St. John's, Ida
A Community Church in the Anglican Tradition Since 1819
Learning together to follow Jesus
A little about us...
We are a community church in the Anglican Tradition, located in the beautiful Cavan Hills, 15 minutes west of Peterborough. Being a “community” church means that we are a church for the entire community, not just those with an Anglican background.
We have been "Celebrating Jesus for over 200 years"!
Due to the ongoing developments with the Covid-19 pandemic, we are moving our services online.
Our next online service:
Sunday, August 9th
at 10:30 a.m.
10th Sunday after Pentecost
Never miss a service again!
Click to visit St. John's archive of online services.
See the donate button below if you wish to contribute to the ministry.
An update from Rev. Peter...
I want to let you know that the diocese has given us the green light to reopen for gathered worship on Sunday September 13th provided all the protocols are in place. The wardens set this as a target date for reopening. At the same time, they are working on a plan to livestream the services from St. John’s Ida, for those who would prefer to worship from their homes. There will be an Advisory Board Meeting on Wednesday, August 12th at 7 p.m. to discuss the reopening plan.
In the meantime, we will continue to livestream our church services on Sunday mornings at 10:30. I hope you know that if you miss it on Sunday morning you can still watch it at any time at stjohnsida.com. We also plan to continue the Zoom Coffee Hour on Sunday evenings from 7 to 8 p.m. We have had some wonderful Men’s Fellowship Breakfasts (without the breakfast) in May and June, on Zoom. Stay tuned for further gatherings of this kind.
Thank you for your ongoing support of our ministry in Ida and Omemee. Your financial support, prayers and encouragement mean a great deal as we journey together through these challenging days.
Please be in touch anytime with any questions or concerns etc. I plan to be on holiday from mid-July to mid-August. Rev. Bill will be available for pastoral care during this time.
Grace and Peace,