Wednesday, September 27, 2006


St Philip's, Walter's Falls, Ontario

St Philip's, Walter's Falls, OntarioSt. Philip's Church, built in 1880, has been a Chapel of Ease since 2002.

The first internment at the cemetery was the founder of Walter's Falls, John Walter, in 1867. His widow donated the land for the church and cemetery. There is an annual memorial service at St Philip's as well as occasional weddings and funerals.

It is in the Parish of Chatsworth with regular services of worship at St. Paul's, Chatsworth and St. John's, Desboro on a rotating schedule for the warmer months, and at St. Paul's, Chatsworth through the colder months.

Wednesday, September 20, 2006


St James, Stratford, Ontario

St James Anglican, Stratford, OntarioThis Sunday Sept. 24 beginning at 3 p.m. there will be a dedication of the newly renovated chancel and organ open to all members of the public.

Parishioner Harry Yeandle left the church a large bequest from his estate. It allowed the church, constructed in 1870, to make $200,000 in enhancements including lengthening the chancel and replacing the organ console. $95,000 went to renovating the organ which is now a mix of old-world pipe and new-world digital technology.

Wednesday, September 13, 2006


Trinity Evangelical Lutheran, Windsor, Ontario

Evangelical Lutheran Church in CanadaTrinity Evangelical Lutheran, WindsorThe Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada (ELCIC) and the Anglican Church of Canada have been in Full Communion since 2001. The Waterloo Declaration was signed after more than 30 years of dialogue. The ELCIC is Canada's largest Lutheran denomination with 182,077 baptized members in 624 congregations.

On the right is a stained glass window from the Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, 1215 Parent Ave, Windsor

Wednesday, September 06, 2006


Canon Davis Memorial, Sarnia, Ontario

Canon Davis Memorial, Sarnia, Ontario380 Russel Street North, Sarnia, Ontario

The parish began in 1926 with the Anglican Church of Oil City moved to the present church's location. A new church was built, opened in January 1931, with the original building becoming the parish hall. That parish hall was replaced in 1957.

The rector is Archdeacon Emeritus, the Ven. Dr. Gordon J.J. Simmons.

Among the church's outreach programs, parishioners provide seniors in the area with rides to medical or social appointments.