Public Worship in the Church Building: EVERY SUNDAY 10:30 A.M.
Livestream: EVERY SUNDAY 10:30 A.M. ON ZOOM
Watch the Worship Highlights Video: UPLOADED TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL EVERY MONDAY
Every Sunday - 10:30 a.m. - Holy Eucharist
Please note that Sunday Worship has been adapted due to coronavirus:
You are welcome to attend the service in person (following the Coronavirus Guidelines), watch the livestream service online, listen by telephone, or watch the "Worship Highlights" available each Monday on our YouTube channel.
Please pre-register on Eventbrite if you plan to attend in person. You will still be asked at the door whether you have any symptoms of illness.
If you have not pre-registered, you will be required to register at the door when you arrive (more questions than if you pre-registered).
The worship service has been revised to accommodate these COVID-19 restrictions: The Sunday Worship service is one hour long. It includes two readings, a sermon, hymns (sung by cantors only), and Holy Eucharist (sharing the bread but not the common cup). We are not able to have social time or refreshments.
We welcome your assistance in offering this service. Please let us know if you can assist with our Welcome Team, as a reader or intercessor, as a server/acolyte, or overseeing the sound system.
Sunday worship service outline (pre-COVID):
Welcome! Sunday worship gathers our whole community
to give thanks and ask God to equip us to serve our local and extended community.
The worship service includes music, prayers, a sermon that connects sacred texts to concerns in our world today, and celebration of the Holy Eucharist.
The service concludes with an opportunity for the community to share special blessings, including birthdays, anniversaries and other good news.
Children's Program during the service. Refreshments immediately following the service. All are welcome.
Every Wednesday - 10:30 a.m. - Holy Eucharist
This weekday service offers a reflective pause in your day to remember and be grateful for God's presence in your life, and for personal and community prayers.
All are welcome.
"Dinner Church" - A New Way To Connect
St. Anne's is presenting an experiment in Christian worship
that returns the celebration of the Eucharist
to its original setting as part of a meal.
Using an ancient prayer based on the Didache,
we gather for a simple meal, candlelighting,
shared prayers, songs, silence and reflection.
Worship Service At The Community Dinner
St. Anne's holds a worship service of communion and ministry of anointing for healing, towards the conclusion of the dinner,
at approximately 6:30 p.m.
A small worship area is set up off to the side of the dining area and people are invited to move their chairs over into a circle to join us.
This is a service of Holy Communion (from the reserved sacrament) with anointing for healing,
and accompanied by live music on the piano.
The dinner is held on the third Sunday of the month (date may be changed for long weekends).
All are welcome to sit with us - you do not have to be
a member of any church to worship with us.
Worship in Local Residences
St. Anne's holds regularly scheduled worship services in the following residences:
St. Anne's Place, 661 Dufferin Street. Weekly Eucharist takes place in the top floor solarium every Wednesday except the first Wednesday of the month.
Fairview Nursing Home, 14 Cross Street. Monthly Eucharist on the first Tuesday of the month at 3:00 p.m. 45 minutes.
John Gibson House, 227A Crawford Street. Monthly Eucharist on the third Tuesday of month at 3:00 p.m. This service is a shared ministry with St. Matthias Anglican Church, 45 Bellwoods Avenue. 45 minutes.
Interfaith Worship Services
St. Anne's holds occasional shared interfaith times of worship and learning with our friends:
A synagogue of the Reform tradition.
Islamic Information & Dawah Centre
A mosque of the Sunni tradition.
Worship During Outdoor Excursions
St. Anne's holds occasional hikes, usually a spring trillium hike and a fall colours hike. These hikes include a brief worship service in the woods.
We share what we call a Forest Eucharist (weather permitting)
or a prayer circle in which we give thanks for blessings and pray for those in need.
Participants we welcome to choose whether to participate in the worship time.