Belleville, Ontario
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8:00 a.m. Said Eucharist BCP
10:00 a.m. Sung Eucharist BAS

Summer time
(June – September)

9:30 a.m. Sung Eucharist


Midday Prayers 12 Noon


10:00 a.m. Said Eucharist BCP


39 Everett St. Belleville, ON
K8P 3K1

Next Steps

Becoming Involved.


The Church by the River….
Take a look at the activities and projects happening at Christ Church, which you are most welcome to come and join or contribute to….


We are here to serve God and one another in community. We do this by being a people of faith, working together to enrich each other’s lives through gathering, worship, celebration, prayer, listening, pastoral care, building authentic relationship.

Becoming a Member

The Church by the River
Christ Church Anglican is a member church of the Anglican Diocese of Ontario, part of the National Anglican Church of Canada and the World Wide Anglican Communion.

Pastoral Care

Baptism and other pastoral services


Prayer Ministry



Lay Ministry Opportunities


Ministry to Children

In Christ... life shared.


Plan a VisitWhat to Expect

Our Mission & Vision

At Christ Church, our mission is to love our neighbour as ourselves and to serve the community in which we stand.

At Christ Church Belleville, our goal is to continue to deepen our bonds within the family of the parish and in our wider community, so that our worship speaks of the authenticity of our work and mission as an Anglican Parish. That we continue to grow and learn together and to support one another in the household of faith, through study, worship and praying together is the foundation of our purpose and journey. 

As we continue to care for one another pastorally, we pray that we continue to be guided by the Holy Spirit in truth and justice and that we may continue to receive God’s Grace in who we seek to be for one another and those who look for a spiritual home and community.


Pentacost 14

Pentacost 14

Mark 7:1-8,14-15,21-23 To love takes us to the heart of the divine...and leads us in the way of righteousness and peace. Do you see and know how an...


When We Gather

8.00am Said Eucharist BCP
10.00am Sung Eucharist BAS
Summer time
Sung Eucharist 9.30am
Midday Prayers 12 Noon
10.00am Said Eucharist BCP

Plan Your Visit

The church by the river ….
We’d love to meet you and have you share our experience of community and worship.
You can just ‘come and see’, and you will be most welcome, or you can plan your visit and chat to us before you come and ask any questions or raise any concerns you might have.
The service times are listed and contact details for you to be in touch, if you desire, are all here……
We are here for you….

Ministry Requests

Our pastoral care team brings emotional and spiritual support to our parish family and at times, beyond, the broader community. For those who are isolated and housebound, unwell and in the last stages of life.

Sunday School

Sunday school meets weekly during the 10am service. Our focus is on the story of Jesus and our story in the great journey of the church.

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September Diary and Happenings

This Sunday …we revert to normal times for Sunday worship.8:00 a.m. Eucharist BCP10:00 a.m. Eucharist BASWeekday services as advertised.Office hours are Monday to Thursday 9 a.m. -1 p.m.Various groups recommence this week coming.Tai Chi and Martial...

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Latest News & Updates

Pentacost 14

Pentacost 14

Mark 7:1-8,14-15,21-23 To love takes us to the heart of the divine...and leads us in the way of righteousness and peace. Do you see and know how an act of love, no matter what the circumstances can transform not only a moment but the life of others in the best...

Summer Series Ends

Summer Series Ends

This Sunday September 5th, marks the last of the summer series 9:30 a.m. Eucharists. From Sunday 12th of September, we return to 8:00 a.m. Eucharist BCP and 10:00 a.m. Eucharist BAS. Weekday services Tuesday 12 noon Midday PrayersWednesday 10:00 a.m. Eucharist BCP...

Pentecost 13

Pentecost 13

John 6:56-69I am the bread of life……abide in me Trust is such a complicated value because it seems so uncompromising and in many ways, makes us unworthy companions in our humanness. We want to trust, we want to be trusted, and Jesus invitation to abide in him causes...