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Deanery of Brough

The Deanery of Brough consisted of 7 churches. September 1, 2013, Brough, along with the Deaneries of Medway and Wellington, ceased to exist when the new Deanery of London was formed.

Bishop Cronyn Memorial Church; Church of St John the Evangelist; St Alban the Martyr Anglican Church; St John the Evangelist Chapel; St. Jude’s Anglican Church; St Luke’s Anglican Church, Broughdale; and St Paul’s Anglican Cathedral were all included in the new Deanery of London.

Following the reorganization, the Bishop appointed Rev. Canon Dr. Kevin George, of St. Aidan’s Church, Dean of London.


December 1, 2013 at 3:29 pm

St. John the Evangelist Chapel

Huron University College, London, OntarioHuron University College
1349 Western Road
London, Ontario

The Collegiate Chapel of St. John the Evangelist was built in the early 1950’s to replace a building that had been built in the 1860’s. The pews face one another and the chapel can seat up to 160 people including the balcony.
Inside St John the Evangelist Chapel, London, Ontario
The chapel is always available for prayer or meditation. Regular services every week are:

  • Tues., Wed. and Fri.
    8:40 a.m. Morning Prayer (Eucharist on Saint’s Days)
  • Thursday: 10:40 a.m.
    Holy Eucharist
  • Sunday: 11:00 a.m.
    Holy Eucharist
  • Sunday: Evensong or Compline (sung)
    – as announced

Rev. Canon William Cliff, Rev. Susan Baldwin, Rev. Canon Doug Leighton, Rev. Dr. Jay Koyle, Rev. Dr. Todd Townshend, Rev. Dr. Bill Danaher

June 2, 2009 at 11:40 pm

St. Alban the Martyr Anglican Church

St Alban's Church, London, Ontario1350 Huron Street
London, Ontario

Sunday Services:
8:30 a.m. – Holy Eucharist

10:30 a.m. – Holy Eucharist / Contemporary Morning Prayer (also at 10:30 – Sunday School, Youth Class, and Nursery Programs)
Inside St Alban the Martyr Church
Rector: Rev. Christine Young
Previously Associate Priest at the Cathedral Church of Saint Paul, she was appointed rector of St. Alban’s in January 2008.

St Alban’s the Martyr Church was established in 1960.

St Alban’s Anglican Church supports the Food Banks at neighbours Gethsemane United & St. Paul’s Cathedral.   Members of the congregaton also participate in serving hot meals at St. John the Evangelist Church on Saturday evenings.

April 28, 2009 at 11:39 pm

St. Luke’s Anglican Church, Broughdale

St. Luke's Anglican Church, Broughdale, London, Ontario1204 Richmond Street
London, Ontario

Sunday Services:
8.30 a.m. and Choral Eucharist at 10.30 a.m.

Rector: Rev’d Michael Atkins, since May 15, 2008

St. Luke’s Church, Broughdale is located near the gates of the University of Western Ontario. The foundation stone was laid on July 2nd 1906 and the church was officially dedicated and opened for worship 4 months later on November 1st, All Saints’ Day, in 1906.

April 7, 2009 at 11:35 pm

St. Jude’s Anglican Church

St Jude's Church, London, Ontario1537 Adelaide Street North
London, Ontario

Sunday Services:
8:30 a.m. Eucharist with no music
10:00 a.m. Eucharist with music
Inside St Judes, London, Ontario
Rector: Phil Uptgrove
Rev. Raquel Mack has been Youth Co-ordinator since Feb. 2008.

The first service of St Jude’s was held in the Northdale School in London Township on the 1st November, 1953.   The first church building opened on the 10th of June, 1954.

In 1961, the area was annexed by the City of London and over the next 30 years the population of the area increased dramatically.

A new building was needed.   On the 1st of June, 1993, with the completion of the current building, service began in the old church and then the congregation proceeded to the new facility to complete the liturgy and officially begin worship.

Link:   St. Jude’s Anglican Church, London, Ontario

February 11, 2009 at 12:45 am

Church of St John the Evangelist

St John the Evangelist Church, London, Ontario280 St. James Street
London, Ontario

St. John’s Vision Statement
As a people of God, we choose to express our faith through interactive worship and dynamic ministry, and to utilize our financial and human gifts with responsible stewardship to compassionately and actively care for and serve our parish, our community, and anywhere God calls us.

Sunday Service: 10:30 am

The rector is Canon Donald R. Ford.
Associates are Rev. Rob Luxton and Rev. Patricia Dobbs Luxton.

The parish of St. John the Evangelist was founded in 1864. Services were conducted in various places until 1888 when the congregation purchased a lot at the corner of Wellington and St. James Streets and erected the present building.   In 1895, a small hall was built for the growing Sunday School.   Two years later the spire was erected. In the 1920’s, additions included the chapel, the rounded apse behind the main altar, and more class rooms for the expanding Sunday School.   In the 1950’s, the cloister, the oak chapel screen and more new classrooms and office space in the hall were added.   A major restoration project was completed in 2002.

Website: St. John the Evangelist Church, London, Ontario

December 24, 2008 at 12:30 am

Bishop Cronyn Memorial Church

442 William Street
(at Queen’s Ave)
London, Ontario

Bishop Cronyn Memorial’s core values speak to inclusivity. The church treats all as made in God’s image, regardless of race, gender, orientation, age, ability, nationality or economic class. Cronyn Memorial Church is committed to standing as Jesus does with the outcast, oppressed, denigrated and afflicted, seeking justice and peace, no matter what the cost.

Sunday Service: 10:30 am

Clergy are:
Rev’d Rae Fletcher
Rev’d Deacon Judy Castle
Rev’d Canon Dr. Doug Leighton.

The congregation began in 1870 as St George’s. It changed its name in 1873 to Memorial Church in memory of the first Bishop of Huron, Benjamin Cronyn (1802-1871).In 1955, the parish adopted the name Bishop Cronyn Memorial Church.

Legacy of Benjamin CronynBishop Cronyn Memorial Church

November 5, 2008 at 12:54 am


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