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 every Sunday at 8:30 and 10:30 am
The Space Youth Drop-In
Queer Eucharist marking
Trans Day of Remembrance
Wednesday, November 13
Fall yard Clean-up
Saturday, November 16
9:00 am to noon
Sunday, November 17
Report on Synod by John Spragge during worship
Advent Choir practice after 10:30 service
Thursday, November 21
Youth & Young Adults Pizza Meeting
Sunday, November 24
after the 10:30 service
Creating Sacred Space in the Midst of Busyness
Saturday, November 23
9:30 am to 3:00 pm
at the Centre for Spiritual Growth
St. John's Dixie Anglican Church, 719 Dundas Street E, Mississauga
This day will offer us opportunities to explore ways to be grounded in the divine as we dwell in the midst of the world.
To register please call 915-277-0462 or
ADVENT QUIET DAY
Theme: The Coming of God
Leader: Canon David Brinton
Saturday, November 30
9:30 am to 3:00 pm
at St. Martin in the Fields, Glenlake at Keele
Canon Brinton is the Interim Priest-in-Charge of St. Thomas, Huron St. He served as Vicar and Sub-Dean of St. James’ Cathedral for 17 years, and also serves as the General Secretary of the Conference of Anglican Religious Orders in the Americas.
Cost is $10 including lunch.
Registration begins at 9:00 am.
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.