St. John's Anglican Church, Stewarttown, Ontario St. John's is located at:

10996 Trafalgar Road, 
Georgetown, Ontario L7G 4S5
(South-west corner of Trafalgar 
Road and 15th Sideroad)
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Church Service:   9:30 am Sunday	

The Reverend Wendy Phipps
Phone: (905)-659-1010

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Annual Roast Beef Dinner

Come, join us for our annual Roast Beef DinneEr on Wednesday, May 29, 2019 at 6:00 pm.

Annual Yard & Bake Sale- Saturday, June 1st, 2019

The annual Yard and Bake Sale is scheduled for Saturday, June 1st, from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. (rain or shine). We will also be having a Perennial Plant Table and a Bake Table. Hot dogs and coffee will also be for sale on this day.

St. John's, Stewarttown Celebrates 185 Years of Ministry to the Community

185th Anniversary On Sunday, June 23, 2019 St. John’s will be celebrating its impressive history with a special worship service at 10:30 a.m. led by The Right Reverend Susan Bell, Bishop of Niagara. Following the service, people are invited to stay for refreshments as they browse memory boards and share stories of their time in the Stewarttown community. We look forward to celebrating this occasion with parishioners and invited guests. A special invitation goes out to those who share a history with St. John’s as former members or clergy.

The Niagara Anglican - June 2019

Be sure to read this month's Niagara Anglican - featuring St. John's Anglican Church, Stewarttown 185th Anniversary

Robert Gracey

Robert Gracey It is with great sadness we announce the passing of Robert (Bob) Gracey, a long time member of St. John's.

On Saturday, March 23, 2019, Robert (Bob) Gracey, loving husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather, passed away at age 89. Bob was born on October 29, 1929, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to Robert and Hilda Gracey of Northern Ireland. He married Alywn Jones and they were very proud to have two sons, Mike and Terry. Bob had a life long passion for music; playing the trumpet, the piano and the accordion. He entertained at dances, weddings, scouting events, school events and at the church. In more recent years he played for seniors at the hospital. He was an entertainer at heart, whether music or storytelling he was his happiest interacting with people. Bob was a master cabinet maker, learning these skills from his father in Northern Ireland. He loved to design and build and enjoyed special requests that required he use all of his skills to design and create. Bob’s Irish charm was evident in his quick wit, infectious smile, and hearty laugh. He will be remembered for his kind and compassionate spirit. Bob was predeceased by his wife Alwyn, his parents and his brother Raymond and sister Valerie. He is survived by his son Mike (Joyce) and his son Terry (Miriam). He was blessed with grandchildren Christina, Joshua, Emily (Blaise), Elliott (Kathryn), Erin and Evan. He also has two great-grandchildren, Abilene and Sophie. Public visitation is from 6 – 9 pm on Tuesday, March 26, 2019 at McKersie-Kocher Funeral Home, 114 Main Street E., 905-878-4452, Milton, ON L9T 1N5. As per Bob’s wishes, there will be a private family funeral on Wednesday. The family will host a celebration of life at a later date. As expressions of sympathy, memorial donations in memory of Bob to the Milton District Auxiliary would be appreciated by the family.

"One Thing" with Bishop Susan BellOne Thing

"I am writing to you with an invitation: try out at least ‘one thing’ that will help you grow as a disciple of Christ between now and our synod in November."
This an excerpt from a letter written by our Diocesan Bishop - The Rigth Reverend Susan Bell to all the parishes in the Anglican Diocese of Niagara. Read the full letter here

And you can get full details on the "One Thing" initiative here.

Canon Susan Bell elected to be 12th Bishop of Niagara

Susan Bell
	The Reverend Canon Susan Bell has been elected by our synod and confirmed by the 
	provincial House of Bishops as the 12th Bishop of Niagara.‬ A mission-centred priest and former 
	school chaplain, Canon Bell will be the first woman to serve as our diocesan bishop.
	Read more about the election here

Diocesan News

News from around the Diocese of Niagara

General Synod News

News from The General Synod of the Anglican Church of Canada

The Anglican Journal - May 2019

Since 1875, Anglican Journal has been connecting Anglicans across Canada and around the world.

2018 Order of Niagara Recipients Honoured

Order of Niagara
	Through the Order of Niagara, the Anglican Diocese of Niagara seeks to honour lay people 
	and their important contributions to our common ministry.  "Our lay people are the heartbeat 
	of our church and it's just great to honour their ministry in this way," said Bishop Susan Bell
	about her first Order of Niagara induction service held on September 30, at Christ's Church Cathedral 
	in Hamilton. George Gastle and Will Ross (Left to right in photo) were two of the 2018 recipients of the Order of Niagara,  
	recognizing their contribution to their respective parishes of St. Paul's, Norval and St. John's, Stewarttown.

PWRDF Update

PWRDF (Primates World Relief and Development Fund) marks 60th anniversary with logo update and website refresh

Giving With Grace

Five years ago the Anglican Diocese of Niagara launched "Hands Across Niagara", a shared annual appeal with the Anglican Church of Canada. Since its inception many creative justice and servant ministry initiatives have been supported at all levels of our church through the incredible generosity of Anglicans in Niagara.
Going forward, we have made the decision to channel the resources of "Hands Across Niagara" towards the national church’s annual appeal called "Giving with Grace", formerly known as the Anglican Appeal. We do so for an important reason: the "Anglican Healing Fund" is coming to the end of the resources generously provided for its work. In response "Giving with Grace" seeks to replenish its funds to help us continue to foster community-based healing projects.
The Bishop and Primate invite you to redirect your Hands Across Niagara contribution to this important Giving with Grace annual appeal.
Learn more about "Giving with Grace" here.


PWRDF is the Canadian Anglican response for emergency relief, refugees, development, and justice. And it's making a difference in the world.

"Pray for the peace of Jerusalem"

This song is a prayer for peace in Jerusalem. Scripture says "Pray for the peace of Jerusalem, they shall prosper who love thee" (Ps 122:6). We say amen and "Even so, come quickly LORD" (Rev 22:20).

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