Welcome to St. John’s Dixie

Growing in faith together

Due to interim clergy unavailability for the last week of July and the month of August, we are offering only in-church Morning Prayer for both the 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. services. We will not be able to offer communion at these services.

There will not be livestreamed services available for July 31 and the month of August. You may choose to watch previously recorded services or tune into the Cathedral of St. James here.

Worship Times

8:00am: Holy Communion (Book of Common Prayer)
A quiet, spoken service with traditional language.

10:00am Holy Eucharist (Book of Alternative Services)
A musical service with choir and contemporary language

Beginning May 2nd, 2022 our incumbent Fr. Daniel will be on leave for medical reasons. Interim clergy will take services on Sundays during his absence.

Latest Live Stream

St. John's Dixie - Sunday Morning Worship

July 24, 2022 11:07 pm

A gift to the city

Who We Are

As a partner in the worldwide Anglican Communion and in the universal Church, we proclaim and celebrate the gospel of Jesus Christ in worship and action. Read more about what makes us who we are as a community of faith.


How We Still Worship Together

Please note that the Church is closing for in-church worship until Sunday, January 3, 2021. This is in solidarity with the Peel community during higher than normal numbers of COVID-19 infections.

Sunday services are available online through our website or YouTube. Links are available on the first page. Currently the priest and administrator are working from both home and office, if you have questions or concerns please call 905-277-0462, messages are being picked up. Please refrain from coming to the church without an appointment. Thank you.

Est. circa 1804

Our History and Cemetery

St. John the Baptist Anglican Church has been worshipping God and serving the community since the early 1800s. The people coming through the doors each Sunday have changed. What was once quiet and idyllic countryside, has been transformed into tall buildings, busy highways, and bustling businesses.