Anglican churches in bala, barkway & gravenhurst

Bala's Trek to Bethlehem Sat Dec 7th 6:00 - 8:30pm Community CentreBala's Trek to Bethlehem Sat Dec 7th 6:00 - 8:30pm Community CentreBala's Trek to Bethlehem Sat Dec 7th 6:00 - 8:30pm Community CentreBala's Trek to Bethlehem Sat Dec 7th 6:00 - 8:30pm Community Centre

HOPE CHEST  2nd hand clothing store at Gravenhurst: Wed&Thur 9:30-12:30

Gravenhurst Craft Group: Mon 9:30-11:30am

St.James, Gravenhurst

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191 Hotchkiss St

Sundays at 11:00am Service with kids program & refreshments 


HOPE CHEST 2nd hand clothing store; Wed & Thurs 9:30-12:30


Monday 9:30-12:30 Craft Group

Wednesdays Chapel at 11:00am

Holy Manger, Barkway

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1014 Ben Lake Rd

1st Sunday of each month at 1:00

All-ages service 


From May-October, we gather on the 3rd Sunday each month also


Annual kids' Church Summer Camp is 1st week in August

Trinity All Saints, Bala

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1024 Bala Falls Rd

Sundays at 9:00

All-ages service & refreshments


Triple Ts (That Tuesday Thing)

Tues 3:30-5pm kids group

Contact Glad glad@muskoka.com


the communities we serve in muskoka

donate online through our profile at www.canadahelps.

Our Priest is the Rev. Heather Manuel revheathermanuel@hotmail.com

   

​​ Christian faith and life

The Anglican Churches of  Gravenhurst, Barkway & Bala are a family of Christians who seek to know  God as revealed to us in the teachings of Jesus, and to live our lives  according to those teachings - "Love God with all your heart, soul, mind  and strength; and love your neighbour as yourself."  We worship, study,  and serve in our communities.  Our church services are a mix of prayer, hymns, Bible readings and reflections; and most of the time we share Communion when we gather. Our services are either onscreen or printed so that you can follow along.  We are a mix of year-round and seasonal  residents from many church traditions, and we cherish our diversity.   Muskoka is a land of blessing, in which God's peace and love can be  experienced in every lake, rock and tree.  May your soul find a  home with us.

 
Our ministry is within the Anglican Diocese of Algoma: www.dioceseofalgoma.com
To learn more about Anglicans in Canada: www.anglican.ca
To learn more about our worldwide work in aid, justice and development www.pwrdf.org

To learn more about Anglicans worldwide:  www.anglicancommunion.org

To learn more about our Peace and Justice Network: www.living-reconciliation.org

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