St. Anne's Anglican Church, Toronto

Bringing the Community together for Good

WORSHIP: Watch the Worship Video


WORSHIP: Join us on Zoom


Meeting ID: 980 3142 4495

*You can also join us by telephone at these numbers:
+1 647 374 4685 Canada
+1 647 558 0588 Canada


  • The Worship Video will be released on Saturday for your advance watching. This video will include hymns, readings, sermon, prayers and announcements. You will receive an email notifying you that the video is ready for viewing. We hope to have the video available every Saturday at noon.

  • The Worship service will continue on Sunday morning at 10:30 a.m. on Zoom. Our time together (one hour) will include: social time, a reading, discussion of the reading or the sermon, intercessory prayers and a hymn.

SING ALONG WITH "The Lord's My Shepherd"


St. Anne's is a lively progressive Anglican congregation in the west end of downtown Toronto. Our church building is a national historic site, a Byzantine revival church inspired by the architecture of the Hagia Sophia, and the home of the only known religious paintings by Canada's iconic Group of Seven.

We are an inclusive and fully accessible neighbourhood-minded community. All people are welcome to
worship God with us.

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 care about justice. We are committed to serving and caring for those in need.

Our ministry team is here for you
and always ready to encourage you.

We invite you to be part of
what we are doing at St. Anne's:

Bringing the Community together for Good.


DONATE NOW Support St. Anne's through Canada Helps. See the Donate page for more giving options.

During the COVID-19 SAFETY DISCIPLINE, the needs of the community served by St. Anne's are greater. Since we are not able to collect regular offerings at worship services -- Your gift makes a big difference.

Thank you!

Vestry Meeting
Sunday, February 28 - 12:00 P.M.

  • Vestry reports must be submitted to Mary Lou Harrison by Sunday, February 14 via

  • Vestry booklet will be available online on Sunday, February 21.

  • The list of people eligible to vote at Vestry will be published on Sunday, February 14 and sent out via email. Please check the list and contact Mary Lou ASAP if there are errors or omissions ( or if you have questions about voting eligibility.

  • If you are interested in serving in a leadership role in 2021, please contact Angela Forbes or Merlin Homer, members of the Nominating Committee, via

Please read the Diocesan anti-racism vestry motion prior to Vestry and consider how we can take concrete steps to address racism in Toronto.

A Holy Lenten Journey

Join Louise Simos and Tim+ for six Wednesdays from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. on Zoom:

Wednesday, February 24
Wednesday, March 3
Wednesday, March 10
Wednesday, March 17
Wednesday, March 24
Wednesday, March 31

Each evening will focus thematically on one of the upcoming Sunday readings as we seek to deepen our faith through creative exploration. Together we will respond to the text through colour and words, music and images, imagination, and poetry. We will end each evening by lighting a candle and sharing a quiet prayer service of compline.

Some of our time together will be spent creating as a form of healing prayer and Lenten preparation. When we create something, we are present and focused -- the time we spend can renew our spirit, help heal our soul and bring us closer to God. There is no expectation of any artistic talent or skill – if you can hold a pen, you can participate fully! A package of materials will be mailed to participants who register in advance.

To register, or if you have any questions, please email If you are a Zoom novice or can only join by phone, we can make it comfortable for you – just let us know.

Community Dinner:

Sunday, March 21 - 5:15 P.M.

**COVID-19 SAFETY PROTOCOL. DINNER IS TAKEOUT ONLY** Please note that we will not have a sit down meal. We are providing takeout containers with a simplified menu. Extra safety protocols are in place for volunteers.


Due to COVID restrictions, please line up with social distancing spacing on the walkway between the Parish Hall (651 Dufferin) and the LOFT apartment buildings.

  • Form a line to the east into the parking lot. Food selections will be indicated on poster on the side door, place your order with the person attending the side door and the food will be brought up to you in a bag to take away or eat outside. Please be patient.

We apologize in advance for delays in orders as the size of our volunteer group is limited by coronavirus protocol.