Welcome to Christ Church

A mission with the Anglican Network in Canada

Welcome

Christ Church is a small Anglican mission in the Anglican Network in Canada (ACNA) that is all about the Gospel. We want to follow Jesus, proclaim Jesus, and serve Jesus as He establishes God’s Kingdom of grace in our world.

At present we are a few families (in a large space) who worship together liturgically on Sundays the way Christians have done for centuries. To learn more about our worship and our way as Anglicans, please click here.

We’d love for you to join us: Sundays at 4pm at Evangel Church (In the Heritage Room by the KCS entrance).

Interested in Joining Us?

We meet for worship at 4:00pm on Sunday afternoons at Evangel Church, 3261 Gordon Drive. You can find us at the East end of the church campus through the Courtyard entrance. Look for the Christ Church sign. At present, in accordance with the Public Health orders, the wearing of masks is optional

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Reflections for Modern-Day Pilgrims

Seek His Presence Continually!

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