St.John's Anglican Church, Vankleek Hill is a parish of the Anglican Diocese of Ottawa and the Deanery of Stormont.
The Venerable Doug Richards is our Incumbent. We are a welcoming church that strives "to know Christ and make him known".
Visitors and newcomers are invited and welcome to attend worship services and other events anytime.
Contact information for St. John's Anglican Church, Vankleek Hill can be found at the bottom of this page and
visit us on Facebook at Anglican Parish of Vankleek Hill.
During 2018 after much discussion with clergy, wardens, treasurers, parish councils and congregation members,
it was decided to create two Area Parishes in the Deanery of Stormont with a minister appointed to each Area Parish.
The Venerable Doug Richards was appointed Archdeacon of the Deanery of Stormont in November 2018 following the retirement of the
Venerable Frank Kirby.
The first Area Parish created was the Area Parish of Prescott-North Glengarry with Grenville/Calumet
encompassing Holy Trinty, Hawkesbury, St. John's Vankleek Hill, St. Michael of All Angels, Maxville; the Parish of Grenville/Calumet
and the Chapel of St. Paul's Fenaghvale; effective June 2018. The Venerable Doug Richards is the Incumbent.
The second being the Area Parish of the St. Lawrence
encompassing Trinty, Cornwall; Christ Church Seaway, Long Sault; St. John the Evangelist, Lancaster;
effective November 2018. Rev Patrick Stephens if the incumbent.
An Area Parish website is anticipated in 2019 and until then contact information for St. John's Anglican Church, Vankleek Hill
can be found at the bottom of this page and visit us on Facebook at Anglican Parish of Vankleek Hill.
Come out to worship with us and visit the area. Vankleek Hill calls itself the Gingerbread Capital of Ontario. Our service times and locations are listed on the Services page. If you want to learn a bit more about us see our About Us and our Outreach pages.
We have also included a number of on-line resources that may be of interest to you. See the Resources page for more details. There is also a section on the Resources page which includes a number of further links to local Vankleek Hill web sites, for more information about the area.