Sunday Services

Due to COVID-19 precautions, the Diocese of Toronto suspended all worship services as of March 15, 2020. You are invited to worship with us online. View our recorded Sunday services here or at YouTube.com/StOlavesAnglicanChurch, as well as in our weekly e-blasts and on Facebook.

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Public worship will return to St. Olave’s Sunday, September 27 at 9:30 a.m. for a said service of Holy Communion.

Online worship will continue. For details on our re-opening plans, click here


PRE-COVID WORSHIP

Holy Communion: Every Sunday @8:30 in the Chapel; 1st, 3rd & 5th Sundays @10:30 with choir and children’s program.

Morning Prayer: 1st, 3rd & 5th Sundays @10 in the Chapel; 2nd & 4th Sundays @10:30 with choir and children’s program

When Feast Days such as Easter fall on non-Communion Sunday, the schedule is adjusted.

For weekday services (Tuesday to Friday) click here.


Worship tips

worship at st olavesIf you are new here or to the Anglican church, you might be wondering when you should kneel, sit, stand or say “Amen.” Relax and follow what others are doing. You may see people bowing or making the sign of the cross at certain times, but this is a personal choice. The page numbers in the bulletin refer to the small blue or maroon Book of Common Prayer in the pew racks should you wish to follow the service, but you can also simply take in the music, the words of the Bible and the silences. During the Offertory Hymn you will see people passing a plate to collect money to support the congregation and the needs of others. You’re welcome to contribute, but don’t feel obligated. There are visitor envelopes in the pew clips or you can drop an offering directly onto the plate. Please take a moment to also fill out the visitor card in the pew clips if you would like more information about our Christian community.

For more information about what to expect at an Anglican church service, visit the Diocese of Toronto’s website.


Learn about other services and religious education events here.