St. Mark's Iroquois Falls
20 Anson Ave., Iroquois Falls, Ontario
The Rev. Canon Patricia Dorland, The Rev. Norma Teigen
Box 489, Iroquois Falls, Ontario, P0K 1E0
Along the banks of the Abitibi River, just west of Lake Abitibi, and just off Hwy 11, is the town of Iroquois Falls. With a current population of approximately 4,500 people made up of mostly French and English people, the town of Iroquois Falls, previously known as Ansonville, was incorporated in 1915. With the construction of the paper mill around that same time, the main employment has always been linked to that industry. The town now bears its name after the nearby waterfalls “Iroquois Falls”. Nearby villages of Porquois Junction and Monteith make up the greater town of Iroquois Falls.
St. Mark’s Church, Anglican celebrated it’s 100th Anniversary on April 28th 2017. The parish is actively involved in the community of Iroquois Falls supporting the local Food Bank, pastoral care for the residents of South Centennial Manor and Anson Hospital, The Christmas Telethon, ministry to The Monteith Correctional Complex and sharing in ecumenical services.
Every Sunday we celebrate a Holy Communion Service at 10:00 a.m.