Worship With Us

Our Worship services begin at 10:00 am, every Sunday morning, at 990 Sydenham Rd., Kingston ON

In addition to our regular services, special services are held throughout the year, including Christmas Eve, Ash Wednesday, and Holy Week. 

A Book of Common Prayer Service of Holy Communion is offered on the third Wednesday of each month at 11:30 am, September through June. 

Questions you may have about attending Worship... 

What should I wear?

God is more interested in you being here than with what you wear; and so are we! Come as you are, and be comfortable! On any given Sunday you will find worshippers wearing everything from business casual to shorts and a t-shirt. 

When should I arrive? 

The service begins at 10 am and we will unlock the door and be ready to greet you by 9:30 am. If you're running late; don't fret! We'll be happy to quietly welcome you and help you find a seat!

How long is the service?

Our worship can take anywhere between 45 minutes to one hour. The worship consists of prayer, scripture, music, a homily (reflection), and the Holy Eucharist. 

How can I follow along?

The entire service is projected on a screen so you cannot get lost! Additionally, there are service books and hymn books available on a bookshelf at the back of the nave. 

Are children welcome?

Children and babies are welcome to stay with their parents through the service. We recognize that children can't always sit still or stay quiet for an entire service. We don't find those noises to be disruptive, and we are just glad that you are here. You will see a children's space at the front-right side of the nave and you are welcome to bring your child there to use the children's table and activity packages. We also have a quiet children's space in the back of the nearby Lady Chapel. Please feel free to use this space for some quiet time with your child, if needed. 

Who can take communion?

In the Anglican Church of Canada, any baptized Christian (from any denomination) is welcomed to the table to receive communion. If you do not wish to receive communion, please still come up and receive a blessing. To do this, simply cross your arms across your chest and the priest will bless you. 

The Lady Chapel

You may also find it healing to have a time of quiet prayer in the Lady Chapel, either before or after the main worship service. In the Lady Chapel you will find a kneeling bench where you may pray and contemplate the body of Christ, by gazing upon both the stained glass window depicting Mary with the body of Jesus, and a monstrance which holds the reserved sacrament. You are welcome in this sacred space, anytime.