Tuesday, July 17, 2007


St Ann's, Adelaide Village, Ontario

St Ann's, Adelaide, OntarioThe original St Ann’s Church was built in 1833 was a frame building which was destroyed in 1868 during a wind storm. The current brick church was built in 1868.

Adelaide Village is located midway between London and Sarnia. The first settlers in Adelaide Village were predominantly aristocratic army personnel from England and Ireland and gentlemen farmers from Scotland.

St. Ann’s is in a two-point parish with St. John the Evangelist, Strathroy. Rector is Rev Willi Kammerer, regional dean for Medway.