We are using a new online platform which will help keep the photo directory much more up to date, a true living document! If you have any questions or corrections about the St. John’s photo directory project, please speak with Emma or Bethany at church or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our church directory is available to view on any web browser! Instant Church Directory — the program we use to build our church directory — has a free website for church members to view our directory online.
To view the directory online, go to members.InstantChurchDirectory.com to log in.
You will be asked to enter in your email address as it's listed in our directory. If your email address isn't listed in the directory, let email@example.com know so it can be added.
The first time, click on the “Create a login now” under the Sign In button. Enter your email address and set up a password to be sent an email confirmation. Click on the link inside that email to confirm your email and log in with the password you just created.
iPhone / iPad Login. Step-by-step Login instructions for iPhone, iPad or any iOS device.
Android / Kindle Login. Step-by-step Login instructions for Android and Kindle devices.
Online Member Website Login. Step-by-step Login instructions for web access.
A PDF version of the directory for printing is available here, however, the online and app versions will always be more up-to-date. The PDF version is also password protected and for the privacy of our parishioners we cannot post the password here. Look for the password in the April 1 version of The Parish News email, or contact the church office. For privacy reasons, we can only send the password to addresses that appear in the directory.
The office remains closed due the the coronavirus pandemic and is opened only by appointment.
Preregistration is no longer required to attend worship services. Masking is no longer required, but is recommended.
We acknowledge with gratitude and respect that our parish is located on the traditional territory of the Haudenosaunee and Anishinaabe peoples. We are located in the Lower Chedoke Watershed.