St. Peter's Anglican Church
Anglican Diocese of Toronto
776 Brimley road, Scarborough on, m1j 1c6, (416) 267-2741
Welcome to St. Peter's Anglican church
"TO KNOW CHRIST AND MAKE HIM Known"
Thank you for visiting St. Peter's Anglican Church online. We invite you to browse through our website to find out more information about us. St. Peter's Anglican Church is a warm and friendly parish, which many would describe us as a country parish in an urban setting. We have been serving the Scarborough Community since 1955.
Whether you are a regular member of our church or a newcomer, you are always welcome. St. Peter's Anglican Church depends on free-will offerings. Our financial program is based on weekly or month giving through the envelope system.
All donations are graciously accepted.
Return to In-Person Worship
We welcome all back to in-person
worship at our new 9:30 a.m. service.
We will be live-streaming our service on Facebook Live! Click the link to watch:
Click here to follow along with our online service bulletin!
Please remember to arrive early as screening is required. As our church will only be able to accommodate 50 people, visitors who are not on our parish list are asked to call the church office before coming to our Sunday service.
Hand-sewn masks will be available after the service. We ask that your mask be worn upon exiting your vehicle and remain on for the duration of the service. If you already have a fabric mask of your own, we recommend that you leave one for someone who does not have one.
We look forward to seeing you!
To ease the transition from the closures of COVID-19, we have created a re-opening guideline to provide the best care for our parishioners and all who use our building. Click here to view the re-opening guideline.
Emergency Food Pantry
Our Emergency Food Pantry is open Fridays from 10 a.m. -12 p.m. noon. If you are struggling for food, we can help. No appointment is required. We have limited stock of canned goods and packaged items. Should you require a larger supply of food, including fresh items, please visit any of the regular food banks in the area such as St. Ninian's Food Bank located at 930 Bellamy Road North (Tuesdays 5 p.m. - 8 p.m.).
The Tree of Hope
Outside of the church, the Rev. Helena-Rose Houldcroft has created a tree of hope. This tree will signify to the community that although our building is closed we are still alive and present. Every week something new will be placed on the tree. Currently, we have green fabric to represent the Pentecost season. Feel free to drive by and place something on the tree as you so desire.
ALL DONATIONS GRATEFULLY RECEIVED
Thank you for considering an online gift in support of St. Peter's. Know that you will make a difference helping us to show God's love in our community and beyond. Donations are processed by Canada Helps. Thank you.
Join us every Sunday as we seek to know christ and make him known