Anglican Parish of New Beginnings

The Anglican Parish of New Beginnings is in Huron County in southwestern Ontario.   It is made up of Trinity Church, Blyth, St John the Evangelist Church, Brussels, St. Paul's-Trinity, Wingham and St. Peter's, Lucknow.   Rev. Perry Chuipka, previously rector of St. John the Divine, Copper Cliff (Diocese of Algoma) was appointed rector May 1, 2008.

Blyth Ontario Anglican Trinity Anglican Church
Dinsley St W & Gypsy Lane, Blyth, Ontario N0G 1G0

Sunday services are at 9:30 am

Services alternate between Holy Eucharist (1st & 3rd Sundays, Saints and Feast Days) and Morning Prayer (2nd & 4th Sundays).

Brussels Ontario Anglican St John the Evangelist Anglican Church
633 Turnberry St, Brussels, Ontario N0G 1H0

Sunday services are at 11:15 am

Services alternate between Holy Eucharist (1st & 3rd Sundays, Saints and Feast Days) and Morning Prayer (2nd &4th Sundays).


Trinity Anglican Church, Blyth   traces its beginnings to 1860 with the current building being constructed in 1878. The church has an active Anglican Church Women group, as well as a dedicated Altar Guild. Trinity is blessed with having 3 active lay readers as well as a group of lectors who read the scriptures and lead the prayers each Sunday.

A number of caterings each summer are taken on in conjunction with the Blyth Summer Theatre Festival. As well the church runs booths at the large Blyth Dog Show each July and the enormously successful Huron Pioneer Steam Threshers Show held each September for 5 days. Trinity's modern, air conditioned hall is used by a variety of community groups, including the Children's Aid Society of Huron County, Girl Guides of Canada, and a Tai Chi group, as well as for rehearsals for the Blyth Festival.

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St John the Evangelist, Brussels   erected its first buiding in 1864. The 1876 building was destroyed by fire in 1947 and replaced by the current church built in the same style.

The church has an active Anglican Church Women group, as well as a small but dedicated Altar Guild. The congregation takes turn each month to clean the church and this has provided a significant help to the parish budget. St John's has an active lay reader as well as a dedicated group of lectors who read the scriptures and lead the prayers each Sunday. There is also a small, but mighty, choir who helps in leading the singing during the worship.

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LINK:   The parish is in the   Deanery of Huron   part of the archdeaconery of Huron/Perth
 

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