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"To love another human being is to see the face of God. " Welcome, and thank you for visiting St. John's Anglican Church on-line. We hope that our website highlights the wide variety of worship, fellowship and service opportunities that we have available here at St. John's.

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Our Prayer Chair is administrated by Murray Phillips . You can contact him for more information.


Sunday Services

8:00 AM Book Of Common Prayer (BCP) Holy Communion

10:00 AM. Book Of Common Prayer (BCP)  1st Sunday of each month, Holy Eucharist.  Book of Alternative Services (BAS) 2nd-5th Sunday in the month.

Our Sunday School starts at 10am. Contact Olive Fyfe if you are interested in joining our Sunday School.

Any additional services will be announced in our bulletin and on our website. Refreshments are served following the 10AM service, as a time for welcoming visitors and fellowhship with our church familiy. 

Our church bridges the gap between the generations.  All are welcome to come forward to receive Holy Communion or a blessing.  There is gluten free communion bread available, please ask at the communion rail.


Rector : Archdeacon Sandra Fyfe   
Deacon : The Rev'd K. Ann Watson

Office Hours: Check the bulletin as times vary.


It's that time again! Every year, as part of our pastoral care and outreach efforts, the parish gives a small Christmas gift to parishioners who are shut in and can't come to church services anymore, and to other friends of the parish; mostly to people who are visited by Sandra and/or Ann and/or our parish's Lay Visitors.

For a number of years, Elizabeth Biggs kindly made all of the gifts offered in the name of the parish, including some lovely Christmas ornaments. This year, we would like to invite all the knitters and crocheters in the parish to help create a knitted or crocheted Pocket Prayer Shawl for each person; we will need about 50 in all. Below is a picture of a Pocket Prayer Shawl (each shawl is about 3 x 5 inches) as well as
click here for the instructions.

We're holding a special Prayer Shawl Knitting Bee on Tuesday, December 1st, from 11am-2pm, following the Bible Study, in the Multi-purpose room at the church. We'll have soup and rolls for anyone who wants to have a bit of lunch.

If you can participate and could bring SOFT WOOL IN CHRISTMAS COLOURS (each shawl takes only a few ounces of wool) and needles
, that would be great. Otherwise, bring yourself! and we'll provide needles and wool. And if there is a short prayer that you think would be appropriate to include with the gifts of the Shawls, please bring a copy of it along

If you would like to participate, please let Debbie McDonald know so that we'll be sure to have enough food, wool, and needles.

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The Lord is in his Holy Temple let the whole earth be silent before him. Habakkuk 2:20

(Bible verse that is printed above the altar)


Mailing Address:

Parish of Horton
160 Main St.
Nova Scotia
B4P 1C1


Civic Address is

164 Main St. Wolfville

map to St. Johns Church in Wolfville

 If you have items to go into our church bulletin please email them to  Debbie MacDonald
Diocese if NS & PEI