The Anglican Ring

Visit   Thomas Brock Fuller   website
The first Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Niagara was born in 1810 in Kingston, Ontario.   He had been rector of St Paul's Chatham, St John the Evangelist Church, Thorold and St Georges' Toronto.   Fuller had been very active in the formation of the new diocese, and it was a foregone conclusion that he would be the first Bishop.

Charles Inglis, Bishop of Nova Scotia
First Colonial Bishop of the Church of England. Dr. Inglis, who had been Rector of Trinity Church, New York, during the progress of the Revolutionary War, was consecrated Bishop of Nova Scotia in 1787.
Christ as the Good Shepherd, St Marys, Ontario St James Anglican
St Marys Ontario

Visit   Southern Trinity Anglican Parish   website
The southwestern Ontario parish is made up of the 3 churches - Christ Church, Colchester; St. Andrew's, Harrow; and St. Alban's, Malden.

Visit   St Paul's Kirkton, Ontario   website
This southwestern Ontario church was established in 1862 with the current brick building being built in 1900.   Now in a 2 point parish with St James Anglican, St Marys, Ontario.

Visit   Anglican National Historic Sites of Canada   website
Twenty-five Anglican Churches have been designated as being of national historic interest.   Designated sites include St Stephen's, Chambly, Quebec, a fine classically inspired 1820s garrison church.

Visit   St George's Anglican, Goderich, Ontario   website
The congregation was established in 1834.   The first church was built in 1843.   The present building was opened on St. George's Day, April 23, 1881.   Unusual in an Anglican Church, the floor of the nave slopes quite noticeably down from the rear to the chancel.

Visit   Anglican Parish of New Beginnings   website
This southwestern Ontario rural parish is made up of Trinity Church, Blyth, St John the Evangelist Church, Brussels, St. Paul's-Trinity, Wingham and St. Peter's, Lucknow.   Settlers, mostly of Scottish descent, but with English as well have been worshipping here since the 1840s.
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