Worship

Sunday morning worship at 10:30 a.m.


What to expect:
  • Worship at St. Anne's is the traditional Anglican liturgy of the Holy Eucharist in modern English.
  • The greeter will welcome you as you come in, and give you a program.
  • You are welcome to find a seat where you feel comfortable.
  • The service includes scripture readings - readings come from the lectionary, a schedule of readings designed to explore the whole bible over a 3-year period. The lectionary is shared across many Christian traditions.
  • The service includes communion, and you are invited to come forward to receive the bread and wine, or to receive a blessing.
  • Following the service, we invite you to stay for refreshments. Refreshments are usually served in the Skey Room, located in the St. Anne's Parish Hall, which is adjacent to the church from the parking lot.
  • Note that the church is now fully wheelchair accessible. We have a wheelchair accessible washroom on the main floor, as well as washrooms on the lower level.
What to expect for Children:
  • We hold a weekly children's program during the school year.  On Sundays, children begin in church, and following the children's story at the beginning of the service, children are welcome to participate in the Sunday School or, if they prefer, to remain in church. Sunday School is divided into two age groups: under age 11, and 11 and up.  The younger group focuses on the story of the day, with easy lessons and crafts.  The older group meets as a Youth Bible Study.  The two groups work together on occasional dramas and pageants. Sunday School participants re-join the congregation as we receive communion.

Other worship times


Morning Prayer - Sundays at 9:00 a.m. (September to June)
An informal 45-minute service that includes one of the readings of the day, conversation and reflection on the passage, prayers for our community and neighbourhood.

Weekday worship services
We offer regular services of the Holy Eucharist at St. Anne's Place, Fairview Nursing Home, and John Gibson House.  Please contact us for further information if you would like to assist or participate. 

Christian Feast Days
Please see the welcome page and the events calendar for worship services on special occasions.

Community Dinner
At the conclusion of the monthly Community Dinner we offer a brief and informal service of holy communion with readings, prayers, and the ministry of anointing for healing.  

Worship Field Trips
We make occasional field trips to other churches and temples and participate in their services.  On community hikes, we include a brief worship service in the woods.