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To Behold and Uphold Jesus Christ

in All Things

Welcome to St. John's Anglican Church

St. John's is a part of the Diocese of Niagara in the Anglican Church of Canada.
St. John's Anglican Church is a small, welcoming country church that has served the people of Stewarttown and area since the mid-1800's. Our location is highly visible at the corner of Trafalgar Road and 15th Side Road.
Saint John’s is a compassionate and inclusive community that welcomes all people and honours their stories. We are a congregation that worships and learns together, encouraging each other to grow in love and faith, so that we may each become the greatest person we would hope to be.

Latest News

We are happy to announce we are OPEN for in-person worship! Join us on July 14, for the Eighth Sunday after Pentecost, Holy Eucharist Service at 11.00 a.m. 

With improving public health news, Bishop Susan Bell has decided that masking is now optional in all church buildings. People of course, are still free to wear masks according to their comfort level and personal health situation, and we thank everyone in advance for respecting each other's decisions in this time of transition.  

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Celebrating the First Sunday in Epiphany (January 7, 2024)
The people of St. John’s were thrilled to welcome back Janet Swim (nee Walker) on the first Sunday after Epiphany. Janet grew up in Stewarttown and at St. John’s. Janet presented Reverend Sarka and Barb Mansfield (People’s Warden) with an oil on canvas painting that she herself had painted, entitled ‘He is Risen’ in loving memory of her mother- Florence (Nightingale) Walker and given with love and gratitude to St. John’s Anglican Church.

St. John's Anglican Church

The Season of Pentecost

Calendar of Events/Services


July 7, 2024

Seventh Sunday after Pentecost        Holy Eucharist                      11:00 am   

July 14, 2024

Eighth Sunday after Pentecost            Holy Eucharist                      11:00 am

July 21, 2024

Ninth Sunday after Pentecost            Holy Eucharist                      11:00 am

July 28, 2024

Tenth Sunday after Pentecost           BCP Morning Prayer           11:00 am

August 4, 2024                                                 * CIVIC HOLIDAY *

Eleventh Sunday after Pentecost             No Service                   

August 11, 2024

Twelfth Sunday after Pentecost          Holy Eucharist                     11:00 am

August 18, 2024

Thirteenth Sunday after Pentecost    Holy Eucharist                    11:00 am    


August 25, 2024

Fourteenth Sunday after Pentecost    BAS Morning Prayer        11:00 am

Bible Study- Isaiah- Trusting God in Troubled Times

A 22-week series using study guide by Howard Peskett

*Tuesday Bible Studies ended for the summer and will resume in September!



Studies are held Tuesday evenings, 7-8 pm. Please feel free to join the group when we resume in September.

For further information, please contact Barb @ (905) 873-6280 or email

In September, 2024
7:00 - 8:00 pm
Bible Study
The Book of Prophet Isaiah

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St. John's Anniversary Prayer

Beloved God, holy and gracious companion throughout the ages, we are:
rooted in the legacy of those who have gone before us,
strengthened by our partnership with all Christ’s disciples who are around us,
growing into the fullness of your Spirit’s gifts to and through us,
may our journey with you of joyful worship, vital growth and loving service be marked with courage, generosity and faithfulness now and always. Amen.


All are welcome! We encourage you to attend one of our Sunday service and experience the uplifting joy of Christ in your midst.


Find out about upcoming special services, events at St. John's and in the Diocese of Niagara

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Caring for and serving our community volunteers from the Halton Hills Anglican Church and community. 


St. John's congregation members are actively involved in the local community life. Here you will find all actual information about this beautiful God's place and about all cultural activities in the midst of Stewarttown and Georgetown communities.

St. John’s has been a focal point in the hamlet of Stewarttown since 1840. We are thrilled to announce that the church has been designated by the Town of Halton Hills as being of historic value

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