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God, in Christ, heals and restores our world and relationships.
God invites us to share in this great adventure.
Join us on the journey!

Upcoming Events at St. Annes:


Please note that St. Anne's regular Sunday service time is 9:15 am.  There will be an 8:00 am Book of Common Prayer (BCP) service on the first Sunday of the month.  

We are now livestreaming our worship services on our Facebook page. Unfortunately the April 21, 2024 worship service will not be broadcast, please join us in person if you are able.

Scripture readings for today may be found at:

FORTH @ 4pm: Every fourth Sunday at 4pm

A 30 minute informal time of worship. Through the vehicles of scripture and song, we will spend some moments with one another entering in the readings and their message to us.

Special Services
Although we were not able to offer a video of our Remembrance Day Service held on November 5, 2023, you may wish to listen or listen again to Bishop Nigel's sermon from that Service.

St. Anne's Anglican Church (Byron)  - 1853 - 2023 - is celebrating 170 years of Serving God and our Neighbours in the Byron and London area. Our March 26, 2023 anniversary service can be found on our Facebook page.
Latest News & Updates

News This Week; Staying Connectedpdf April 18, 2024

Join us on May 26th, from 10:30 am to 11:30 am, after our 9:15 worship service, as we begin our 2024 gardening season to grow food for Byron Cares Food Bank. The Blessing of the Gardens and Open House will offer refreshments, treats, information on our gardening efforts and music from the Uke 'N Do It ukelele band.

Video on Making Palm Crosses This year we gathered in the kitchen on Thursday, March 21st to make crosses. 

Library Resources for Lenten Study 2024

A Lenten Challenge: The Daily Examen

Pancake Experience 42 - Thank you for joining us for Shrove Tuesday on February 13th for our pancake supper featuring pancakes! It was a great way to begin the season of Lent.

The treed environment around us - a new project for 2023 and beyond. Plant a tree as part of the Communion Forest.

Read a bit about our 170 years by checking out the St. Anne's story. Newly added content includes the stories behind a number of Memorial items in the church.

A celebration of the Art and Life of Kathleen Hart

The students of Byron Northview Public School created an art mural to celebrate Kathleen's art and life. It is displayed in the St. Anne's Parish Hall. An exhibit of a selection of Kathleen's art was on display on Wednesday May 31, 2023 and on Sunday June 4, 2023 from 12 to 2:00 pm.
An article and photo of Kathleen are included on page 4 of the May 2023 edition of the Byron Villager. More....

Rector's message - As we wait for Spring

Deacon's Bench  - An Easter Reflection

Children's Resources

Check out our calendar for a more detailed listing of events and activities.

Huron Church News - Recent articles and previous issues are available

Diocese of Huron website news

NOTE: If you are looking for our delicious Heavenly Pies, they will be on a Christmas break from December 21 to January 10 and not available for sale. After that time, please use our online ordering form. Thank you for supporting our efforts which help to serve God and our neighbours through various St. Anne's ministries.

Welcome to St. Anne's

Welcome to the website for the congregation of St. Anne's (Byron), an active Anglican (Episcopal) congregation in the western part of London, Ontario. Reverend Canon Valerie Kenyon is our priest. We extend a warm welcome to all visitors, and those looking for a new church home, being blessed with visitors on a regular basis. Our church and parish hall are both wheelchair accessible.

Check out our events calendar to see what is happening in the coming weeks!

As you explore St. Anne’s website you will get a glimpse of the lives and activities of people who make up the family of God at St. Anne’s. There are many more whose names are not recorded here but whose memory is cherished, whose lives have shaped our lives and whose hard work and love of Christ built a foundation stronger than the foundation laid over a century and a half ago with field stones and mortar from surrounding farm land, a foundation that is held together by its cornerstone – Jesus Christ. We are not a perfect family; we are a real family who daily put our lives in the hands of a perfect God, who continually conforms us into Christ’s likeness.

Along with Anglicans around the globe, we at St. Anne’s hold the traditional faith of Christians through the ages. We look back with thanksgiving for blessings received and we look ahead with joy, wondering what new song we are to sing unto the Lord. (Psalm 144:9) The holy friendship we share with God and one another makes us a family and the ministry to which every person you see here and beyond these pages is called, leads us into joyful service of the community in which we live. Our work is simple, to worship God, build a relationship with His Son and love one another as Christ has loved us. (John 15:12)

To get the most out of this website, check our Events Calendar for the list of activites and then consider our other menu items such as Church Seasons. Look for updates and current news on our Outreach and Faith and Worship pages.

Did you know that you could donate online to St. Anne's? Whether making a one-time donation or scheduling regular monthly ones, your donation can be made via the CanadaHelps website.

After the worship service on Sunday May 26th, you are invited to visit the greenhouse to see what is new this growing season. Come for coffee, tea and a treat while you hear about our additions from worms to bats, butterflies, the three sisters and more.Thanks again to our sponsors at Komoka Home Hardware and BigYellowBag for their support in helping us grow food for our neighbours.
If you are needing some soil or mulch this year, why not consider BigYellowBag. When you or any of your friends and neighbours purchase one of these products, and use our code ANNES24, St. Anne's will receive $10 for every bag purchased. The best part is that you can get what you need, AND help out St. Anne's to carry on its ministries. After you have emptied your bag, you will be able to return it to the BigYellowBag unit stationed by our greenhouse. For every bag we return, there will be an additional $5 donated to the church. You can find out more about BigYellowBag at or by calling 1-855-424-4224

Help St. Anne's raise money by buying cash/gift cards at
Buy a cash/gift card to any number of participating businesses through St. Anne's and the church receives a commission on your purchase. For less than $1 in postage for online orders, the card comes right to your mailbox. To order online, go to and use code 5MW25S. Payment must be made at the time of purchase.

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