21557 Richmond Street
Inspired by the love of God, And led by the power of the Holy Spirit, the Church of St. John the Divine, seeks to be welcoming, caring, accepting community of faith, ministering to the wider community through workship and prayer and by sharing our gifts and love in the service of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ.
Sunday Service 10:30am
Book of Alternative Services and Book of Common Prayer with Music and Choir. Nursery, Sunday School, and Youth welcome at this service.
Rector: Rev. Wendy Murray Honorary Assistant:
Rev. Earl Leiska.
184 Oxford Street
Sunday Service: 10:30 am Holy Eucharist, Family Service, and Sunday School (Book of Alternative Services)
2nd Sunday of Each Month: 8:00 am Holy Communion (Book of Common Prayer)
10:00 am Holy Communion (Book of Common Prayer)
Rector is Rev. Jim K. Carr. H.E. (Ted) Winter was ordained a deacon (non stipendiary) with special responsibilities for outreach ministry at St. James’ on January 31, 2008.
The first services for St. James’ parish were held in the schoolhouse in 1834. The present church building was built in 1868. The congregation now numbers 250 families and individuals. For more information see
St James Anglican Church
Maurice Scollard Baldwin was born in Toronto. The Hon. Robert Baldwin, who was co-premier of Upper Canada, was his first cousin. Maurice Baldwin graduated from Trinity University, Toronto and was admitted to Holy Orders in 1860 and 1861 by Bishop Benjamin Cronyn.
Baldwin was curate of St Thomas’ Church in St Thomas (1860–62). He served incumbencies at Port Dover (1862–63, 1864–65) and Port Stanley (1863–64) before being called to Montreal. He was Dean of Montreal when elected the third Bishop of Huron on October 18, 1883.
Baldwin was one of the greatest evangelical speakers of his day. Few contemporary Canadian preachers were in such demand, nationally and internationally. He was also a successful administrator. During his episcopate, the Dioccese of Huron developed modern procedures of governance, fund-raising, and accounting. The deficit that Baldwin had inherited became a surplus.
More on Bishop Maurice Scollard Baldwin
2060 Dundas Street East
The East London Anglican Ministries building was opened September 21, 2002.
The parish was formed when Resurrection, St. Barnabas’, St. Matthew’s, and St. Timothy’s churches merged.
Sundays at 8:30 am A quiet, reflective service with no music.
10:00 am A service with music and choir, and Ministry to Children, followed by Coffee Hour
Tuesdays at 7:00 pm Youth Group service and meeting
Wednesdays at 9:30 am A short service without music, followed by an optional Bible Study
1st Saturday of each month at 5:30 pm Thank God It’s Saturday, inspired worship for today with live band, followed by pizza.
Rector: Rev’d June Hough (since June 1, 2008)
33 Bromleigh Avenue
The congregation began meeting in a school in 1958.
An anonymous donation made it possible to build a church.
Architech Philip Carter Johnson plans called for a parish hall in the basement and a church on the upper level.
Construction began in the fall of 1961.
The congregation moved into the building in March 1962 and the blessing and dedication took place on April 25, 1962.
Book of Common Prayer
Book of Alternative Services
9:30 am Morning Prayer
Rector: Rev’d Canon
Rachel Reimer will give a viola recital on Friday, March 17, 2009 at 8:00 p.m. at Church of St John the Evangelist 280 St. James Street, London, Ontario. Admission is by donation with all proceeds going to St John’s Huron Church Camp Bursary Fund.
Rachel is currently studying at Penn State University in State College, Pennsylvania where she is completing her Masters of Viola Performance. It is a two year program in which she has had to take part in ensembles which include 2 orchestras, chamber groups, viola ensemble, as well as coaching groups and teaching individual lessons.
“Huron Church Camp has been such an important part of my life since the first time I drove down the laneway and stepped onto the property. There is a magic at HCC that is unexplainable but always present.
I feel that HCC has an impact on every camper and is beneficial to all who attend. It has also been a crucial part of my life and as I continue this journey I never forget my six summers which were spent in such a wonderful place, and I thought that it was time for me to give back to HCC.”
283 Colbourne Street
Port Stanley, Ontario
The one-acre site of Christ Church, Port Stanley was donated by Lieut-Col John Bostwick in 1826. The congregation was not properly organized until 1834, when services were held in a school house. It was not until 1844 that a meeting was held and a decision made to erect the current church building which was completed the following year.
In its history Christ Church has been part of combined parishes. It has been a single parish since 1979. Rev. Patt Nunn is rector.
Sunday Services: 8:30 a.m. & 10:30 a.m. More on Christ Church, Port Stanley