About St. Anne's Anglican Church (Byron)

Welcome to the website for the congregation of St. Anne's (Byron), an active Anglican (Episcopal) congregation in the western part of London, Ontario.

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.

Contact us for more information on church activities and to find out more about our community.

St. Anne's is a lovely stone church built in 1853. We are located on Commissioners Road in the Byron area of London. St. Anne's is a medium sized congregation, worshiping in a historic building, necessitating two complete worship services on Sunday. This allows us to have both modern and traditional worship patterns. We have one excellent choir.

Our Sunday School provides an excellent program using a bible-based curriculum.

Our congregation has a good balance of all age groups, and works well together. Until 2015, we had a food booth at the Western Fair (66 years) as a major project and now offer various food products for sale. See our Heavenly Pies link on the left hand menu. We also have an active A.C.W. (Anglican Church Women) organization. Their fund raising consists of an annual Traditional Christmas Tea and Bazaar, other community events and a quilting group.

While our church building is older, it is kept in excellent condition. Our Parish hall was built in the 1950s and has seen several major renovations, the most recent being in 1996. This facility is in use almost every night, sometimes with two or more groups meeting at the same time.

We would be delighted if you would come join us!!