Sunday Morning Eucharist

December 21, 2014 10 00 -18000

May God the Father be with us, Lord Jesus Christ direct us, and the Holy Spirit empower us in our new journey!

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St. John’s, the little church that cares!

Please join us at our Joyful Advent Service on Sunday, December 21. Our regular service will be followed by a short healing service at 11:30am.

There will be no Evening Healing Services in winter.  Evening Healing Services will resume in April.

 If you are willing to help with  donations to the parish hall roof repair, please call the office: 905 336 5164 



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Who are we?

St John’s is part of the world-wide Anglican communion. We strive to live up to our motto of “Open Doors; Open Hearts; Open Minds” as a loving, joyful, and Christ-centred community, serving God by serving others. We worship in a sacramental way, meaning that Holy Communion (Eucharist) is the fundamental part of our Sunday gatherings.

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St. John's - Nelson, the second oldest Anglican Church in Burlington, was founded in 1835 though worship has taken place in the present building since 1839. Though St. Luke's, Wellington Square was established in 1834...

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Special and Regular Services

RECTOR: The Rev’d Bahman Kalantari

Sunday 10:00 am
Type of Service: Eucharist
Style of Service: BAS
Music: Choral
Sunday School: All ages welcome

First Tuesday each month 7:30pm - Eucharist
Third Sunday each month 11:30am - no Eucharist

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