St. Anne's Anglican Church, Toronto

Worship with Us!

Harvest Thanksgiving Sunday

Sunday, October 9 - 10:30 a.m.


Join us online and in-person at the church

Worship Schedule

We will only livestream Thursday Morning Prayer and Sunday 10:30 a.m. service.
No registration required.


9:45 a.m. BCP Morning Prayer (Ministry Centre)

10:30 a.m. BAS Eucharist (Church)


9:30 a.m. BCP Morning Prayer (Church)


9:30 a.m. BCP Morning Prayer


9:30 a.m. BCP Morning Prayer

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

5:30 p.m. BAS Eucharist


9:30 a.m. BCP Morning Prayer

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.

Faith & Books Discussion Group:
Tuesday, September 27, 7:00 p.m.

We’re excited to announce a new discussion and social group at St. Anne’s entitled Faith & Books Discussion Group. Featuring fiction and non-fiction books, the group will read works by a wide-range of authors that either explicitly or implicitly engage with the themes of faith and theology. These informal gatherings will be a time for participants to socialize and share in conversation about books and what insights they offer into the life of faith.

Facilitated by Fr. Don, our first discussion will feature the work of parishioner and award-winning author Carole Giangrande. Published in 2019, Carole’s book The Tender Birds, is an engaging read that delves into the lives of two people who wrestle with the secrets of their past while longing for forgiveness and peace. We are delighted to welcome Carole with us and to have an enjoyable conversation whereby we contemplate how her book sheds light on faith and spiritual life.

The Tender Birds may be purchased from your local independent bookshop, the publisher’s website, Indigo, We hope you will join us.

Upcoming titles in the series include Annie Dillard’s Holy the Firm, the short stories of Flannery O’Connor, and Albert Camus’ well-known work, The Stranger. You won’t want to miss these discussions, even if you don’t get a chance to read the books. For more information, email Fr. Don at

Community Dinner:
Sunday, October 16th, 5 p.m. to 6 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.


This month's meal includes:

Introduction to Liturgy and Sacraments:
Wednesday, October 26, November 2 & 9
7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Anglicans, like many other Christians, talk a lot about liturgy and sacraments. Unfortunately, many of us have never heard of these words and hardly know what they mean. Even if we have heard them before, they still seem to be a mystery to us.

Join Fr. Don for a four-part series on liturgy and sacraments starting late October and in early November. Engaging and interactive, each session will explore the meaning, history, and contemporary theology of the Church on liturgy and sacraments. Whether you are new to Anglicanism or a long-time member, you are welcome to join us. For more information, email Fr. Don at Registration details will be announced soon.