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Welcome to St. John's Anglican Church

St. John’s Anglican Church is an historic as well as religious landmark in the Town of Whitby. The "oldest" church building still in use in the town, it was built in 1845-46 and opened for worship on July 5th, 1846.

The land on which the church stands was owned by John Scadding, property manager for John Graves Simcoe, Ontario’s first Governor...

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Regular Services:
We welcome you all to join us in celebrating our failth. Our liturgies include said and sung Eucharists and family (multi-generational) services enriched by our Choir and occasional instrumentalists and vocalists.

9:00 a.m. Said Eucharist
10:30 a.m. Sung Eucharist, Sunday School & Nursery
Incumbent: Rev. Wil Stonehill

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St. John's Anglican Church in Whitby turns 165

By Parvaneh Pessian

WHITBY -- Sunday school picnics, confirmation and even her wedding in 1948 are just some of the memories Lois Watson cherishes from her years at St. John's Anglican Church.

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