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  1. FARMWORKERS APPRECIATION DAY: CELEBRATING HURON FARMWORKERS MINISTRY. Wellington and Anderson Parks, 50 Bonnie Dr., Simcoe, SEPTEMBER 28 from 4:00pm to 8:00pm. Entry: FREE. See the POSTER for more details.
    We have requests to open additional centres across Southern Ontario. The need is so great for so many – an estimated 20,000 in our diocese alone! Our team works extremely hard putting in countless hours every week for our friends.
    Would you consider contributing to help us continue the work of our ministry? 


  2. Bishop’s Friends North: ‘Come to the Table’ Dinner. Thursday, October 5, 2023. In support of the Bishop’s Discretionary Fund. A full Prime Rib/Chicken/Vegetarian dinner will be served at: St. Paul’s Anglican Church Community Hall, 248 High St, Southampton
    6:00 – Gathering and Social with Silent Auction
    7:00 – Dinner
    7:30 – Dessert, Entertainment and Auction
    8:00 – Bishop’s Address
    8:30 – Silent Auction Wrap up.
    To reserve your seat at the table email: with your name and choice of dinner: Prime Rib/Chicken/Vegetarian

  3. Anglican Fellowship of Prayer: Fall Conference. RULE OF LIFE: The Sisterhood of St. John Divine (From From the Perspective of a Sister, an Oblate and an Associate)
    Date: September 30, 2023, 9:30 am—12:00 pm, By Zoom.
    To register please contact: the Rev'd Ann Webber at or by calling or texting info to 226-373-1391. SEE THE POSTER

  4. Huron University Faculty of Theology. Fall Faculty Lecture
    Dr. Brett Potter: “Dark Green Theology: Ecological Mysticism in Pseudo-Dionysius’ The Divine Names
    Monday, September 25, 7:00 p.m.

    Huron, Holmes Building H221 or via Zoom (link will follow registration) All are welcome in person or on Zoom! More information and registration here:

  5. Walking the Two Row Path: Making Our Way from Settler to Sojourner. A Deanery of London Sponsored Event. October 3, November 7, January, 9 February 6. Online/In Person St Aidans London.
    This relationship-building process will take place over the course of a few months, with the hopes of deconstructing settler patterns and creating the space and place for a sojourning relationship to blossom. Starting with an in-person session that looks at where we start our journey from, we intend to open the conversation with clear definitions of the colonial structures and systems we find ourselves in, as well as an evaluation of the colonial posture we assume. With this starting point, we aim to express the trail we look to blaze together, as we begin to unravel what walking the Two Row Path looks like for each of our churches and ourselves. Coming back together three more times over the next few months, we will learn to examine critically our patterns of colonialism and find new practices that can help us explore what diversity and inclusion look like. Through the use of Bible study, case studies, and a creation of radical space, we will build our “backpacks” for the journey of the Two Row, and discover the ways in which we can speak truth and practice reconciliation.
    Registration Info in FLYER

  6. VIRTUAL OUTREACH AND ADVOCACY CONFERENCE 2023. Sunday, October 28, from 9am to 3:30pm.
    Hosted by Social Justice & Advocacy Committee, Diocese of Toronto.
    LIVING in EXILE: Inhabiting a World of Displacement. Workshops on Food Insecurity; Affordable Housing; Justice for Migrant Workers; Rural Poverty; Parish Nursing and more!
    Keynote Speaker: Dr Brian Walsh
    To register go to: (link will follow registration)
    For more details SEE THE POSTER

    Tuesdays from 8:00 PM to 10:00 pm (ET), starting October 31, 2023 (hosted via Zoom).
    Thursdays from 7:00 PM to 9:00 pm (ET), starting November 2, 2023 (hosted via Zoom).
    Cost to register for each of the courses: $325 for Full Credit, $150 to audit. To register, contact Dr. Grayhame Bowcott at: or (519) 438-7224 ext. 832

  8. The Essex Deanery Lay Leadership Training Classes:  Lay leadership courses for 2023
    .  October 21 and November 18 - How to write a sermon (4 pages of the Sermon plus other resources) 
    These classes will be held in person at Canterbury College.  We have partnered with Canterbury College for the Lay Readers courses and they are providing us with the technology support to also bring the classes by zoom.  Please join us for one or for all of the classes.  Please contact Rev. Elise Chambers if you would like to attend.  If you have a class you would like to teach please contact Rev. Kimberly Myer - with your idea.
  1. The Treasure Trove/ Rummage Sale will be held in St. Paul’s Church, Port Dover on Saturday, September 30 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00. Donations of clothing, furniture, linens, household items, etc. would be welcome. This event requires many volunteers. If you can help prepare the items during the day on Monday to Friday, Sept. 25 to Sept. 29 and/or work at the sale on Saturday, Sept. 30, your assistance would be very much appreciated.
  2. Family Movie Night at St. Paul’s Cathedral
    Saturday, September 30, 7:00pm

    The 1928 Comedy black & white Silent Movie ‘The Circus’ starring Charlie Chaplin will be accompanied by live organ music improvised by Ian Sadler on the Cathedral’s mighty Casavant pipe organ.
    Admission is free; donations are welcome. Doors open @ 6:30 pm. Movie length is 75 minutes.
    All are welcome!

