St George’s Church 


Sunday Service

9:30 AM

7051 Guelph Line,

Milton ON, L0P1B0

Holy Week and Easter

March 24 Palm Sunday: Eucharist at 9:30 am

March 28 Maundy Thursday: Eucharist and Stripping the Altar at 7:00 pm

March 29 Good Friday:  We join St John’s (10009 Guelph Line, Campbellville) for Prayers at 2:00 pm

March 31 Easter Sunday: Sunrise Service on the Escarpment (at the back of the Cemetery) at 7:00 am

March 31 Easter Sunday:  Celebration of the Resurrection Eucharist at 9:30 am


St. George’s All-Age Service   

Join us every Sunday at 9:30 am for our all-age service. It consists of a shorter, kid-friendly eucharist liturgy, a prayer circle, and upbeat music led by piano and guitar, after which the children leave for an age appropriate activity while the adults remain in church for the homily. Plenty to nourish everyone. Also, coffee and other refreshments before and after the service.


Come and try us out!

Welcome to St George’s Church, Lowville

You have landed on the home page of St. George’s Church, Lowville.  We are part of the Anglican Diocese of Niagara in Ontario, Canada.  We are located on Guelph Line in Milton, immediately north of Derry Road and about 5 km south of the village of Campbellville.


We meet on Sundays at 9:30 am to celebrate the Eucharist (Holy Communion).  The style of our service is progressive, but recognizably Anglican, and we offer a children’s program throughout the year.  Our building is fully accessible and we have plenty of paved parking.


Please feel free to explore our site.  You will find more information about our worship services under Worship and about our faith perspective under What we believe in the drop down menu About Us.



Why Come to St. George’s?


Here are a few reasons people worship with us:


  • We are a friendly, welcoming community. Join us for refreshments both before and after the service on Sundays and get to know us.
  • We are not judgemental. We respect your beliefs, even if they are different from ours.
  • We will not try to convert you to share our ideas. We don’t have it all figured out, God is too vast for that! We live the mystery of God.
  • Our worship is joyful, but it’s also respectful. How else to celebrate God’s love for each one of us?

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