Welcome to the Anglican Church
of St John’s West Toronto
St. John's Anglican Church is an energetic community of faith in West Toronto where you will find a variety of worship experiences and opportunities for learning and socializing.
Based on our baptismal vow that "we respect the dignity of every human being", we affirm diversity and embrace inclusiveness.
We have something to offer you and we know we can learn something from you. You're welcome here – let's journey together!
St. John's performs same sex marriages.
Join us in worship
8:30 am Said Eucharist
9:45 am Children's Program
10:30 am Sung Eucharist
After School Open Mic
Wednesday, February 19
Doors open: 3:00 pm
Show: 3:30 pm
Wednesday, February 19
Preacher: Br. Regional Crenshaw,
Order of the Holy Cross
Spring Food Drive
Saturday, April 4
at 9:00 am - noon
Help to distribute flyers in our neighbourhood to solicit food donations for the food cupboard
at Four Villages CHC and the Deacon's Cupboard
at St. John's.
To participate, contact
Messy Church meets Pancake Tuesday
Tuesday, February 25, 2020
Fun for all ages to help us get ready for Lent. We will have regular, chocolate chip, vegan and gluten free pancakes with maple syrup, as well as sausages. Yum!
Wednesday, February 26
Start your Lenten journey with the imposition of ashes.
Lenten Book Study
Tuesdays, March 10, 17, 24 & 31
For information and to order the book, The Cost of Discipleship, by Dietrich Bonhoeffer, click to contact M. Div intern, Jess
Lenten Quiet Day
Saturday, March 14
Leaders: Wendy Passmore, spiritual director and founder of the
Centre for Spiritual Growth and Carrie Cardwell, art therapist and
member at St. John's.
Monthly meditation by candlelight
at the Centre for Spiritual Growth Mississauga
St. John’s Dixie Anglican Church
719 Dundas Street East
First Tuesday of every month, 7:00-8:00 pm
We celebrate our relationship with the first peoples of this land and with gratitude we acknowledge the territories on which this Church building and community, lives and moves and has its being. We give thanks for the peoples of the Wendat, the Anishinabeg, the Mississauga of the Credit, and the Haudenosaunee communities, and we recognize the enduring presence of Indigenous peoples on this land.