  3. HYMN SING. Sunday, October 1 at 2:30. Holy Trinity St. Paul’s Anglican Church, Chatham (81 Selkirk Street).
    An “old fashioned hymn singing” afternoon followed by a dessert reception.
    For more info 
  4. Blessing of the Animals at St. Paul's Cathedral
    Sunday, October 1 @ 10:00

    Join us as we celebrate all of God’s creatures! Bring your beloved pets, or photos of pets, or stuffeys, as we give thanks for the love and joy offered by our faithful companions.  

  5. St. Andrew Memorial Church in London (55 Foxbar Road at Wellington) would like to invite everyone to our third Parking Lot Pops Concert happening on Sunday , October 1, from 11-2, weather permitting.
    We have 3 performing groups - the SLUGS ukulele group, the Mocha Shrine Concert Band and the Barclay Road Brass. Rosie’s Streetery food truck will also be there. The concert is free, but all donations received will be directed to the Children’s Health Foundation.  Bring a chair, bring a friend and bring your appetite! We’d love to see you.

  6. St. Anne’s Byron Harvest Festival, Saturday, October 7, 9am-1pm
    Join us for our annual Harvest Festival featuring Crafts and Quilts, Preserves, Baked Goods, St. Anne’s Heavenly Pies, and a BBQ Tent! St. Anne’s is at 1344 Commissioner’s Road W
    (Rain Date October 14) 
  7. A Whole Lotta Shakin Going On at St. James' Church Ingersoll Fundraiser
    St. James' Church Ingersoll is pleased to announce a very fun musical evening - dinner and concert with two outstanding artists! One of our favourite tribute artists, Jackie Grainge from Cambridge, will be singing the tunes of the 50’s and 60’s. Jackie is an awesome performer and always entertains us with her renditions of number one hits.
    And Jackie’s special sidekick will be Shon Carroll from Kitchener. Shon is a past winner at the Collingwood Elvis Festival – so yes, Elvis will be in the house!
    This outstanding dinner concert will be held one night only – Friday October 13th.
    Your evening will begin with cocktails at 6:00 pm (cash bar); dinner at 6:30 pm (a buffet deliciously prepared and served by Thamesford's Village Deli catering team), and, finally a one-hour show of all your favourite rock ‘n roll music songs. There will be “a whole lotta shakin going on”!
    Tickets for the evening are $55.00 and the venue is the Unifor Local 88 Hall on Victoria Street in Ingersoll. 
    So act now and call the church office at 519-485-0385 to reserve your tickets. Simply tell Kristy Van Kooten-Bossence, our office administrator, how many tickets you require.  A wonderful dinner and show awaits you this fall.

  8. St.Luke’s Worshipping Community is offering a SAFE FOOD HANDLING at Luke’s Place (1204 Richmond St, London)
    Date: OCTOBER 10, 2023 or OCTOBER 14, 2023
    Time: 9am - 2pm

    Cost: $40.00 per person
    Cut off for Registration is OCTOBER 3,2023
    ● Bring a Lunch
    ● Starts at 9am sharp
    Follow this Link to Register:

  9. Holy Trinity St. Stephen's Memorial, 727 Southdale Rd. E.  London: 'Sharing The Harvest' a 'Feed the Hungry' Fundraiser Sunday Oct. 15. Evening begins at 5:30 with a Spaghetti Dinner with a live concert at 7 p.m.  See the attached POSTER with complete details.
  10. St. John’s 5K Run/Walk on Sunday, October 15St. John the Evangelist, 280 St. James Street.
    Registration starts at 1:30 pm. Run/Walk starts at 2:30 pm
    Please join us for our annual fundraiser to support St John’s Saturday Meal Program and other Outreach activities. Whether you run or walk, this is a fun afternoon to get some exercise and fresh air, socialize with others, listen to music played by members and friends of St John’s, and enjoy some refreshments while supporting this vital work for members of our London community.
    Participate in the Run or Walk individually or by getting a team together.  Registration can be done online at:

  11. Fall Celebrity Organ Recital at St. Paul's Cathedral
    We hope you'll take this rare opportunity to hear David Enlow, Organist and Choir Master at the Church of the Resurrection in New York City. He will be giving a recital of music by Bach, Dvorak, Mozart, Vierne and Whitlock at St. Paul’s on Friday, October 20 @ 7:30 pm.
    Mr. Enlow has been described as a “commanding” organist (The New Yorker), and his “performances [are] full of color, passion, invention, and power” (The American Record Guide).
    All are welcome to join us for this fabulous event. Admission is by Donation. Save the date and please do join us for what’s sure to be a spectacular organ recital!

