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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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

Weekly Bible Study - St. John's Anglican Church, Stewarttown

Each Tuesday evening (7:30-8:30) starting September 18, 2018
Come study the Gospel of Luke (Chapters 18 - 24)

The Gospel of Luke thoroughly examines the life of Jesus. It records a variety of stories about Jesus’ miracles, teaching and parables. Approximately one third of Luke’s information can only be found in Luke. The book gives us a complete picture of Jesus!
Come join our group as we learn about the life God intended us to live!

Annual Ham Dinner

Come, join us for our annual Ham & Scalloped Potatoes Dinner
Wednesday, September 26, 2018 at 6:00pm

Weekly Candlelit Church- Missing Church on Sunday Mornings?

St. Albans in Glen Williams is holding a quiet, contemplative service on Sunday evenings. The services will be held at 7:30 pm and all are welcome to attend.

Diocesan News

News from around the Diocese of Niagara

General Synod News

News from The General Synod of the Anglican Church of Canada

The Niagara Anglican - Sept 2018

Be sure to read this month's Niagara Anglican.

The Anglican Journal - September 2018

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


Inuit Outreach
The Inuit Outreach Project has been collecting and sending clothing, household and essential items to
the north since 2010. It is a vibrant and growing organization whose foundational support comes from three small Anglican
churches with big hearts in the Halton Hills region – St Paul’s, Norval; St John’s, Stewarttown & St.
Stephen’s, Hornby.
The request for assistance has been answered in the form of nearly 15 tons over the shipments done twice a year.
The dozens and dozens of volunteers & contributors from Halton Hills and neighbouring communities who have generously given their time, money, and other donations are growing in number and determination! They are making a difference as they give to the Inuit in Canada’s north, and learn about Inuit culture and ways of knowing and being.
Volunteer by contacting Connie Karlsson or at (905)-877-2436. Like us on FacebookClick here to visit the Inuit Outreach Project on Facebook

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.

Response of the Churches to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada

Response of the Churches to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada

"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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