Julian of Norwich Anglican Church

7 Rossland Avenue

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7 Rossland Avenue

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We invite you to explore the beauty of the community and the joy of worship. Julian of Norwich Anglican Church is a place of love, acceptance, and spiritual growth.

Whether you’re seeking solace, guidance, or simply a place to call home, the doors are open wide, ready to embrace you with open arms. Join us as we come together in faith, celebrate diversity, and journey towards a deeper understanding of God’s love.

Discover new connections, forge lasting friendships, and find your place in this inclusive and vibrant congregation. We can’t wait to meet you, hear your story, and share in the transformative power of faith. Come as you are, and join us on this incredible journey of faith, hope, and love.

 

Worship Services

Sunday @ 8:00 a.m.
In-Person and On-line

Sunday @ 10:00 a.m.
In-Person and On-line

Thursday @ 10:00 a.m.
In-Person Only


We invite you to explore the beauty of the community and the joy of worship. Julian of Norwich Anglican Church is a place of love, acceptance, and spiritual growth.

Whether you’re seeking solace, guidance, or simply a place to call home, the doors are open wide, ready to embrace you with open arms. Join us as we come together in faith, celebrate diversity, and journey towards a deeper understanding of God’s love.

Discover new connections, forge lasting friendships, and find your place in this inclusive and vibrant congregation. We can’t wait to meet you, hear your story, and share in the transformative power of faith. Come as you are, and join us on this incredible journey of faith, hope, and love.

 

Visit Us
Main Entrance
7 Rossland Avenue
Church Hall
9 Rossland Avenue
Phone
613-224-7178
Mailing Address
8 Withrow Avenue
Ottawa, ON K2G-2H6
Worship Services
Thursdays at 10 am
Holy Eucharist
In-Person Only
Sundays at 8 & 10 am
Holy Eucharist
In-Person, On-Line
and by Phone
Renting Space at Julian
When the church is not being used, space is available to rent to the community and to private groups on either a one-time or recurring (weekly or monthly) basis.
Nearly New Shop
Open the first Thursday and Friday of each month
12:00 – 3:30 p.m.
Great bargains on children’s and adult clothing, footwear, purses, jewellery and linens.

Testimonials

We had recently moved to Ottawa and had been going to St. Peter’s on Merivale. We missed a few Sundays and then met the Rector in the grocery store. He very crossly asked Roy (my husband) where we had been and why were we not in Church. Roy was so offended that we immediately looked for another parish, saw an ad for St. Richard’s (1) in the paper, and when we attended were given such a warm welcome that we remained. That was 52 years ago (as of 2023).
Marg H.

One of the first things that struck me about Julian was the sign that said “All Are Welcome”. My previous experiences had been full of barriers and I found that this saying is lived out in this community. This church gives me the freedom to be myself. I can laugh in the church and no one will say don’t do that which I was told in the church I grew up in. Here I know that who I am is enough
Cathy G.

One of the first people who approached me at coffee was so kind and made me feel welcome. I had met a woman at prenatal class and she told me that her parents came to this church and she did sometimes as well. Gradually, I met more young mothers with their children and we decided to get Sunday School going. At that time, there were quite a few young people who were searching to give their children a church community.
Mary K.

(1) St. Richard’s amalgamated with St Michael and All Angels to become Julian of Norwich in 2015.
Nancy & I were long time members of another Anglican parish in Ottawa. At some point we decided that we needed a change. We decided to check out Julian. It felt right from our first visit, even though we knew only one other parishioner. The idea of re-purposing the property for affordable housing was a meaningful and challenging outreach legacy that we could get behind.
Barry & Nancy C.

For years my wife worked as the Office Administrator at St. Richard’s Anglican Church and over time I came to know many members of the community. Whenever I volunteered to assist in some of the many community events, I was always amazed at the dedication of their efforts and with the inviting spirit they exhibited. Eventually I decided to become a full time member of the community.
David D.

A memorable event occurred when the parishioners of St. Richard’s joined us at St. Michael’s for worship services in 2014 and 2015. Attending the eight o’clock services the congregation multiplied ten-fold! It was equally memorable when we joined the St. Richard’s services and the welcome that we received. I will always be grateful. More recently, it has been a most interesting and eventful occurrence at Julian with the arrival of technology and our on-line services.
Mac L.

Contact Us

Mailing Address: 8 Withrow Avenue, Ottawa, ON K2G-2H6
Main Entrance: 7 Rossland Avenue (at Merivale Road)
Phone: 613-224-7178
Email: julianofnorwichottawa@gmail.com