St. Anne's Anglican Church, Toronto

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Sunday, February 5, 2023

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Worship Schedule


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


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

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

5:30 p.m. Eucharist

Sacred Love: Music for Lent
Sunday, March 26, 3:00 PM

Mark your calendars and join us on March 26 for a concert of music for the season of Lent. Featuring St. Anne's Choir and soloists Jennifer Krabbe and Laura Schatz and conducted by Mervin Fick, the concert will feature works by Bruckner, Pergolesi and Bach. 

Tickets available now for $25. You can get your ticket today by visiting this link. Proceeds from the concert will support the mission and work of St. Anne's. 

Support Our Community Dinners by Contributing to our Game-a-thon Fundraiser

One of our most important ministries is our monthly community dinners whereby we feeds hundreds of people each year with healthy and nutritious food. Many of our community dinner participants depend on the dinner and look forward to each meal as a time to meet with friends and neighbours. 

In addition to volunteer support, we need $13,000 - $15,000 each year to support this ministry and we have a fun way for you to support the dinner. This February, we will host a game-a-thon at our ministry centre and several members of our parish will play games late into the evening on February 24. You can support our gamesters and the community dinner by making a donation on our Canada Helps page by selecting  Community Support and noting your donation is for the game-a-thon. Your financial contribution will help us reach our goal of raising at least $6,000 that evening. Join us in this fun adventure and let's make a real difference in our community.

Church Open Thursdays

All are welcome to visit the church on Thursdays for quiet prayer and reflection from 10:00 - 3:00. Come and spend some time reflecting upon the artwork, read a good book, sit in quiet, or spend a little time in prayer. All are welcome to visit the church on Thursdays.

Morning Prayer: 9:30 a.m. Thursdays

Take a break from your morning and spend a little time in prayer. Each week we will gather in the church for morning prayer from the Book of Common Prayer and pray the Daily Office. Let the words of the Psalms and the scripture meditations ground you in your life. Our service of morning prayer is also live-streamed on Facebook.

Midweek Eucharist: 5:30 p.m. Thursdays

Members of our community gather each Thursday evening for a simple celebration of Holy Communion. We spend a little time listening and to discussing to the scripture readings followed by a sharing in the Eucharist. All are welcome to worship and pray with us.

Black History Month Celebration:
Sunday, February 12, 10:30 AM

On Sunday, February 12, we will celebrate Black History Month with a special liturgy and reception. On that day we will welcome Bishop Peter Fenty as guest preacher and celebrate the extraordinary contribution of Black Canadians to the Church and society, particularly our own parish’s history. 

If you would like to help with the planning of our celebrations, we will have a meeting immediately after church this Sunday, January 8. We appreciate your support of this ministry!

Faith and Book Series:
Sunday, February 19th, 12:00 PM

The next book in our Faith and Books series will feature the short stories of American writer Flannery O’Connor. Raised in Savannah, Georgia, O’Connor was a renowned author and essayist whose short stories won her great acclaim, particularly after her early death in 1964. Often considered to belong to the American Gothic literary style, O’Connor’s short stories explore the themes of race, crime, and religion through unlikely and unexpected characters. Her stories are often dark and brutal, yet they also bring to light the Christian themes of redemption and resurrection. Some suggest that her stories illustrate the essence of the Paschal Mystery, that all of us must suffer and experience death before we can experience life. 

For our next series which will take place shortly after church on February 19 at noon, we will discuss five of her stories which may either be found in her Complete Stories collection or in the smaller collection of short stories entitled Everything that Rises Must Converge. Both are available from Indigo and your favourite independent bookseller. We will read and discuss: “Revelation,” “The Lame Shall Enter First,” “Parker’s Back,” “Enduring Chill,” and “Everything that Rises Must Converge.” 

Bring your own sack lunch and join us on February 19th after church for a lively discussion of O’Connor’s stories. We hope to see you there!

Community Dinner:

Please join us for free Eat-in OR Takeout dinner

Sunday, February 19, Doors open at 4pm;

Food Service: 5 to 6 p.m.

Glass door, North Side, St. Anne's Hall,
651 Dufferin Street


February meal includes:

Roast pork with apple sauce and gravy, peas and carrots, coleslaw, selection of pies and cakes, tea, coffee, water, other side dishes to be announced later.

Annual General Vestry Meeting:
Sunday, February 26th, 12:00 PM

Mark your calendars for our Annual General Vestry meeting on Sunday, February 26, at noon. The purpose of the meeting is to briefly review the events of the year past and the the parish budget. All members of the vestry of St. Anne’s are asked to attend.