Tuesday, February 19, 2008


St. James the Apostle, Wallaceburg, Ontario

St. James the Apostle, Wallaceburg, OntarioWallaceburg is a town of approximately 13,000 nestled on the banks of the Sydenham River, 25 km north of Chatham and 50 km south of Sarnia and within a fifteen minute drive of Lake St. Clair and the St. Clair River.

The Church of St. James the Apostle is the oldest church in Wallaceburg, founded in 1864. It has a beautiful nave and sanctuary and can seat approximately 220 parishioners. St. James has been blessed with two large halls, Steinhoff and St. James, both wheelchair accessible as well as spacious Sunday School rooms and a well-equipped nursery.

St. James the Apostle, Wallaceburg is in a 2-point parish with St. James the Apostle, Port Lambton. Rector is Rev. Len Myers appointed February 1, 2007.