St. Anne’s Anglican Church

270 Gladstone Avenue
Toronto, ON
M6J 3L6

St. Anne’s, Gladstone Avenue in Toronto is a National Historic Site and parish of the Anglican Church of Canada, established in 1863.

By Subway

St. Anne’s is located south of the Dufferin subway station: Take the southbound 29 bus to Dundas Street; walk east one block on Dundas Street and turn left on Gladstone Avenue. The church is on your left.

By Streetcar

Take the College or Dundas Streetcar from downtown, westbound to Gladstone Avenue; Walk south from College Street or north from Dundas Street.

By Bicycle

From the Martin Goodman Trail: Go through the exhibition grounds and north on Dufferin Street. After you pass Dundas Street, stop and lock your bike in front of the Parish Hall (on your right), or walk through between the buildings to the church, and lock up against the metal fence. Enter the church by walking east between the Parish Hall and St. Anne’s Place. Note that the Ministry Centre (offices and meeting rooms) is located at 276 Gladstone, just north of the church.

From Bloor Street: Go south on Dufferin Street, turn left at Dundas Street; park your bike in front of the Parish Hall; walk between the St. Anne’s Place and the Parish Hall to the church.

By Car
Driving from the Lakeshore: Go through the CNE grounds, and turn north on Dufferin Street. Turn right on Dundas, and make an immediate left on Gladstone Avenue (Note that left turns are not permitted on weekdays between 7 a.m. and 9 a.m. Instead turn right on College Street and then right on Gladstone.).

Driving from Bloor Street: Go south on Dufferin Street; turn left on College Street; turn right on Gladstone Avenue. The church is on the west side, and the parking lot to the left of the church. There are four reserved church parking spots during the week nearest the wheelchair ramp, and all spots are available on Sunday.