Thank you for visiting the online home of St. John the Evangelist Anglican Church in Stamford, Niagara Falls! Please explore our drop-down menus above to learn more about us, and to consider why you might like to make St. John's your spiritual home! 


 Recent Sunday Announcements

Sunday Mornings 

We have returned to Sunday  worship effective September 13th.


8:00 am -   Traditional B.C.P.                               in the Church 

10:30 am - Contemporary Service                      in the Parish Hall

Please wear a mask, clean your hands, complete the self-screening at the entrance to the building, provide your contact information, practice physical distancing and follow all provided instructions and signage. 


Thank you for your cooperation in keeping everyone safe!


Please note: The nursery and children's programming during the  10:30 a.m. service, and the Wednesday 7:00 p.m. service are on hold at this time.  


Our clergy are here to walk with you during life's most sacred moments. We welcome your inquiries about the special services we offer.


See the recent Announcements, Journal or click on an event title for more information.


Our first (and hopefully only)

Online Christmas Bazaar 

December 1, 2, 3, and 4th, 2020

(with pickups Dec. 5).

A great opportunity to buy 

gift baskets, canning, knitting, treasures and more, 

and support St. Johns.

  Items for sale and information will be posted November 28th at 3 p.m. 


   We have reopened for our two         Sunday Services!    

We are NOT yet open for groups until permission is received.


Check the weekly Packages for updates

We acknowledge that we gather on the traditional territories of several Indigenous peoples, including the Neutrals, the Mississauga and the Haudenosaunee.  We acknowledge their stewardship of this land throughout the ages. 

We are open every Sunday, with our 8 am and 10:30 am liturgies.

Please feel free to come and be a part of the worship together.

Check us out -

who we are, what we do in and for the Community,

and how we support each other and the wider world.


Community Drum Circle

On hold during the Pandemic