Holy Week and Easter Services

  • Monday, March 26th
    Choral Evensong in the Chapel at 7 pm
  • Tuesday, March 27th
    Compline in the Chapel at 8 pm
  • Wednesday, March 28th
    Community Potluck Dinner & Eucharist in Foundation Hall.
    Gathering at 6pm; service to immediately follow dinner.
  • Maundy Thursday, March 29th
    Eucharist in Foundation Hall at 7 pm
  • Good Friday, March 30th
    Interactive Family Experience of the Passion in the Chapel at 10 am
    The Celebration of the Lord’s Passion in Foundation Hall at 1 pm
  • Easter Sunday, April 1st
    Easter Sunrise Service on the Podium Roof beginning at 6:30 am
    Potluck breakfast to follow.
    Traditional Easter Services in the Chapel at 8 am
    and in Foundation Hall at 10 am
  • Easter Flowers and Plants – If you wish to donate towards the Easter flowers or plants please sign up on the flower chart at the back of foundation hall, and let the office know what you would like put in the bulletin by Sunday, March 18th. Please place your donation towards flowers in a carefully marked envelope on the collection plate by Sunday, March 25th.
  • Holy Week and Easter 2018 Insert to download


Regular service times

Palm Sunday 8:00am:
     • March 25, 2018

Palm Sunday 10:00am:
     • March 25, 2018

Calendar of events and programs:  View calendar



Image of CCBC ChoirMusic | Choirs

Our community is blessed to have many gifted musicians among its members, allowing us to offer both traditional and contemporary music at our 10 am service. The junior and senior choirs play a central role in our music ministry leading our congregational singing, offering anthems and other music for special occasions. Our choirs practice on Thursday evenings from September through the end of May or early June (juniors at 6:30 pm and seniors at 7:45 pm) They are always delighted to welcome new members. If you are interested in finding out more about our choirs, or joining either of them, please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information.

Vocata logo gold leaf web 2011

Vocata is an Ottawa-based trio of women's voices, with a home at Christ Church Bells Corners. Irena Mandaric, Valerie Steeves and Laurel O’Connor are active throughout the region singing at worship services, concerts, weddings, coffeehouses and festivals—offering an eclectic mix of Gregorian chant, classical repertoire, folk, Celtic and original compositions, accompanied by piano or a cappella. You can hear their music at https://soundcloud.com/vocatatrio.



We are all about baptism. It is a sacrament of new life that gives us our identity as Christians. In baptism we are made one with Christ in his life, death, and resurrection as we celebrate what God has accomplished for us in Jesus. In the life of the Church, people of all ages are presented for baptism. It is a wonderful and blessed moment when a human being is baptized. At CCBC it is always a time of celebration. Adults and older children seeking baptism should contact parish clergy to begin conversations exploring the possibilities, commitments and blessings of baptism.

The baptism of infants and younger is children is also a part of the Anglican tradition that we most often associate with baptismal practice. It is only natural that parents and/or grandparents come to the church so that children may be baptized. Baptism is a wonderful event as our children enter the Christian family and begin their lives as disciples of Jesus; it is a life of many blessings. As well, baptism requires commitment, particularly on the part of those who journey in faith with children. This means finding a Christian congregation and taking the time to make it a family's spiritual home.

In light of this commitment parents are required to make, children baptized at CCBC are members of families that are regular and frequent participants in the worshipping life of this parish or another Christian community. A further expectation is that parents will attend either workshops or interviews with clergy to explore the meaning of baptism and the role the church plays in its abundant grace.

On occasion, we have parents who come to the church for their child to be baptized, although they have not been recently active in church life and worship. This is fine. The birth of a child is a very natural time to evaluate your faith and renew your commitment to the gospel of Jesus Christ and the life and ministry of the church. Very often it is the time of a baptism when parents themselves appreciate the commitment and abundant blessings that are an integral part of being a disciple of Jesus.

For more information about baptisms at CCBC, please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..



Like baptisms, weddings are a part of our life of celebration here at Christ Church Bells Corners. People married in this parish are couples for whom CCBC is their spiritual home, regular attendees of worship and participants in our parish life. Very often couples come to CCBC to be married because one of them grew up here and are returning to their family church. At other times couples are searching for a church to be married in and in doing so have taken the time to get to know us and to discern that this is the place they would like to embrace as their parish church as they begin a new life together in the community.

Whether they've been at CCBC for many years or are relative newcomers, couples who come to CCBC to be married have many questions regarding details and requirements. Many of these questions are best answered in conversation with parish clergy. That said couples being married at CCBC can expect four to five interviews with parish clergy prior to their wedding and are required to attend a weekend-long Marriage Preparation Course offered by the Anglican Diocese of Ottawa. In addition, couples work closely with the parish Altar Guild and parish musicians in preparing some of the details of their ceremony. Those wishing to enquire about weddings at CCBC should contact parish clergy.



A Christian funeral presents us with a full range of emotions. In a time of crisis as we experience loss and give voice to our hope grounded in the Christian gospel. It is a time that speaks to us at many levels. For family and close friends it is a time to celebrate a life lived and to commend a loved one to the mystery of God's eternal love. For a parish community it is a time of hospitality and ministry while at the same time we celebrate what God has accomplished for all of humanity in Jesus. Funerals at CCBC are conducted according to the Anglican tradition and in the context of pastoral care. Those wishing to discuss funerals, either at a time of pre-arrangement or immediate loss, should not hesitate to contact parish clergy.

Service Times

• Sunday 8:00 am Said Eucharist
   in the Chapel

• Sunday 10:00 am Sung Eucharist
   in Foundation Hall

   • Church School & Nursery
• To current bulletins & inserts

Connect with us

Christ Church Bells Corners
3861 Old Richmond Road
Nepean, Ontario K2H 5C1
Phone: 613-829-1826
Fax: 613-829-9287
Office email: ccbc@bellnet.ca

Go to top