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WELCOME

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Be not forgetful to entertain strangers: for thereby some have entertained angels unawares.

Hebrews 13:2

 

Two options for worship are now available, in-person & virtual.

In-person Sunday worship at All Saints at 9:00a.m. Space is limited, registering your wish to attend is required by contacting Grace at gracemj@rogers.com or allsaintsgreely@gmail.com by Thursday evening prior to each Sunday.

Virtual Sunday worship continues combined with St. James Leitrim on Sunday mornings at 10:30a.m. For anyone wishing to join virtually or by phone contact us through the link above or email allsaintsgreely@gmail.com.

All Saints Greely Anglican Church is located at 7103 Parkway Road in Greely, Ontario. 


We acknowledge that our diocese is on traditional Algonquin and Mohawk territories. We seek to nurture our relationship with our Indigenous members and neighbours, and to share responsibility for their homelands.

Built in 1889, on land donated by Richard Stanley, All Saints Greely was dedicated in honour of those saintly persons who have no special day in the year. This small church has 10 stained glass windows, 16 benches for a congregation of 75 parishioners in a 635 sq. ft. nave, an 8 sq. ft. altar & a 575 sq. ft. hall for events, facilities and storage. Prior to meeting in its current building, from 1865 to 1889, members of the congregation were part of the Deanery of Prescott-Russell, and were served by The Rev. W. Fleming, who was a Mission Priest. During The Rev. J.B. Haslam's incumbency, All Saints' Anglican Church was built in 1889 and consecrated by The Rt. Rev. Charles Hamilton. The land on which the current church and cemetery stand today was donated by Richard and Frances Stanley. Their graves, and those of many of their descendants, can be found in the cemetery, underscoring the depth in which families find connection to this congregation. 

Today, All Saints' is a small, intimate and exceptionally welcoming congregation.  The hands of a few do incredible work. The congregation hosts an eagerly-anticipated annual cemetery service, attracting visitors and returning parishioners from across the province. It makes its presence felt in the wider community by serving at community events such as agricultural shows, the Greely Players, and by catering events. A new memorial garden was created in 2013.  In addition to weekly worship services, held every Sunday at 9:00am, the Church is available for baptisms, weddings, and funerals.   All are welcome to join us in song, prayer and celebration.

All Saints Greely is a member of:

The Anglican Diocese of Ottawa https://ottawa.anglican.ca

The Anglican Church of Canada  https://www.anglican.ca

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