Ottawa and Eastern Ontario
(Dioceses of Ottawa and Ontario)
Lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender people can be sure they’ll receive a welcome in many Anglican parish churches across Canada. Here is a list of welcoming parishes in the Ottawa area. [updated June 2018]
St John the Evangelist
154 Somerset Street West at Elgin Street, Centretown (Downtown)
The pioneer in advocating for the LGBT community. Traditional (BAS) liturgy. Renowned for its choir and music.
Sunday services at: 8:00 and 10:15 am
613 232 4500 | email | website | Facebook
454 King Edward Avenue at Daly, Sandy Hill/Lowertown (Downtown)
Adjacent to the University of Ottawa, drawing many post-secondary students and young adults. Contemporary liturgy. Informal.
Sunday Eucharists at 10:00 (English) and 12:00 (French). Informal gathering Sundays at 5:00 p.m.
613-236-0342 | email | website | Facebook
Church of the Ascension
253 Echo Drive, just south of Pretoria Bridge, Old Ottawa South (central)
Sunday Eucharist at 10:00
613-236-3958 | email | website | Facebook
All Saints Westboro
347 Richmond Road, just west of Churchill, Westboro (west end).
Traditional (BAS) liturgy. Choir. Shares its space with First United Church, Ottawa's first Affirming UC congregation.
Sunday services at: 8:00 and 9:30 am
613 725 9487 | email | website | Facebook
Christ Church Bells Corners
3861 Old Richmond Road, south of Robertson Road, in Nepean (western suburb)
Traditional (BAS) liturgy.
Sunday Eucharists at 8:00 and 10:00
613-829-9287 | email | website | Facebook
Church of the Epiphany
1920 Ogilvie Road at Aviation Parkway, Gloucester (east end/eastern suburb)
Sunday Eucharists at 8:30 and 10:30
613-746-9278 | email | website | Facebook
Trinity Church, Cornwall
105 Second St West, Cornwall
Services Sunday 8:00 and 10:00am and Weds 10:00am
613-933-3991 | email | website | Facebook
Proud Anglicans have participated in the Ottawa Pride parade for many years now.
See our photos from the 2006 Parade.