The Anglican Parish of South Dundas is a diverse community that is committed to "Exploring Faith and Serving the World God Loves".
We live out this commitment by offering diverse styles of worship (traditional to contemporary), Christian Education programs that enable us to "go deep" with the questions we have, and by serving our wider community through the Apple Tree Ministry, Martha's Kitchen, the annual Christmas Dinner, the Madagascar School Project, and the Tilted Steeple Coffee House.
Each of our locations offers different ministries to the community around it. Please contact our office with any questions.
20 High Street, Morrisburg
Founded in 1857, St. James is the central point of our parish ministry. It is home to the Tilted Steeple Coffee House, Martha's Kitchen, the Apple Tree ministry, and offers the latest in Christian Education programs.
The worship at St. James is a combination of traditional Anglican liturgy and contemporary worship. While the building is often referred to as a "mini cathedral", the congregation has deep roots in the evangelical protestant tradition. It has been a major supporter of the Cursillo movement and so the congregation found a way to combine the best of both traditions.
Holy Trinity (Chapel)
13105 Riverside Drive, Riverside Heights
Founded in 1835 (moved in 1957), this building has a fascinating history of being moved, stone by stone, to its current location in order to survive the flooding of the Seaway. Holy Trinity houses a deeply committed and faithful community who gather twice a month for gentle worship that really does emit a sense of intimacy and contemplation.
Click here for or a more intimate and in depth look at Holy Trinity.