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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.

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Father's Day Prayer

God, our Father Bless all men, that they may find strength as fathers. Let the example of their faith and love shine forth. Grant that we, their sons and daughters, may honour them always with a spirit of profound respect.

For our fathers, who have given us life and love, that we may show them respect and love, we pray to the Lord.
Lord, hear our prayer.  
For fathers who have lost a child through death, that their faith may give them hope, and their family and friends support and console them, we pray to the Lord.
Lord, hear our prayer.    
For fathers who have died, that God may bring them into the joy of his kingdom, we pray to the Lord.
Lord, hear our prayer.

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The Prayer of Our Diocesan Mission Action Plan

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Introduction to Missional Church

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PWRDF Supporting COVID -19 Responses


The Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund (PWRDF) has launched a new Vaccine Equity Fund to contribute to the worldwide vaccination effort related to COVID-19. The Fund was developed in partnership with the Primate, Archbishop Linda Nicholls, who recently wrote about its importance after receiving her own vaccination. When we receive our own vaccines, we're being invited to “pay it forward” and make a donation to the Vaccine Equity Fund. Read more about PWRDF's Vaccine Equity Fund and donate here.

PWRDF is also now accepting donations to support India as it struggles to respond to a devastating COVID-19 outbreak. While Canada continues to face its own challenges and grief over COVID-19, the images and stories of mass deaths, black-market oxygen tanks, and parking lot crematoria are especially heartbreaking. Development partners in the region are working night and day to provide emergency services and relief, including the Church’s Auxiliary for Social Action (CASA). Read more and donate here.

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Bible Study
Abiding in Christ
John 13 -17
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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.


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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.