Welcome to St. Peter's Anglican Church, Oshawa

Sunday Services

Join us Sunday mornings at 10 a.m. for a church service followed by coffee hour. Supervised children's activities are available during the service. The church service on the third Sunday of each month includes an anointing for healing for those who wish to heal in body, mind or spirit.

No matter where you’ve been in life, no matter where you’re going, no matter where you are on your journey with God or do not believe; know that at St. Peter’s, you are welcome at our church.

Office of The Blessed Virgin Mary

Please join us on the first Sunday of each month at 9:15 a.m. before the regular services (excluding Easter Sunday). This is a time of scripture and prayer similar to Morning Prayer with a special reflection on how we may model our own discipleship on that of our Lord's Mother.

Anglican Rosary Meditation

Please join us Sunday mornings at 9:15 a.m. before the regular services (except for the first Sundays of each month). Instruction and knotted Anglican rosaries are provided. All are most welcome.

Upcoming Events and Special Dates

Morning Prayer

Wednesday, February 20, 2019

9:00 a.m. Held on the third Wednesday of each month. All are welcome to attend. Light refreshments will be served following the service.

Food Bank Sunday

Sunday, March 3, 2018

On the first Sunday of each month we ask you to consider bringing non-perishable food items to help stock St. Peter's Food Bank. Currently, we particularly are in need of pasta sauce, tinned tuna, Kraft Dinner, and chicken noodle soup. Thank you for your support.

Light Supper and Evening Prayer

Thursday, March 14, 2019

Dinner will be at 5:30 p.m. with Evening Prayer starting at 6:30 p.m. Please let Glenn know if you will be attending so that we can make sure there is enough food for everyone.

A Synopsis of the evening: Many parables of Jesus and events in the Gospels speak of gathering together to share food and to pray, and so we begin our act of worship by sharing an actual meal together. Following the supper, we gather upstairs to continue our worship with Evening Prayer. The service has been adapted to make it a comfortable and prayerful event for both churchgoers and newcomers. Its wording is modern, it is interactive and anyone may take a turn at reading if they choose. It is also a service rich in symbols – as we had earlier been gathered as one community around our dinner table, we gather as one community in prayer around Christ’s Table, the Altar; a single candle is lit to represent Christ the Light of the World; from that single light we pass the peace and illuminate the darkness around us with the Light of Christ; we light a common household stick of incense, an ancient biblical symbol of prayer; our music is from the Taize community – short meditative hymns of one or two lines set to simple tunes; and we listen to the voice of God both in the readings and in the silence.

My thanks to Frances Hatherly, Irene Liverpool and the Kellars for their contributions to these events. My thanks also to all who have joined us. If you have never been out for these Thursday evenings, I invite you to join us. ... Glenn Godfrey

Our Calendar

See our calendar to find out more.

Why Come to St. Peter’s Anglican Church?

  • To celebrate what it means to be a child of God created in God’s own image and to be loved by God unconditionally.
  • To discover how our lives and our relationships have meaning.
  • To see God in the beauty of this world and in the lives of others.
  • To feel connected to something bigger than yourself.
  • To discover a sound and ancient wisdom and tradition.
  • To explore a relevant and modern Christian faith.
  • To become empowered by God to make a difference in our world.
  • To know God is love, Jesus is with us and the Spirit upholds us.

1175 Cedar Street

Oshawa, Ontario L1J 3R8

Telephone: 905-728-8080

Priest-in-Charge: The Rev. Canon Anthony Jemmott (e-mail)

How to find us: Click here for map and directions.

We are 45 minutes east of Toronto in Oshawa, Ontario

  • East of Park Road and Stevenson Road
  • West of Simcoe Street
  • North of Philip Murray Avenue
  • South of the 401 and Wentworth Street

Our Mission Statement

St. Peter’s Anglican Church strives to be an inclusive community of faith seeking to know Christ and make him known. Following the heart of Jesus, we seek to feed God’s people in body and soul, worshipping God our creator in the power of the Spirit. All are welcome!