Cranmer Society

Under the pastoral direction of Revd. Dr. Mike Michielin all Queens Students are welcome to join the ‘Cranmer Society’. Here is what’s we’re about! Students are sure to find St. John’s Anglican Church a great place for their faith and ‘mind’ to be engaged!

“The Cranmer Society is an Anglican club at Queen’s University founded in 2019. The purpose of the society is to bring like minded Christians together to experience the liturgy and theology of classical Anglicanism as expressed in the 1962 Book of Common Prayer. The society was founded by several students who desired to fill a gap in the largely Catholic and non-denominational Christian presence on campus. While membership is not exclusively Anglican, it is the hope of the club that by focusing on theological formation and traditional liturgy, the Cranmer Society will help inspire a new generation of faithful Christians. To this end, the Cranmer Society will be holding a regular Evening Prayer service on Thursdays at 5:30 pm at the Morgan Memorial Chapel in Theological Hall on Queen’s Campus.”