Churches of St Marys, Ontario, Canada
 
St James Anglican
65 Church Street South
 
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St James Anglican, St Marys, Ontario, March 2005
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Holy Eucharist:
(Morning Prayer
2nd Sunday of the Month)
    September 3 to July 3
    at 11 a.m.

Summer services:
    July 10 to 31, 10 a.m.
    at St Paul's Anglican
    in Kirkton, Ontario

    August services in
    St Marys at 10 a.m.


Sunday School and Nursery provided.
 
 
 
Parish established in 1851

The oldest portion of the church was built in 1857 from St Marys limestone, a simple rectangular building.

In 1886 extensive renovations raised the roof and added the square tower, the buttresses and the west entrance porch.  The architect was William Williams who was also the town clerk, private banker and the church's choirmaster. He was also the architect of Church St Bridge and the James Carter House   The parish hall was added in 1907.
 





Priest: The Reverend Dr. Dalice Sim
Rector at St James since May 2001
  plan of the church
 
Rev. Dr. Dalice Sim, January 2002   plan of the church
     
location on Church St.   The parish is made up of congregations in St Marys and Kirkton, Ontario.

It is part of the Diocese of Huron.
St Marys is located in South-Western Ontario at Perth County Roads 123 and 130.

It is 23 kilometres from Stratford and 45 kilometres from London.
2.5 hours west of Toronto.

  Diocese of Huron Church Web Sites  
  St Marys Ontario Blog