Rev. Helena-Rose Houldcroft
Priest in Charge
Pastor Jim Halmarson
Rev. Barbara Russel
|Canon Nind Hall Manager
|Bob Deane; Dick Raymond; Diane Morrison
|Ann Raymond; David Wright
Canon Thomas A. Nind served as our Parish Priest for fifteen years, from 1937-1952. The hall and kitchen were built and furnished for community use entirely with funds raised by the congregation. It was dedicated on November 28, 1970, by Bishop Snell.
For inquiries, please contact Diane Morrison (905) 349-2272
Located behind the Church on a quiet lawn shaded with maple and black walnut trees, and lined with pines and cedars.
The earliest marker is dated 1815.
FIRST SUNDAY IN JUNE is DECORATION DAY.
It is a special day to remember and honour our loved ones. The Decoration Day Service begins in the Church at 10 am. and then move to the lovely grounds of St. George’s Cemetery.
Please feel free to decorate the graves of your loved ones, preferably with cut flowers on the stones which will not impede the lawn mowers.
We are grateful to the Grafton Legion who, each year, mark the graves of those that have served in the Armed Force
For inquiries, please contact (905)349-2323
What kind of church are you?
St. George's Grafton is an Anglican parish church in the Diocese of Toronto. We are a part of the Anglican Church of Canada and the worldwide Anglican Communion, a network of national churches in over 85 countries.
I am interested in having my child baptized. Can you help?
We are very happy to hear about your plans and we want to support you in making this important decision for your child. Please get in touch with our priest, who will talk with you about the process.
Can I get married in your church?
Congratulations on your engagement. There are certain requirements for Christian marriage in the church. Our priest would be happy to sit down with you and talk it over, and you are welcome to stop by and see the church.
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Is there music in the service?
Music is very important to us. We have an organist and we sing traditional and contemporary hymns.
Can I take Communion?
All baptized Christians are welcome to receive the bread and wine. Everyone is welcome to the altar for a blessing. If you cross your arms over your chest, the priest will bless you.
Is parking provided?
Yes, we have a large parking lot, right beside our church.
Is the church accessible?
The church entrance has a ramp and accessible washroom. Microphones are used for the readings and sermon.