The Churches of St. John's, Waupoos and St. Philip's, Milford


Cell phone: 1 (613) 929-2757



Events and Happenings

March 8: Women's Bible study at Ailsa's at 9:30.

March 15, 22, 29 and April 56-8 pmThe Earth is the Lord's, Lenten Home Study on creation spirituality at the home of Louise and David Bazett-Jones, 2086 County Road 7 (light dinner to be served, please RSVP Tel: 416-333-2477).

March 17St. Patrick's Day party at St. Philip's with potluck supper at 6 pm.

March 19St. John's Church reopens for worship at 9:00 am.

March 23outreach meeting at St. Philip's at 1:30.

March 23potluck supper and movie night at St. Philip's at 6 pm

March 2611:00 (after worship service) in St. John's hall AGM vestry meeting.

Save the dates

April 1Binding the Brokenhearted. Join Bishop Michael Oulton from 10:00 am until 3:30 pm at Wesley Acres as he speaks of the healing Gospel for a hurnting world. "He healeth those that are broken in heart and bindeth up their wounds." Psalm 147: 3. Registration $15.00 includes lunch and refreshments. RSVP to David Smith at or 613-929-2757.

April 8: your diocesan green group will co-host an event focusing on water justice at St. Peter's Anglican Church, Collins Bay from 9 until 4 pm. Registration $15.00 includes local food lunch and refreshments. RSVP to Paula Walker at or 613-476-6063.

April 16: Easter Sunrise Informal Service (Waupoos location to be decided). 7:00 am Pancake breakfast St. John's hall9:00 am Holy Communion at St. John's Church.

April 19Women's Bible study at Ailsa's at 9:30.

April 19ACW meeting at St. Philip's at 1:30.

April 23Easter Festival of Lessons and Carols at Her Majesty's Chapel Royal of the Mohawk, 52 South Church Lane, Tyendinaga at 5:00 pm. Alex Pierson will be the organist and Bishop Michael will be the preacher. A reception will follow the service.

April 29Yard and Rummage Sale at St. Philip's begins at 10:00 am

May 2-May 7 Rev. Harold Percy in Prince Edward County.

May 4Community BBQ at 6:00 pm and service with talk by Rev. Harold Percy "Regrets, I've Had A Few" at 7:00 pm.

May 9: Service and luncheon for seniors at the Salvation Army, Picton at 11 am.

May 22annual canoe trip on Black River starts at Guernsey's at 11 am.


Monday choir practice at St. Philip's at 4:30.

Thursday Volunteers listen to children read at Athol-South Marysburgh School from 10:30 until 11:20. Please speak to Father David if you are interested.

Friday service of morning prayer is held at St. Philip's at 10 am. Everyone is welcome.





Parish Worship Services

Our Sunday worship unites us as a community when we gather together to praise God and to hear His word. Everyone is welcome!

St. John's, Waupoos at 9:00 a.m.:  3207 County Road #8, Waupoos, ON. *** see below

St. Philip's, Milford at 11:00 a.m.:  44 St. Philip St., Milford, ON  


Please note, this Lent at St. Philip's, we are once again collecting money for the Henry Budd College for Ministry. There are envelopes on the table at the back of the church. 

SundayMarch 26, Lent 4: Service of Holy Communion led by Father David at St. John's at 9:00 am, followed with a vestry meeting. Service of Holy Communion at St. Philip's at 11:00 am with Rev. John Whitall at St. Philip's at 11:00 am. At St. Philip's this will be sandwich and food bank Sunday and Ted Foy will be sharing his photos from his canoe trip in Quebec at our lunch.

Please note: this Lent at St. Philip's, we are again collecting money for the Henry Budd College for Ministry. Envelopes are on the table at the back of the church. Please hand them in by Easter. Thank you.

Readings: 1 Samuel 16: 1-13, Psalm 23, Ephesians 5: 8-14, John 9: 1-41

Coffee is served at both churches following the service.  On the fourth Sunday of each month, we share an informal sandwich lunch after church at St. Philip's.  The fourth Sunday is also Food Bank Sunday.  Your donation of non-perishable food items will be much appreciated by the Picton Food Bank.

Home Communion: Father David is pleased to celebrate Holy Communion in the home of anyone who is not able to attend worship. If you would like home communion or know of someone who would please contact Father David at 1 (613) 929-2757 or            


PWRDF we are always welcome to support the ongoing work of the PWRDF with donations in our monthly blue envelopes. 

Here is information on what is being done by the PWRDF to help victims of Hurricane Matthew - How can you help?Over 1.4 million people in Haiti and 175,000 in Cuba have been affected by Hurricane Matthew. PWRDF has sent $40,000 for relief work in Haiti and a further $20,000 for relief work in Cuba through the ACT Alliance, whose members were active in both countries long before the hurricane and are there for the long term.

The major needs in Haiti are shelter, water, sanitation, hygiene and food.  Cholera and the loss of crops and livelihoods are of particular concern. 

In Cuba, the focus is on providing food security, water and sanitation, shelter and psychosocial support. Food for 30 days will be provided, as well as tools and seeds to help farmers to replant the crops that were destroyed.

Please support PWRDF’s response to this ongoing emergency!


Donations can be made in the following ways: 

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By Phone 
For credit card donations contact:
Jennifer Brown 
416-924-9192 ext. 3551-866-308-7973
Please do not send your credit card number by email or fax.

By Mail
Please make cheques payable to PWRDF, Haiti Response and send to:

The Primate's World Relief and Development Fund
The Anglican Church of Canada
80 Hayden Street
Toronto, Ontario  M4Y 3G2

PWRDF Donations Contact:
Jennifer Brown
416-924-9192 ext. 3551-866-308-7973

PWRDF Humanitarian Response Coordinator 
Naba Gurung
416-924-9192 ext. 321

Anglicans in Canada are praying, acting and giving to those affected by Hurricane Matthew. Please watch for updates on PWRDF’s response to the situation at