The Church at 99 Queen St N. in Tottenham has been a continual place of worship in the Anglican Tradition since 1886. Our community, though, is a new one, formed by people of faith in Tottenham, Beeton, Bond Head, Palgrave, and the surrounding counties who came together in 2007 to create a single parish church that could do more together. This new community took on a new name, the Church of the Evangelists. It is a church where all are Welcome. Please join us any Sunday Morning at 10 a.m.
If you visit us on a Sunday here is what you can expect to find:
We have a Sunday School- most Sundays except during school vacations (summer and Christmas)
A service of Holy Communion, according to the Book of Alternative Services is presented each week in accordance with the guidelines of the Anglican Church of Canada.
We have music both traditonal and non-traditional sung by our volunteer Choir. Some of our prayers are also sung, including the Lord's Prayer.
We meet for a time of refreshment and fellowship after the service. Please feel free to join us. We'd like to get to know you.
Our washrooms are single-user and non-gendered. One is wheelchair accessible. Our hall and sanctuary are all on one level. At this time, the Family Market in the basement can only be reached by a flight of stairs.
A free-will offering collection is taken each week. Visitors and guests are welcome, but certainly not expected or required to make a contribution. Tax receipts are issued at year-end.
St. John Church
The St. John Chapel on the 6th Line is also a part of our Parish.
We hold at least one concert there each year, taking advantage of its beautiful acoustics. We worship there on Saturday evenings in the summer and arrangements can be made for rentals, for weddings, funerals, or other events.
The Chapel is surrounded by an active cemetery, for inquiries about burials contact our cemetery coordinators.