Rooted in the Word and in worship, we strive to be a vibrant community,
shining the light of Christ into the world around us.

Our building is appropriately located on Church Road in beautiful Spruce Grove and we also have parishioners from Stony Plain and Parkland County.

Our congregation has been active and conducting worship in these communities for over three decades. In the 1980s we were a mission church, meeting in homes and churches of other denominations. We’re now into our second Spruce Grove home, a brick-faced building with a bell tower (but no bell!) and a beautiful sanctuary with a fir-decked ceiling and broad glue-lam beams.

Styles of Anglican worship can range from “high” to “low” and we are generally oriented to the latter, providing those who worship with us an unpretentious, comfortable, and welcoming experience, with inspirational music and easy-to-follow liturgy.
We’d love to have you come and worship with us!

Worship Services

Sunday Morning

Beginning September 1, 2019, we are offering an early 8:00 said service on Sunday mornings, using the BCP (Book of Common Prayer).

At 9:40 — immediately prior to our primary worship service — there is a 20-minute Little Disciples session in the Rector’s Office for children. All (including adults) are welcome.

Our regular Sunday morning service time is 10:00. We gather together to sing, worship, give thanks, and encounter Jesus through God’s word, the sacraments, and one another. We end our worship with coffee, tea, juice, homemade treats, and fellowship in the hall.

Sunday Evening

Once monthly on a Sunday evening at 7:00, we offer Evensong, a service of music and prayer. See the church’s online calendar for the next Evening Prayer service.


Eucharist (BAS) – noon
Each of these services will highlight the saint of the day.

Downloads & Links

Roster – June, July, and August 2019

Roster – September, October, November 2019

Events, Announcements, News

Rev. Billy or Aaron's Recent Sermons

September 8, 2019

September 1, 2019

August 25, 2019

August 18, 2019

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