Bringing the Community together for Good


Worship Times

10:30 a.m. - Holy Eucharist - Every Sunday
Weekly worship gathers our whole community, in all its diversity of backgrounds, interests and concerns, to give thanks to God and to ask God to equip us to serve our community and our world. The worship service includes music, prayers, a sermon that connects sacred texts to concerns in our world today, the bread and wine of the eucharist, and time to be together and support each other in the journey of life. 75 minutes. 

9:00 a.m. - Prayer & Scripture Study - Every Sunday
Located in the St. Anne's Ministry Centre at 276 Gladstone Ave. You are welcome to join us for a stimulating early Sunday conversation about the day's scripture passages. Everyone is welcome! 

11:00 a.m. - Holy Eucharist - First Wednesday of the Month 
The monthly weekday eucharist offers a reflective pause in your day to remember and be grateful for God's presence in your life, and for personal and community prayers. Located in the Church. 45 minutes

Pastoral Outreach:
We hold weekday worship services in several care facilities and residences. Also plan to be with us for the monthly Community Dinner, which concludes with a brief worship service. 

Support St. Anne's

We are grateful for your financial support, and we welcome your online giving for: 
    Support our mission of Bringing the Community together for Good. Support for our ministry includes worship, pastoral care, community dinner, children's programs, Christianity 101, a wonderful music program, and much more!

    Support our current restoration project which will restore the foundation and the south wall of the church.

欢迎 * WELCOME * أهلا بك

  • We invite you to worship with our inclusive and fully accessible neighbourhood-minded community. Be part of what we are doing at St. Anne's: Bringing the Community together for Good. We believe God wants a church that cares unselfishly for the good of all. That's the church we strive to be -
     in Sunday morning worship and through a full calendar of opportunities to learn, experience the arts, and engage the world of nature. We are committed to serving and caring for those in need in our community. This great building is where we meet to engage our neighbourhood and bring our community together. Our ministry team is here for you and always ready to encourage you as you discover the ways God is calling you. 
  • The Rev. Canon Gary van der Meer, Pastor & Incumbent I'm really interested in the role our church can play in the health of the whole community. I want to support the interlocking contributions of so many neighbourhood organizations, each of us doing our part in partnership and face-to-face friendship. Meet me at one of our great local coffee spots, and let's talk!A bit about me: I always have books on the go, and I'd love to hear what you're reading. I enjoy reading theology, and I also keep up with some young adult fiction (that's the section of the bookstore where you will find me browsing). I enjoy athletics: running, rockclimbing, yoga, canoeing and kayaking. I'm a cyclist - everyday and ...
    Posted 12 Feb 2018, 12:27 by Gary van der Meer
  • Shauna Cairns Gundy, Pastoral Assistant At St. Anne's, my focus is on pastoral care and visiting. I am committed to affirming the ministry of seniors, and to involving them in our community. In our midweek worship services, we encourage everyone to take part in readings, discussion and prayers.  We also include worship at the conclusion of the monthly Community Dinner.  I invite you to pull up a chair as we pray for each other and share communion.  Raising our children, my husband Michael and I have enjoyed many spontaneous conversations exploring “faith and what it’s all about.” I want to encourage the conversations that help you in your journey of discovery and faith. I love the strong sense of caring community at St ...
    Posted 6 Sep 2018, 15:09 by Gary van der Meer
  • The Rev. Judith Alltree, Honorary Assistant The Rev. Judith Alltree is fond of using the phrase “the ministry of small gestures” to describe her work. “That really sums up, in one sentence, what we do,” says Alltree over the course of an interview at the Mission’s Hamilton headquarters. “We listen. I go onboard now with little bags of chocolates for the crew. It’s a little gesture, a small gesture, but it just says to the crew, ‘We’re happy to see you, we’re glad you’re safe. What do you need, how can we help you?’ ”These small gestures—a bag of chocolates, a kind word, the lending of an ear—can go a long way in accumulating the trust of a ship ...
    Posted 29 Jun 2017, 11:50 by Gary van der Meer
  • Mervin Fick, Director of Music Mervin is the founding director of the Toronto Beach Chorale, the Artistic Director of the MCS Chorus of Mississauga, and conductor of the PCS Singers of Brampton and the National Award-winning Esprit Chamber Choir. Mervin is a strong proponent of arts education, Mervin presents an innovative and successful interactive arts education program for elementary school students in the Peel School Board. Integrating Canadian visual art, poetry, and music, the program showcases a song cycle inspired by Group of Seven paintings and poetry written by young people. A graduate of the University of Toronto Faculty of Music (MUS BAC), he has diplomas in vocal performance and vocal pedagogy from the Royal Conservatory of Music, as well as a Colleague diploma ...
    Posted 12 Sep 2018, 10:04 by Gary van der Meer
  • Mary Lou Harrison, Parish Administrator As the Parish Administrator, I lead the administration and communications for St. Anne’s. I enjoy the amazing energy and creativity of the people in our St. Anne’s community. I appreciate the deep respect here for the continuity of past, present and future. You will hear my voice if you call the church, and I look forward to greeting you when you visit. Mary Lou is a communications specialist, with extensive experience with local newspapers and volunteer organizations as an editor and writer.  Her academic background is in Canadian history, and German Language and Literature. She is passionate about social justice issues. She is a member of the Diocesan HIV/AIDS Network, and has a special interest in environmental ...
    Posted 12 Apr 2018, 12:41 by Gary van der Meer
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  • Church is Open for Hallowe'en - Thursday, October 31, 4:00 to 6:30 p.m. Every year, our friends at the Cadbury Chocolate Factory (across from St. Anne's) have a Hallowe'en Open House. People line up the whole block waiting to get in ...
    Posted 10 Oct 2019, 09:48 by Gary van der Meer
  • Church Tour - Sunday, November 3, 11:45 a.m. St. Anne's offers a monthly tour at the conclusion of the worship service on the First Sunday of the month. The tour focuses on the Byzantine Revival architecture, Group ...
    Posted 10 Oct 2019, 07:45 by Gary van der Meer
  • First Wednesday Eucharist - Wednesday, October 2, 11:00 a.m. Join us for our monthly midweek worship service every first Wednesday of the month. It's 40 minutes: prayers, scripture, a conversational reflection on the readings, praying the names of ...
    Posted 12 Sep 2019, 09:48 by Gary van der Meer
  • Messy Church - Children's After School Celebration - October 8, 5:00 p.m. ‘Messy Church’ is our way for families to be part of our church community in a relaxed inclusive setting built around fun, creativity, hospitality, and celebration. Each session includes time ...
    Posted 13 Sep 2019, 08:51 by Gary van der Meer
  • Book Evening: Wednesday, October 23, 7:00 p.m. Our next book conversation is about The Magdalene Moment, by Joanna Manning. (October) Drawing on the energy generated by The Da Vinci Code's revelations about Mary Magdalene, Toronto Anglican ...
    Posted 10 Oct 2019, 09:58 by Gary van der Meer
  • Next Community Dinner Dates: Sunday, October 27 - 5:15 p.m.   Please join us for our monthly Community Dinner.  Come to eat, or come and help us prepare and serve the meal. We serve over 100 people the kind of Sunday ...
    Posted 19 Sep 2019, 06:30 by Gary van der Meer
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