  12. Christ Church (Anglican) Oxford Centre is holding a Ham & Scallop Potato Supper on Wednesday November 1 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m..  Drive thru pick up only at the church. 
    Enjoy ham, scallop potatoes, vegetable, coleslaw, baked beans and dessert.
    Advance tickets (pre-pay only) $20.00 per person.  Ticket contact: or text/ leave message at 519-537-1202.  (cash, cheque, e-transfer)

  13. St Paul's Cathedral - Choral Evensong 
    This fall services of Choral Evensong will be held at 4:00pm on the following Sundays:
    - September 24
    - October 29
    - November 19
    Please also join us for Advent Lessons and Carols on Sunday, December 3 at 4:00pm.
    The service of Nine Lessons & Carols will be held on Sunday, December 17.
    All are welcome!

  14. St. George's London - Choral Evensong 
    Beginning in the fall, we will be having regular services of Choral Evensong on the fourth Sunday of every month at 4pm, as follows:  
    - September 24
    - October 22
    - November 26
    The service of Nine Lessons & Carols will be held on Sunday, December 17.
    Choral Evensong will continue on the fourth Sunday of the month in 2024 beginning with Sunday, January 28.

    Community Meal - FREE
    on the 3rd Friday of each month from 5 to 6pm, doors open @ 4:30pm.  All are welcome to come and enjoy a warm meal!
    Next dates are:  Oct. 20, Nov. 17.

    Almighty Roast Beef Dinner Fundraiser
    on the 4th Friday of each month from 5 to 6:30pm, $20 per meal, advance tickets are available from the office or purchased at the door.
    Take-Out also available.  Come out & enjoy a heavenly meal!
    Next dates are:  Sept. 22, Oct. 27, Nov. 24.

    Harvest Hop
    on Saturday, October 14th from 7 to 11pm, doors open at 6:30pm, $15.00 per ticket, advance tickets available now from the office.
    Cash bar and food available for purchase. Featuring: May Kin Music Dance Band.
    Come out & enjoy a night of great music and dancing!

    A Christmas Wonderland Bazaar
    on Saturday, November 4 from 8am to 12:30pm
    Gift Baskets, Instant Win, Jewellery, Children's Table, Sewing/Knitting/Crafts, Bake Table/Preserves, Frozen Meat/Fruit Pies and much more.
    Coffee Break, Light Lunch from 11:30am to 12:30pm.

  16. Events at Trinity, Cottam.
    Liver and Onion Dinner, Wed., Oct. 4 at 6 pm, cost is $15.  For tickets please call Pat at 519-776-8005.
    Evening of Healing through Music and Prayer, Oct. 19, 7pm 
    Craft Show and Bake Sale, Oct. 21 from 9 am-3 pm. Vendors will be selling homemade items.  Parishioners will sell baked goods,  canned goods as well as homemade crafts.

  • Trinity Anglican Church in Cottam, is searching for a friendly, reliable and motivated Children/Youth coordinator.
    In this position, you will be responsible for a range of duties including developing lesson plans, assigning homework, responding to issues, and addressing children/youth needs.
    Employment requirements:
    - High school diploma or equivalent qualifications.
    - A minimum of 2 years experience in a similar role (if possible).
    - Proven experience as an educator is advantageous (if possible).
    - Becoming an active Church member.
    - Good understanding of planning and developing lesson plans.
    - Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
    - Proficient with Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint and other social media.
    If interested, please call the church office at 519-839-5303

  • St. Alban's, Delhi is seeking an organist for Sunday services at 11am, extra services at Easter and Christmas and occasional weddings and funerals.  The church has a Hammond B3 organ,
    Please send resume to:
    Bert Hooftman
    St. Alban's Church
    19 Talbot Rd
    Delhi ON N4B 1Z7or email:

  • St. John’s, Port Rowan is looking for an Organist (Part Time Employment Opportunity). Organist for Local Anglican Services - Our group enjoys singing a variety of styles of music. Organ is manual digital with full pedal. Send resume to
    Any questions: 519-586-3401