St. John’s Dixie presently occupies approximately 10 acres at the northeast corner of Cawthra Road and Dundas Street in Mississauga. It is joined to the existing historic Dixie Union Chapel and cemetery originally constructed in 1816.
The historic links are closely intertwined with the building of St. John the Baptist Anglican Church in 1870. St. John’s Cemetery was expanded by 8 acres in 1954 to reach its current size. Historically the cemetery holds many of the founding forefathers of the area.
Welcome… and Be Comforted.
Our St. John’s Dixie family is here to welcome, comfort and serve your family. From those working behind the scenes to keep our facilities looking great, to those on the front line ready to greet, counsel and connect you to a trusted funeral director, we work together to provide the services your family needs and wants.
We want to make your experience with St. John’s Dixie Cemetery & Crematorium an exceptional one that you will remember fondly for years to come, just like the family member you have entrusted us with.
We encourage appointments for pre-planning burial and cremation options, but we understand that when a loss has occurred, you may need to speak with someone right away. At those times, one of our staff will respond as quickly as possible.