Tuesday, July 22, 2008


St Stephen's, Oldcastle, Ontario

St Stephen's, Oldcastle, OntarioOldcastle, Ontario is on the southern outskirts of Windsor. St. Stephen's was established in 1841 as a mission of St John's Anglican, Sandwich, Ontario with services taking place on a farm. In 1871 a frame building was constructed and in 1913 the present brick church was commenced immediately to the north of it and consecrated in 1921.

There are 2 services each Sunday. Holy Communion at 8:15 a.m. uses the 1962 rite. At 11:00 a.m. is Holy Communion using the B.A.S. and Morning Prayer every 4th Sunday. St Stephen's, Oldcastle is in a 2-point parish with the Church of the Redeemer, Colchester North. Rector is Rev. Jane Fletcher who is also the Anglican Fellowship of Prayer representative for the Diocese of Huron.