The Anglican Parish of St. Mary the Virgin, Blackburn

Part of the new 5 Point Parish with:

St. Marks Cumberland, St. Mary's Navan (Town) , St. Andrew's Vars, Trinity Bearbrook

The Rev. John Wilcox + Assistant Curate The Rev. Kristy Reimers-Loader

The Anglican Diocese of Ottawa

Be as Christ today!
Our Community seeks to make Christ known
by serving a world in need

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  Welcome to our Sunday Service.

All are welcome.

(all baptized Christians are invited to take part in the

Eucharist service.)

Sunday Service Time - 8:30am

Children/Family service the 1st Sunday of each month

Presiding alternately:

Priest in charge: The Rev. John Wilcox

Assistant Curate: The Rev. Kristy Reimers-Loader


 Serving the areas of:

Blackburn Hamlet, Chapel Hill North, Bradley Estates and the Ottawa area.



Church Google Street View link.

January 11 Bulletin & Announcements


Seniors Residence Services:

Blackburn Lodge

Cleroux Cr.

Blackburn Hamlet

2nd Thursday 2:00pm

each month


Innes & Bearbrook Rd.

Blackburn Hamlet

3rd Tuesday 2:00pm

each month

Book Club: Last Thursday of each month, 7:30pm, Amica -2nd Floor Library.


Church Contacts:

P.O. Box 47032
Ottawa, ON K1B 5P9

our Church Location:

2750 Navan Rd. 2 minutes south of Innes Rd.

Telephone c/o the 5 Point Parish:




(Notice Board below)



When: Sat., Jan. 31, 2015 from 4:30 pm to 7:00 pm
Where:Blackburn Hamlet Community Centre,

           190 Glen Park Drive, Blackburn Hamlet.

           (next to Blackburn Arena)

You are invited to attend a “Messy Church” being hosted by St. Mary the Virgin Anglican
Church, Blackburn Hamlet. Everyone is welcome, no admission.
It’s time of creativity (crafts), worship and eating together. A pot luck supper meal will be served.

Call Josephine (613) 841-8694 for more information.


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Bible Study Group

with our

5 Point Parish partners.

Thursday mornings at 10AM

at St. Marys in Navan

Jan. 8, 15, 22, 29



What is Messy Church?

Messy Church is one church's attempt to be church for families who might want to belong to their local church and bring up their children as Christians but can't cope with the traditional Sunday morning church services.

It's a once-a-month time of creativity, worship and eating together.


The parish plans to expand our
current church facilities to achieve
the following goals:

meet the needs
of the Anglican community in our
area; and provide additional space
for parish activities.
The Diocesan wide stewardship
initiative, Growing in Faith Together
(GIFT), will help us to achieve our
goals. This fundraising program
invites each of us to make a pledge
to our Diocese and our parish. The
money our parish raises will
support out expansion plan.