Welcome to St. John the Apostle Parish (Ottawa) website. Established October 8, 1966, our parish is a vibrant Catholic community which serves the Nepean area (south of Queensway, north of Hunt Club between Richmond Road and Woodroffe) through many parish ministries and activities.
For more information, registration , or sacramental enquiries contact Debbie McSheffrey at 613-829-1760.
About St John the Apostle Parish
In the latter half of the 1960's Ottawa's population growth began spilling over into Nepean's north-east quadrant, placing increasing demands on the existing Our Lady of Fatima and St. Martin de Porres Parishes. In supporting a re-definition of parish boundaries, Archbishop Lemieux established St John the Apostle Parish on October 8th 1966 and appointed Fr. John Whelan as founding pastor.
The new Parish's first mass was celebrated in St. Raymond's School's gymnasium on October 16th and two years later, construction began on the church. August 10th, 1969 saw the first mass celebrated in the new church. On the Feast of St. John the Apostle (December 27th), Archbishop Plourde and Fr. Whelan formally celebrated the blessing of the Church and consecration of the altar.
Since its founding fifty years ago, the Parish has grown to become the thriving community it is today.
To make automatic payments to the parish via Pre Authorized Contributions (PAC), click on this link to the pre-authorized donation form, print it off, fill it in and drop it off at the office.