Notable News


DOG RESCUE – many thanks to everyone who donated blankets, towels and pillows for all the needy dogs coming into foster care.  I have asked the organization (Pomeranian and small breed rescue) to prepare a collage of photos to show how all your donations are being put to good use. The “PSBR” has expressed excitement and gratitude for the support of St. John’s Anglican Church - by Pat Anthony.


Pancake & Sausage Supper - Tues. February 25 from 5-7 pm.  Bring your neighbours and friends!    Details to follow.


Saturday, Feb. 22 –  Join Leslie & the St. John’s Wild Walkers for the COLDEST NIGHT.  Starting at 4 pm from St. Christopher’s, there will be a 2 km, 5 km, or 10 km walking route to raise funds for their Open Doors programs. A fun night full of friends, laughter, and food!  Info at https://cnoy.org/location/burlington.


Sunday, March 1 – Vestry meeting following church Inspired: Slaying Giants, Walking on Water, and Loving the Bible Again by Rachel Held Evans.  If the Bible isn’t a science book, instruction manual, or position paper, then what is it?  Join us as we journey through the magic of the Bible, engaging the old, familiar stories in new ways that honor the past and enlighten the present.  5 Sundays in Lent beginning March 8th - April 5th from 11:30am -1pm.  Books are $20.00 -  10 books available now through the church office.

Greening Tips for Fall

At Home: Clean refrigerator coils and dryer ducts.  Change furnace filters.  Make sure ceiling fans are rotating clockwise.  Check for air leaks around windows and doors: caulk and add weather stripping where necessary.

In the Garden: Comopost leaves and garden waste in a bin or a small pile. When cutting back plants, wait until they ar finished blooming and leave seed heads on for birds to eat.  Bring in houseplnats - they privide oxygen to the air.


Order your gift cards today.  Pick up an order form in the Bell Tower or from the Upper Hall bulletin board.  Order deadlines: October 20, November 17 and December 8.  Cards are typically ready the following week.  Don't delay!

Church Services

Sunday: Every Sunday at 10:00am

Service: Eucharist with Choir

Sunday School: Available

Exceptions will be posted


Worship is loving the Lord with all your heart. The Church exists to worship God. When we express our love to God, we are worshipping.

Statement of Faith:

We believe in God above us, maker and sustainer of all life, of sun and moon, of water and earth, of male and female.  We believe in God beside us, Jesus Christ, the Word made flesh, born of a woman, servant of the poor, tortured and nailed to a tree.  A man of sorrows, he died forsaken.  He descended into the earth, to the place of death.  On the third day he rose from the tomb.  He ascended into heaven to be everywhere present and his Kingdom will come on Earth.  We believe in God within us, the Holy Spirit of Pentecostal fire, life-giving breath of the church, Spirit of resurrection and eternal life.  Amen.

Altar Guild

A devoted group of ladies that setups the altar for services and beautifies the church with flowers and other seasonal settings. A wonderful way to make use of your creative talents. Please contact Phyllis Prescott if you wish to provide flowers in the church. 

Readers, Servers & Chalice Bearers

These are important ministries, both practical and symbolic, which enhance the worship of the whole congregation. As always, we can use additional people. If you are interested in serving God and our community in any of these roles, please speak to Barb Freeman.

Music Ministry: Organist - Clement Ng

Choral music is sung by a dedicated group of individuals. If you can carry a tune, have enthusiasm for singing and a desire to have fun!  Contact Clement Ng at church.

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