St. Anne's Anglican Church, Toronto

Join Us for Sunday Worship!

10:30 Eucharist

Visit our YouTube page for the livestream of Sunday's worship. 

Download the worship leaflet by visiting this link.

Regular Worship Schedule


10:00 a.m. Morning Prayer (Book of Common Prayer

10:30 a.m. Eucharist (Live-streamed on YouTube)


2:00 p.m. Eucharist (St. Anne's Place)


9:30 a.m. Morning Prayer (Book of Common Prayer) (Live-streamed on our YouTube page)

10:00 - 3:00 Church Open for Private Prayer and Reflection

Featured Events

You Are Invited to the Ordinations of Ollie Lim and Rev. Hannah Johnston

We are delighted to share with you the news of the upcoming ordinations of parishioner, Ollie Lim, to the diaconate and our assistant curate, Rev. Hannah Johnston, to the priesthood. Both would be delighted to have you come and share in their ordination liturgies. 

We will celebrate Ollie's ordination at St. James Cathedral on Sunday, May 5, at 4:30 PM. Bishop Andrew Asbil, the Bishop of Toronto, will ordain Ollie a deacon in the Church. Ollie would be deeply honoured if you could be there to support him.

Then, on May 26, at 4:00 PM, we will celebrate the ordination of our assistant curate, Rev. Hannah, as a priest in the Church. We will welcome Bishop Kevin Robertson, Suffragan Bishop of Toronto, and friends and family to St. Anne's for Rev. Hannah's ordination. Rev. Hannah would be more than delighted to have all of you join her in celebrating her ordination.

New! Join Our Social Justice Committee

Aligned with two of the Anglican church's five marks of mission, the SJC committee will seek to “respond to human need by loving service” and “transform unjust structures of society, challenge violence of every kind and pursue peace and reconciliation.”

Christian ministry requires us to continually build on skills to understand our social locations and histories of our identities, informed by the social and political history of the groups we belong to and the histories of power, privilege, and oppression these groups hold. The SJC will encourage our congregation to examine the differences and otherness inherent in our Church and society.

Your feedback is invaluable as we strive to make meaningful contributions to social justice within our community. Please complete this survey to help us better understand your interests and needs.

End-of-Life Planning Lunch Workshop: April 28 at Noon

Family members and loved ones are often overwhelmed when a loved one dies. Few people have prepared the end-of-life plans. Here is an opportunity for you to learn more about what you can do today to prepare for your funeral and estate. Led by Cardinal Funeral Homes Funeral Director, Cindy Ciampa, estate advisor Rachel MacDonald, and Fr. Don Beyers, our parish priest, the workshop will consider all aspects of funeral planning, from the funeral rites to estate planning. 

All are welcome to this free lunch discussion which will take place in the ministry centre of the church. Simply register for the lunch by Wednesday, April 3, so we can ensure there is enough food for all. We look forward to welcoming you to this very important discussion.

Women's Voices in Theology: May 16 at 6:00 PM

Our engaging and thought-provoking series “Women’s Voices in Theology” continues with our fourth book by the highly regarded theologian Sarah Coakley.

Drawing from Bible and writings from the Early Church, Coakley focuses on the contentious issues in the Church today, such as the role of women in the Church, sexuality, and ordained ministry. Rather than align herself with one theological camp or another, Coakley seeks to bridge the divide between conservative and liberal voices.  

Whether you read the book or not, we invite you to join us  on May 16 at 6:00 PM for a dinner conversation about this book. You can purchase the book today either at your local bookseller or from For more information and to register, visit this link.

Join Us for Morning Prayer Each Thursday at 9:30 AM!

Pray with us each Thursday at 9:30 in the church. You can join us in-person or online on our YouTube page.

News & Resources

Sunday Scripture Readings Online & In-Print

As we continue to work towards more ecologically sustainable practices in our parish, we will share the Sunday readings through a variety of formats. While they will not be included in the worship leaflet, we will have a handful of copies of the readings in the back of the church for you to collect if you wish to follow-along during service or to take home for personal prayer and reflection. You can also read the scripture lessons online by visiting the Anglican Church of Canada's online lectionary. Learn more about each week's readings by visiting Working Preacher, an online commentary provided by Luther Seminary in St. Paul, Minnesota.

Pray Morning and Evening Prayer

One of the wonderful gifts of the Anglican Reformation was the introduction of morning and evening prayer for all Christians. Known as the Daily Office, the prayer is a simple time of praying the psalms and contemplating on a scripture reading or two. You can pray the Daily Office online or with your mobile device with apps such as Common Prayer Canada, which is the Book of Common Prayer for the Canadian Church, or the Daily Prayer app from the Church of England, which includes a contemporary version as well as the classic 1662 Book of Common Prayer. Join us Thursdays at 9:30 in the church or on YouTube as we pray morning prayer.

Ongoing Events

Sunday Choral Eucharist: 10:30 a.m.

You are invited to worship with us each Sunday at 10:30 a.m. Our liturgy is enriched by the talented members of our choir who sing each Sunday. All are welcome!

Thursday Day of Prayer

Take a break from your busy day and visit St. Anne's. We open our church each Thursday at 9:30 for morning and then from 10:00 - 3:00 so that you can come pray, read, reflect, or even tour the artwork. All are welcome!

Community Dinner: 

April 21

We host a free community dinner on the third Sunday of every month. Doors open at 4:00 and the meal is served at 5:00. All are welcome to share in the meal and to help out. Our next dinner will be April 21.