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Join us in-person or virtually every Sunday at 11:00 AM AST.

473 King Street

Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada

E3B 1E5


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Office Hours:

Monday to Thursday, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM; closed for lunch from 12:00 PM to 1:00PM

Meet the Team


Rev. Mary Tingley

Greetings in Christ,

I am Rev. Mary Tingley and formally began ministry at Wilmot on January 2nd, 2022 and enjoy being part of the team within the spiritual ethos of this caring diverse community. While not overtly young in ministry years, I have 20 years of experience that keep me young in heart, mind and spirit. Utilizing my gifts for spiritual care, worship, and a deep love of the sacred word, I am grateful to be part of a dynamic, faith living community, one which seeks traditional and new ways of growing in faithfulness. I look forward to hearing about your faith journey as we cross sacred ground in times ahead. My door is open and my ears ready to listen.



Office hours are generally weekday mornings - 458-1392 (office) and in case of emergency 230-1000 (cell) or by email.


Brenda Cameron

I have been with Wilmot in the office since August 2022 but my history with Wilmot goes back much farther. Arriving in Fredericton in 1973, as a child, we chose Wilmot as our congregation and I have been attending ever since.

Professionally I bring to the administration position education from business college and university (UNB). My work experience is varied spending the majority of my years in the lumber wholesale and automotive service industries. Working with the Wilmot community is a welcome change.

On my downtime I enjoy baking, gardening, walking and traveling to see my daughter in NS or son in NL.

You can currently find me in the office Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday. Drop by and say hello!


Robyn Abbott

Hello! My name is Robyn and I began working with Wilmot in August 2022. I help with the announcements, worship bulletin and other projects. I'm an avid reader and some of my favourite authors include C.S. Lewis, Nikolai Gogol and Margaret Atwood.

You can find me in the office Tuesdays and Thursdays.

I also made the website you're browsing.


Margaret MacDonald

Margaret has a Bachelor of Music (Mount Allison University), a Bachelor of Education (Memorial University of Newfoundland), a Diploma in the Kodaly Method of teaching singing (The University of Calgary), and a Masters of Music (Western University). She has taught music in several school systems in England, Newfoundland, and Ontario, and has taught voice and piano privately for many years. Margaret has directed and accompanied many choirs, including the Branch #4 Legion Men's Chorus, and has been a church organist in Newfoundland, Prince Edward Island, and at various churches in New Brunswick.

Playing Wilmot's Casavant organ and grand piano, and working with Steven Peacock, the Wilmot Choir and other musicians to present meaningful and enjoyable music for the worship services is a pleasure for Margaret!


Steven Peacock

Steven has been the Director for both the Senior Choir and the Frank T. Pridham Memorial Handbell Choir since the fall of 2005.

Steven is well known in the Wilmot congregation, in the music community of Fredericton and throughout the Atlantic region as an accomplished and respected composer and classical guitarist who has toured extensively and released several CDs in the past few years.


"I like the rehearsals and trying to get people to learn as much as they can of a score and be able to perform it as well as they can," Steven says. "I like the challenge of getting the message across and trying to be an effective teacher with that."

Steven currently teaches at both the University of New Brunswick and St. Thomas University and also directs the Fredericton Male Chorus.


Randy Randal

Randy became the Sexton of Wilmot United Church in October, 2004. He lives in Fredericton.

Before his employment began at Wilmot he worked as janitor / caretaker at New Brunswick Community College in Fredericton.

The congregation appreciates Randy and gives thanks for his work at Wilmot.

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