About our Church

Are you on PAR?

Are you on PAR? “My church is important to me and my financial commitment to it is important.  Whether or not I’m there my church has financial obligations every week.  That is why I use PAR (Pre-Authorized Remittance) to fulfill… Read more >

I’m New

What can you expect if you come to a Sunday service at the Church of the Resurrection (COR)?   First of all, come as you are.  People will be wearing casual clothing (including jeans), or suits, skirts or pants.  Almost anything except beach attire or sleepwear!   Anglicans are “People… Read more >

Wall Hangings

BACKGROUND: Since 2008, the church sanctuary has featured several decorative hangings produced by  Georgina Gray, a RUC member, as part of a Riverside Churches project. At the semi-annual RUC/COR combined service on April 19th, 2009, the original quilts were blessed and officially commissioned… Read more >


Church of the Resurrection features several Accessibility features: The Church building is fully wheel chair accessible as is the main seating area of the Nave. The Chancel and Sanctuary area is not accessible at this time but Holy Communion is… Read more >

Clergy Past and Present

Clergy Past and Present The Reverend J. Harwood-Jones (1964-65) The Reverend Allan Rogers (1965-67) The Reverend George Bickley (1967-73) The Reverend Gerald Churchill (1973-76) The Venerable Ralph Smith (1976-83) The Reverend Canon Harry Brown (1983-89) The Reverend Bob Calderwood (1989-92)… Read more >


Today … This shared church building functions like a community centre, hosting meetings for parish and community organizations including local choirs, music lessons, an Elections Canada polling station, a nursery school, seniors’ events, dances, fund raisers, garage sales, concerts, and… Read more >


Formed as a parish in the Diocese of Ottawa in 1964, we started parish life worshiping in a local public school for our first five years. We entered into an agreement with Riverside United Church to pool our resources and… Read more >