We are a church that loves God, believes in Jesus, and supports the community.

You Are Welcome Here

Embracing all individuals regardless of age, situation, or life story. Drawing on the rich tradition of Anglican worship to create a warm, lively environment where people discover and deepen their relationship with God, while serving their neighbour through outreach to the community.

Newcomer Info

People of all ages and backgrounds are welcome to join us in worship, wherever they are on their faith journey. 

We have a small parking lot at the top of the driveway, and normally we try to keep it available for those with mobility challenges.  On Sunday mornings, street parking is permitted on Millside Drive beside the church and on Fulton Street, across Main Street from the church. 

Wear whatever you like, “Sunday best” clothes are not required. 

Sidespeople are stationed at the main entrance to the church to greet you as you come into a Sunday service, and can answer questions you might have and can help you find a seat if needed. 


Our services are made up of prayers, Bible readings, and a homily (message from the priest) as well as hymns and other music led by our music director and choir members.  Hymns and parts that include congregation responses are projected on the walls at the front of the church.  Singing is encouraged, but you can also choose to just listen and enjoy the music.


Anyone who is baptized is welcome to take Holy Communion, but it is not required.  
A collection is taken but is not required.  There are guest envelopes available at the back of the church if you choose to make a donation and would like to receive a tax receipt.

Children are welcome in the service.  When our Kid’s Spirit program is running (most of the school year) there will be a children’s address at the start of the service and then the children who want to participate will join the teacher in the parish hall for much of the service, returning in time for communion. 

 

If required, there is a change table in the Narthex washroom just outside the doors on the left at the front of the pews. 

Our Clergy

karine

Reverend

The Rev. Karine Snowdon graduated from Huron University College (an affiliate Anglican College of Western University in London, ON) with her Master of Divinity degree in 2007. She was called to ordination to the Diaconate in February 2008 at St. Paul’s Cathedral, London Ontario and called to ordination to the Priesthood in June 2008 also at St. Paul’s Cathedral, London, in the Diocese of Huron.  

She served in The Parish of the Holy Spirit (Clinton, Seaforth and Mitchell) from 2008 to 2015. She then moved to the Diocese of Rupert’s Land where she served as Interim Priest at Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Winnipeg for two years. She moved back to southern Ontario and served as an Honorary Assistant at St. Matthias & St. James the Apostle Anglican Church in Guelph. She became Rector of Grace Church, Milton on 1 May, 2018. She is excited to share in the ministry with the people of Grace Church as we serve God together in our community. She and her husband Thomas are happy to be part of both the Grace parish family and the Diocese of Niagara family.

Our Administration

People’s Warden

Envelope Secretary

Music Director

The son of an Episcopal priest, Richard began his career as a church musician at the age of ten.  After study with distinguished teachers in the U.S.A. and France, he moved to Canada to become Organist & Master of the Choristers at the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist in Saskatoon (1965-67).  

Subsequent positions include Organist-Choirmaster of St. James’ Church in Dundas (1967-76), founder and Artistic Director of the Te Deum Orchestra & Singers (1968-2002), and Director of Music at Melrose United Church in Hamilton (1981-92). He has performed more than a hundred recitals in Canada, the USA, England, Scotland, and France including Trinity Church Wall Street and St. Thomas’ Church in New York City; Queen’s College, Oxford University; and Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris.  

He has made numerous broadcasts for CBC Radio 1, Radio 2, and CBC-TV as well as issuing long-playing phonograph records and compact discs. He has been directing the music at Grace Church since March of 2017.