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Welcome to 

St. John's Anglican

Church in Ancaster.

Worship Services at 8 am and 10 am each Sunday.

Each service will have a 75 person maximum capacity.

Please click  HERE to register for worship.

Registration opens each week on Monday and closes when full.

Walk-ins at both services are allowed as space permits, but  pre-registering guarantees you a spot and assists us in collecting contact information in the unlikely event that contact tracing would be required.

Our Church Office Hours
Mon. to Fri. 8 am to 4 pm.
Please call 905-648-2353 for an appointment.

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Bishop Susan Bell ~ Livestreamed
from St. John's, Ancaster
December 5 at 10 am

If you are unable to attend, or if we have reached capacity (75), and it wasn't possible for you to reserve a space, we are delighted to let you know you can still participate by watching the service professionally livestreamed by simply clicking here for the link.  If you would like to download the Order of Service, please click here.
We give thanks for the sponsorship of this professionally livestreamed service by Dodsworth and Brown Funeral Home here in Ancaster. Thank you Jim Panoff and the rest of the staff at Dodsworth and Brown for your support of St. John's and for providing such good service to our community in times of need.
Please note that we will still be holding our Book of Common Prayer Eucharist at 8 am with the Rector as preacher and presider.



It is our holy privilege to invite you and your family, friends, and neighbours to join us in worship over the Advent and Christmas season.

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Registration for our Advent and Christmas worship opens each week on the Monday prior to services and closes when full. While walk-ins are allowed, as space permits, pre-registering guarantees you a spot (75-person capacity).
Please click here to register. If you do not have access to the internet, please call the office at 905-648-2353.

Christmas Program for St. Matthew's House

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It’s that time of year again, when we gear up for the Christmas season and offer our support to St. Matthew’s House with their gift giving program for those in need. Once again this year we are asking for monetary donations to their campaign, rather than actual gifts. Many people are still not comfortable being out in crowds shopping. We hope that you are able to support this event. 

Last year we raised around $3,500 which was absolutely amazing! Our parishioners, friends and supporters have always been avid supporters of St. Matthew’s House, and they, in turn, sincerely appreciate our gifts. Your contributions will allow the staff at St. Matthew's House to purchase gifts and food vouchers as needed this season.
If you are able to contribute, kindly make your donations to St. John’s and clearly mark them for the ST. MATTHEW’S HOUSE CHRISTMAS PROGRAM. Please click here to see the many ways you can donate to this great cause. We ask that you please have all your donations in by December 15th.

Your support is always amazing, and hopefully next year we will be able to resume our practice of the purchasing and giving of actual gifts for the children.
Many thanks, St. John's Outreach Committee.

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"The earth is the Lords, and the fullness thereof." Psalm 24:1 ~ Thank you Sara Garcia for these stunning photos and thank you St. John's garden volunteers for helping nurture beauty in our midst.

Stepping up and
Setting an Example!

Canon Joseph is part of this inspiring local effort by faith leaders to encourage vaccination.

Read more about it here:

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