Note that Ontario is currently in the process of re-opening and there are rules and restrictions on capacity and some places require advance reservations. It’s best to call ahead or check websites before visiting to confirm. For more information on health recommendations for the Burlington area visit Halton Region Public Health and/or view and subscribe to the Health and Safety Notices page on the City website.

Churches & Cemeteries

St. Luke's Anglican Church in winter

Enjoy a quiet moment of reflection by participating in a local church service or honour those who have passed by paying your respects at a historic cemetery.

St. Luke's Anglican Church in winter

Places of Worship – Churches

Burlington and its surrounding area has a number of places of worship who welcome visitors to join them for their services and special events. Several of the local churches have been built in the 1800’s and some are open during the week for prayer and reflection.

If you are a history buff, refer to Historic Churches page for more information.

We suggest you contact the church you are interested in visiting to confirm hours and other details.  See listing highlighted below.

Stained glass window at Holy Cross Church


There are 25 cemeteries located in the Burlington area.  Many of these cemeteries are an interesting part of the history of Burlington. Click on link below for listing.

In north Burlington, there are several cemeteries that once belonged to pioneer families that inhabited the area. These families would all be buried together on their land.  They were often associated with churches that were established by the surrounding families. The list of these cemeteries includes:

  • Deforest Cemetery
  • Colling Pioneer Cemetery
  • Salem Cemetery
  • Kilbride Presbyterian Cemetery
  • Kilbride United Cemetery
  • Campbell  – Davidson Cemetery
James Ireland Headstone St. Johns Anglican Church
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