Six Nations Anglican Parish

Six Nations of the Grand River is two contiguous Indian reserves southeast of Brantford, Ontario, Canada.   The original reserve was granted in 1784 to the Iroquois, under the leadership of Joseph Brant, as allies of the British during the American War of Independence.   There are now about 2,700 homes on the reserves.

The four Anglican Churches that make up the Six Nations Parish are:
St Paul's (right) in Sour Spring;   St Peter's (bottom left) in Ohsweken at Chiefswood Rd & 4th Line;   St Luke's (bottom middle);   and Christ Anglican Church (bottom right).

10:00 a.m. Mass rotates weekly through the four churches.   Priest is the Rev'd Norm Casey (phone: 519-445-2661 email: nrcasey @

The parish is in the Deanery of Brant/Norfolk in the Diocese of Huron.

St Paul's Church, Sour Spring
St Peter's Church, Ohsweken St Luke's Anglican, Six Nations Parish Christ Church, Six Nations Parish
Chapel of the Mohawks Sign, Brantford

Within the boundaries of the original land grant is St. Paul's, H. M. Chapel of the Mohawks, Mohawk Street, Brantford (right). It was the first Protestant church in Ontario.   Chaplain to the Chapel is the Rev'd Larry Brown, rector of Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Brantford.   The Rev'd Norm Casey was Chaplain when he was the Honourary Assistant at Holy Trinity.

Chapel of the Mohawks, Brantford, Ontario
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Updated Aug. 19, 2008
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