Annunciation  James Powell, 1888


We invite you to come to St. John’s and share with us as we enter into the holy Season of Lent, offering our sacrifice of praise and thanksgiving for the love of the Passion of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.

If you are looking for a small loving community that truly makes you feel a part of the Body of Christ, where the traditional Anglican liturgy according to the Book of Common Prayer is reverently celebrated and the teaching is biblical based and Christ centred, we hope you’ll consider our parish.

The Anglican Catholic Church of Canada is rooted in the ancient English Church in belief and tradition as part of Christ’s one, holy, catholic, and apostolic Church. As such, we accept the whole Christian Faith ‘as once delivered to the saints’.  As traditional Anglicans, part of the world-wide Traditional Anglican Communion, we maintain the historic Anglican expression of the Christian Faith as revealed in Holy Scripture, summarized in the ancient Creeds of the Church, and set forth in the Book of Common Prayer.

We invite you to come to our small church.  Here you will find a warm welcome, friendly faces, a worshipping community, a caring people, and the love and saving grace of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.


Dec 21 • Advent IV
9:15 Morning Prayer      
10:00 Eucharist & Sunday School

Dec 23 • St. Thomas
5:30 pm Eucharist

Dec 24 • Christmas Eve 
8:00 pm High Mass

Dec 25 • Christmas Day
10:00 High Mass

Dec 26 • St. Stephen
9:30 Eucharist

Dec 27 • St. John the Evangelist
9:30 Eucharist

Dec 28 • Sunday After Christmas Day 
9:15 Morning Prayer 10:00 Eucharist & Sunday School

Jan 4 • Second Sunday After Christmas 
9:15 Morning Prayer 10:00 Eucharist & Sunday School

Jan 6 • Epiphany
5:30 pm Eucharist

Easter 2011

The Most Reverend Shane B. Janzen
Metropolitan Archbishop of the Province of Canada
Bishop Ordinary of the Diocese of Canada
and Rector of the Cathedral Parish

990 Falmouth Road
(corner of Falmouth Road & Savannah Road)
Victoria, British Columbia  V8X 3A3