All Saints’ Anglican Parish is a caring church family that worships God in reverence and wonder. We serve God and our neighbours through music, liturgy, support, and outreach.

The All Saints’ Parish family is caring,
generous and appreciative,
and invites you to join us for worship!

We are located at the intersection of Vidal Street North and Charlotte Street in Sarnia in a large High Victorian structure that is treasured. Our parish was formed through the amalgamation of St George’s, Sarnia; St John’s, Sarnia; and Christ Church, Corunna.

Now that you are here, please visit the various sub-pages by clicking on the links located either above or to the left, depending on the type of device that you are using.

To learn about our mission in the community, visit the “Our Mission” link.

You can read about our priest and our organists by visiting the “Staff” link. Similarly, you can discover who the members of our Parish Council – those who volunteer their time to provide oversight – by clicking the “Parish Council” link.

Our fascinating history, which dates back to the time of the founders of Sarnia, including Commander Richard Vidal, can be found by clicking the “Our History” link. There, you will read about the predecessor church to our beloved Victorian structure, which was a smaller brick building named St Paul’s. It was located just up Vidal Street North on the land that is now occupied by Our Lady of Mercy. You will even discover that it was built by Hon. Alexander Mackenzie, our second prime minister. You are reading about an historic and fascinating parish!

Welcome to All Saints’!