Tuesday, May 06, 2008


Trinity Anglican, Waterford, Ontario

Trinity Anglican, Waterford, OntarioWaterford, Ontario is part of Norfolk County. The area surrounding the town is primarily agricultural land, with tomatoes, tobacco and corn among the chief crops.

Trinity Anglican, Waterford (right) was erected in 1909 and by 1917, was consecrated debt-free.

April 10, a fire destroyed Waterford United Church built in 1855. The blaze was caused by hot tar used by roofers fixing a leak in the addition to the church. The Trinity Anglican and Waterford United congregations held a joint service April 13. Arrangements are being made for the United Church to use the Anglican building until their church is rebuilt.

All Saints', Mt Pleasant, OntarioRev. Darlene Cunliffe, previously Assistant Curate, St John the Evangelist, Kitchener was appointed priest in charge (3/4 time) of Trinity, Waterford and All Saints', Mt. Pleasant January 14, 2007.

Also in Waterford is St. Barnabas, the only Anglican Coalition in Canada church in Ontario. It started in late 2006 and rents space to worship at the St. Mary the Protectress Ukrainian Orthodox Church. The ACiC is opposed to the blessing of same sex marriage. Its sponsoring province is the Episcopal Church of Rwanda. The group is planning to grow by planting new churches.