All Saints, King City

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All Saints, King City
The interior of a building, with a vaulted ceiling supported by wood beams. The far end shows the back wall, which has a large wooden cross hung on a wall between two stained glass windows. An altar is visible before the wall, with a central path leading from it to the foreground, adjacent ot which are rows of pews.
All Saints, King City
Denomination Anglican Church of Canada
Churchmanship Broad
Dedication All Saints
Parish All Saints, King City
Deanery Holland Deanery
Diocese Toronto
Province Ontario
Rector The Rev. Dr. Elizabeth Green

All Saints, King City is a parish of the Anglican Church of Canada in the Diocese of Toronto, Ecclesiastical Province of Ontario. It was established in 1857 in Springhill, now known as King City. The facility was originally built of pine cleared from the site, and was covered with brick in 1871. In 1960, the building was extended with the addition of the parish hall.[1]

Weekly services are held on Sundays at 08:00 and 10:30, with nursery care and Sunday School provided at 10:30 am. Its current clergy is the Rev. Dr. Elizabeth Green.


  1. ^ "Doors Open King Township 2007". Retrieved 2007-05-26. 

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Coordinates: 43°55′38″N 79°31′38″W / 43.92722°N 79.52722°W / 43.92722; -79.52722