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.
St. James' Church
2118 Adjala-Tecumseth Townline,
Sunday at 10.30am & 12noonThe 12noon Mass is not celebrated in June, July, Aug. & Sept.
Monday & Friday at 7.00pm
Every Friday from 3.30pm - 6.30pm
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.
Mass will be celebrated at 9.30am on Ash Wednesday, February 26th, at St Francis Xavier Church, Tottenham and also at 7.00pm at St. James Church, Colgan.
Stations Of The Cross
Every Friday during Lent, the Stations Of The Cross will begin following the 7.00pm Mass at St. James Church, Colgan.
Parish Lenten Mission
March 22 - 25: St. James, Colgan
- Sunday March 22 at 3pm: Viewing of two DVD’s - A Plea to Humanity & The Eucharist - In Communion with Me
- Monday March 23 following the 7pm Mass: Fr. Bob Reddy speaking on the Passion of our Lord. Please read the gospel of St. John 18:1-19 in preparation.
- Tuesday March 24 from 7pm - 8pm: Lenten Confession with visiting priests
- Wednesday March 25 at 7pm: Mass of Healing Prayer with Father Terry McKenna presiding
CWL Easter Egg Decorating
On Saturday March 21 from 9am to 3pm at St James Church Hall for adults only. Supplies, lunch, refreshments all for $15. Sign up at the entrance of the church.
Knights of Columbus Bingo
Friday April 17 at 7.30pm at St James Church Hall for adults only. Prize pool will be $500.
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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