral in Ottawa. His first parish was in Bay d’Espoir in the Diocese of Central Newfoundland. After two years there he moved to Holy Trinity, Grand Falls, where he served as associate priest with the Reverend Edward Marsh (later Bishop of Central Newfoundland).

Returning to the Diocese of Ottawa in the spring of 1987, he served five years in the parish of Beachburg-Cobden-Westmeath (now part of the Parish of Stafford-Whitewater), near Pembroke, Ontario. In 1992 he moved to the Cathedral in Ottawa, where he served as Pastoral Vicar with then Dean Peter Coffin (later Bishop of Ottawa). In 1995 he went to the Church of St Barnabas, Apostle and Martyr, in Ottawa. He spent over 12 years in this Anglo-Catholic parish. In May of 2008 he moved to Trinity Church in Cornwall, the oldest parish in the Diocese of Ottawa. At the same time he was appointed Archdeacon of Stormont by Bishop John Chapman. As such he has oversight of the seven parishes in the Deanery of Stormont.

Fr Frank’s interests include photography, tropical fish, classical and baroque music, and reading history and biographies. He currently lives with two beloved cats: Stanley and Livingston.