St. John's Anglican
Church in Ancaster.
Click HERE to view recent Virtual Services from St. John's.
Click HERE to view recent Order of Service Bulletins.
To Register or obtain information on other ways to support St. John's 2021 Golf Tournament, scheduled for Monday, September 20, 2021 at 1:00 pm
In accordance with the directions of our Bishop
and the Provincial Stay At Home Order
All In-Person Worship Services remain suspended until further notice
Please go to our Youtube and Facebook pages
to view our ongoing virtual services
Register now for our
Book Study with the Rector!
Join us for four Wednesday evenings beginning June 2 when we'll explore Archbishop Williams' excellent little book called Being Christian ~ Baptism, Bible, Eucharist & Prayer. We'll meet virtually through zoom starting at 7 pm each evening and finish with Compline (night prayers) by 9 p.m. Cost for the book is $10. Please R.S.V.P. to Canon Joseph Asselin at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 905-648-2353 and you'll receive the zoom link and details on how to pick up the book. For more information on the book itself including some reviews visit:
Vaccinations Are Happening!!!!
Be sure to Register
as Soon as you are able.
The Reverend Olive Shepherd
With much gratitude to the Doctors, Nurses and wonderful staff at the St. Joseph's West Fifth Vaccination Clinic, The Reverend Olive Shepherd, and her sister Kathleen, from St. John's, Ancaster, received their first doses of the Moderna vaccination against COVID19 this week, as part of the 'over age 85' group. The ladies both stated, that it was a painless procedure, and advise everyone to make sure they register for their own vaccinations as soon as they are able to. They also want to remind everyone to keep wearing masks, washing their hands and maintaining social distancing for the well being of others.
Front Line ~ Patti Beamsley from St. John's in Ancaster came out of retirement as a nurse to help in the vaccination effort against Covid-19. She reports that; "It is one of the most satisfying experiences I've had in a long time." Thank you Patti for helping in this important effort on behalf of the safety of our community. Please get vaccinated when it's your turn and continue to practice our public health measures of social distancing, mask wearing and hand washing. And oh yes, please pray for all frontline workers; that they have the strength and Grace they need to serve.