Welcome to The Eucharistic Community
St. Mary, St. James, St. Francis Xavier
We are a Roman Catholic parish community within the Archdiocese of Toronto, with three churches located in Tottenham, Colgan and Achill, Ontario.
At this time, St. Francis Xavier Church and St. Mary’s Church remain closed and all celebrations of Holy Mass will take at St. James' Church, where we have plenty of space to worship together and protect each other. The Mass schedule is below. Mass intentions can be found here.
Capacity is restricted and we are operating on a first come, first seated basis. Please be patient if the Church is full when you arrive and consider attending the next or a weekday Mass. The Church will be sanitized after every use.
The Archbishop continues to offer dispensation from our Sunday obligation. For those unable to join us in person at St. James' Church, a live stream is available from St. Michael's Cathedral Basilica on Youtube by clicking here.
St. James' Church
2118 Adjala-Tecumseth Townline,
Saturday at 5.30pm and Sunday at 8.30am & 10.30am
Monday & Friday at 7.00pm, Tuesday & Wednesday at 9.30am, Saturday at 10.30am
Prior to Mass on Friday and Saturday evening
St. Francis Xavier Church
72 Queen Street North,
Saturday at 5.30pm & Sunday at 8.30am Tuesday & Wednesday at 9.30am
Every Saturday from 5.00pm - 5.30pm
St. Mary's Church
2458 Concession Road 4,
Sunday at 9.00am Mass is also celebrated in the chapel of Simcoe Manor Care Home, Beeton, on Saturday at 10.30am.
During ongoing construction, St. Francis Xavier Church is closed. Perpetual adoration will resume in the near future. We apologize for any inconvenience.
First Communion and Confirmation
We are sorry to inform you that, at this time, the celebration of these sacraments will not take place. Please continue to check the website for updates and further instructions.
Thank you for your continued support of our annual appeal!
ShareLife agencies throughout the Archdiocese of Toronto helped 140,000 people locally last year. Thanks to generous donors like you, these Catholic agencies are serving those among us who are poor, sick and marginalized.
ShareLife funds over 40 agencies that provide unconditional care, regardless of religious affiliation. Helping the ShareLife campaign in our parish is a great way to live the Gospel by providing for those in need. These services are made possible through our generosity toward ShareLife. When we share our resources with these agencies, we are helping them to grow in response to the increased demand for service they face especially now more than ever. This results in a positive impact on the lives of those who turn to them for help.
Please help us reach our parish goal of $40,000.00. Our parish to date, has raised $12,978.60; thank you for your generosity. As we struggle through this very challenging time together, please consider making a sacrificial gift to ShareLife through our parish or by going to sharelife.org and together we will make a difference in the lives of many in need.
Pray the Rosary Daily Online
Michael and Lori-An Lewis invite our parish community to join together every evening at 7.30pm to pray the Rosary together. You can join by telephone or online using Xoom. You can find the joining instructions here.
The cemetery at St. James Church is a special and holy place. It has served as the burial ground for the Catholics in this area for many generations. It is a large cemetery located behind the church.
The cemetery now has a new Columbarium. There are a number of niches available to choose from overlooking the historic and quiet church grounds. The surrounding countryside offers a scenic setting to remember and visit your loved one.
Memorial urns are also available for purchase for your convenience. We offer both single and companion urns in a modest selection of cultured marble designs. For more information contact the Parish office.
Please be reminded that all stand-alone wreaths are not allowed on cemetery grounds during the period of April 1st through October 31st. Also, we ask all lot owners to remove any item which could pose a safety hazard for visitors and maintenance staff or cause damage to equipment. Prohibited items include: glassware, ceramics, metal rods/hooks, lawn ornaments, toys and stones. We appreciate your co-operation in helping to keep our cemetery safe.
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