Mass Schedule - new times
Monday to Friday 7:00 pm
Saturday 5:00 pm
Sunday 10:30 am 6:00 pm
Before leaving for church, please consider whether it is safe for you to attend.
Please stay at home if:
You’ve returned to Canada in the past 14 days
Have any COVID-19 symptoms including: fever, cough, severe fatigue, loss of appetite, shortness of breath, muscle aches
Parishioners are asked to take their temperature at home before coming to church, as an extra precautions.
Archdiocese of Toronto
Celebration of Sacraments
please contact office.
please contact office.
Couple contacts office
one year in advance.
St. Ann Parish Mission
Moved by the Good News of Christ Jesus, St. Ann’s is a servant community where we:
value our diversity and welcome everyone;
provide a safe circle for the growth of the human spirit free from judgmental attitudes;
are committed to just and compassionate action;
joyfully celebrate and participate in the Sacraments.
Re-Opening of St. Ann Parish
St. Ann Parish is now open to the public to celebrate daily
and Sunday Masses
Due to our current situation, some of restrictions have been put in place to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
We ask everyone to wear facemask as a support, respect and safety for all. Everyone who enters the Church will sanitize their hands and will be asked to sit in the same place till the end of the service and maintain physical distancing at all times.
If you feel not well and have been treated or close to someone with COVID -19 symptoms, please do stay home, and follow the advice of your health workers and Public safety measures.
All the liturgical (Lectors, Eucharistic Ministers, Music, Altar Servers, Ushers..) Social and Educational ministries have been asked to cancel till the time is safe for them to minister.
For the money collection, a basket is placed where you put your envelopes.
For the receiving of Holy Communion please follow the markings on the floor.
Office is closed until further notice. We will try our best to accommodate and meet all the pastoral needs.
Printed bulletins are not distributed at this time.
No access to hall as the food donations are stored and no access to washroom.
Accessible washroom should be used only for urgent needs.
Together we can support one another as we face these re-opening
with mutual cooperation and care for everyone.
Fr. Wilson Andrade, CSC
How to Return to Mass
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