Tuesday, June 10, 2008


St James Anglican, Parkhill, Ontario

St James Anglican, Parkhill, OntarioRegular Anglican services began in 1869 conducted by a theological student in a wooden structure. The present building was erected in 1874 with the bell-tower and the Parish Hall built in 1914.

The church supports a number of outreach programs: the local food bank, the Primates Hunger Fund, St. Monica House, Kitchener, and Sleeping Children Around The World.

St. Mary's Anglican, Brinsley, OntarioThe Rector is the Rev'd Gregory Little who is Regional Dean of Medway. The Parish is a two point charge with St. Mary's, Brinsley.

Parkhill is northwest of London, Ontario. Parkhill, Brinsley and other communities were amalgamated into the new Municipality of North Middlesex (2006 pop 6,740) in 2001.