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We are delighted to be back worshiping in person once again. Our Service times are Sundays at 10 am and Wednesdays at 7 pm. Please note: The Diocese entered the “Green Stage” as of Sunday, June 5, 2022.  As a result, all COVID-19 related restrictions have been dropped. While masks are no longer required, they may still be worn, if preferred.

The work of the church continues and as followers of Jesus Christ we are called to support that work. Please consider donating to the ministries of St. James and help us continue to live into God's call to us.

Our Weekly Services

Sunday Mornings

A Mix of Contemporary and Traditional Worship.
Sunday School from Sept-June

10:00 am

What Newcomers Can Expect at St. James

When you arrive for worship at St. James, whether it's Sunday morning or Wednesday evening, you will receive a bulletin to guide you through the service, the entire service is printed in the bulletin and is easy to follow. On Sunday mornings you'll also receive a hymn book. We generally dress casually for services. Children are always welcome and are a joy to have with us, so please don't have anxiety about noises or movement, we understand and are happy you are there.  After the service you are invited to join us in the parish hall for refreshments and conversation [Note: under current Covid-19 restrictions,  no food  is allowed, and only beverages can be served; we ask everyone to bring

their own coffee or tea mug/cup].  

Our goal is to create an atmosphere that is comfortable and that helps you know that you belong.

Regular Events

Join us any time for one of our weekly and monthly events!

Yoga with Elaine Jackson  Wednesdays at 10 am 

These  classes are suitable for all levels and people who’ve never taken a yoga class before. We will emphasize gentle stretching, body awareness, breathing , balance and beginning meditation techniques. 

Clothing Depot and Food Closet

We provide clothing and food (groceries that are mostly non-perishable) for free to anyone who needs it. We are open every Wednesday from 9:30 am to 12 pm. (In the house next to the church). Clients always welcome. Donations can be left in the donation box beside the house.

Anglican Church Women (ACW)

The Anglican Church Women (ACW) is a ministry that affirms the gifts of all Anglican women and gives them an opportunity to contribute through worship, learning and service. The ACW ministers to church needs as well as to issues affecting the wider community, such as health, education and poverty. Membership is open to all Anglican women.

The ACW at St. James meets regularly on the Third Monday of the month at 7:30 pm 

The St. James the Apostle Book Club

Our Book Club meets Tuesdays at 1:30 p.m. in the Parish Hall

WE ARE: A Safe Place 

(for LGBTQ youth & friends) the last Thursday of each month at 7:30 pm 

This is a safe space for all LGTBQ youth between 12-18 years (older youth serve as mentors), and their friends. It is an informal gathering space for young people to find support and build friendships and community over treats from our Rainbow Cafe (in the Parish Hall). Please follow us on Facebook here, for the latest activity updates. We also have a group for parents and adult supporters that meet at the same time as the youth group, but in a different location (the Parish House)

Visits to the Newmarket Health Centre &
Newmarket Residence (2nd Thursdays)

Every second Thursday of the month we visit our friends at the Newmarket Health Centre (on Eagle St) for a service at 10 am. Later in the day, at 2 pm we visit our friends at the Newmarket Residence (on Davis Dr, quite a ways east of the 404) for a service followed by pop and cookies. These are both really meaningful visits both for the residents and for the volunteers. Please consider join us for one or both!

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