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. 

UPDATE: Plans for a return to in-person worship


We have been working hard to meet all the protocols for safe worship inside our building. However, we have decided that our building would not open for worship on September 27 as we had previously announced. We are planning to re-open on November 22.  Zoom worship will continue throughout.


We still ask you to please take the time to read our guide which details the information you will need: 

  • to decide if in-person worship is right for you 

  • to plan, before you come to Church in person 

  • if you choose continued access to Remote Worship 

  • if you choose to attend In-Person Worship. 


Click here to read and download the guide.


We also encourage you to watch this video to learn more about our preparations and to see what worship will be like when do we return. 

For updates on COVID-19 from the Diocese of Toronto, go to www.toronto.anglican.ca

Join us on Sundays at 9:30 am

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Sunday, October 25  
Twenty-first Sunday after Pentecost 

You are invited to join us via Zoom. Worship will be live and we will follow up with a coffee hour. You can join us online or by telephone.

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Click here for the Order of Service.


If you wish to add your name or another's name for our prayers for those who are ill, in distress, or have died, please email deaconevelyn@sjwt.ca

Needs and celebrations:

Email deaconevelyn@sjwt.ca with your celebrations and requests for prayer to share at the end of the Sunday service.

NEW - Prayer resources:

Here are some resources that may help your daily prayer. If you have other prayer resources please send them, along with a brief description, to Deacon Evelyn at deaconevelyn@sjwt.ca

Kidz Korner is currently on pause.
Upcoming events
All sessions are on Thursdays
at 6:30 pm via Zoom


You are invited to bring your own meal and we will eat together.

Building an understanding of our colonial past and present 

Thursday, November 12, 19 and 26

Doctrine of Discovery:
Stolen Lands, Strong Hearts

produced by
The Anglican Church of Canada


For more information,

contact The Rev. Claudette Taylor at initiative201@gmail.com

Join Bishop Jenny
in a discussion on prayer, 
Wednesday October 28 and November 4 from 7:30-9:00pm

The discussions will take place via Zoom and will include break-out rooms and larger group interactions. 

The event is open to anyone of York-Credit Valley Area, and especially to those who are seeking or curious or prayer fatigued. 
No experience necessary.

Register here.

Food and Donation Drop Off


We are still collecting food, gift cards and accepting offerings on Saturday mornings from 9:00 am to at the church.

We respectfully ask that you wear a mask when you drop of your donation. 

If you know of anyone who needs food, please contact Deacon Evelyn.

Donate today to the PWRDF for humanitarian relief in Lebanon. 


To donate, click here.

Land Acknowledgment

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.

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