Celebrating 125 Years

Waterloo’s first Anglican church opened in the present sanctuary in January, 1898.

The Church of The Holy Saviour

We offer traditional and contemporary worship, a strong musical heritage and the biggest Sunday School in the Diocese of Huron. We hope to welcome you soon.

Worship with Us

Eucharists:

Wednesdays at 10 am 

Sundays at 8 am (BCP Eucharist) and 10 am (Choral Eucharist with Sermon)
also on
Facebook and YouTube.

 Choral Evensong
Sunday February 19th at 4:00 pm

Ash Wednesday 
Apr 22 10 am and 7 pm 

 The Diocese of Huron has lifted all COVID restrictions, but strongly recommends wearing masks. Bread and wine are offered at the communion rail.

Get In Touch

 33 Allen Street East
Waterloo, ON N2J 1J1

Phone: 519-743-8772

office hours:
Wed 9-1, Thur 10-2, Fri 9-1
Administrative Ass’t: Christina Austin

Email: infoholysaviour@gmail.com
Interim Priests:
The Ven. Dr. Neil Carver &
The Rev. Dr. Eileen Scully

 

Give

 

We accept online donations through CanadaHelps.org

 

and via E-transfer to infoholysaviour@gmail.com

We Rebuild

Restore…
The aging infrastructure of our church demands that action be taken to modernize the facility. These necessary improvements are the ideal time to improve accessibility and safety forall parishioners.
Nurture…
Our Holy Saviour family is unique. Nurturing our vibrant parish means we must cherish and allow it to grow. From infants to seniors, improved facilities will enable more spirited and joyful family events and foster more community connections.
Celebrate...
Your Church of the Holy Saviour is Waterloo’s oldest Anglican parish with a strong and note- worthy history of positive contributions to our community and support for our parishioners. That legacy inspires our families and encourages others to join us. Our capital campaign will facilitate continuing growth and stability for parishioners. Our fundraising goal is $1,000,000

Rebuild overview main floor

Our Mission

The People of the Church of the Holy Saviour are called by God to work together as a servant community.

We are Empowered by the Holy Spirit to follow Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour.

Following the words of Christ and His actions, we joyfully bear witness in the world to the transforming power of God’s love.

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What’s New Fall 2022

Keeping in Touch Jan 29

Watch a Sermon

The Rev. Victor Kischak, our previous priest, is a strong preacher who often uses elements of pop culture to illustrate his sermons. You can find several of those sermons on his YouTube channel.

Past Services

View videos of our past services.

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