Welcome to the Church of the Redeemer. We are delighted that you stopped in for a visit. This website gives you an opportunity to peek behind the scenes and discover more about the Christian community that gathers at the corner of Avenue Road and Bloor Street in downtown Toronto.
We are a community on the move. We offer hospitality to all people. We seek to serve the needs of the seasoned pilgrim, the sojourner and seeker. We strive to feed the poor and to stand with those in our society who have little to no voice. We nurture our children, support our teens and glean wisdom from our elderly. We are a diverse community that makes room for all people. Whatever the project or endeavour, we steep our ministry in scripture, prayer, sacrament and song.
We invite you to explore this website. We offer you a little taste of our worship, prayer life, programs and community. You may surf the pages at your leisure, sign up for programs, keep in touch by eNews, become a member or friend of the ministry at the corner.
Thank you for dropping in. Enjoy!
Sunday, April 26
In for the Long Haul
Friday, May 1 at 7 PM - The Aboriginal Issues Working Group invites you to hear Justice Murray Sinclair, Chair of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission - more
Are you new to Redeemer, or to the Anglican Church, or to the Christian faith? We’d love to welcome you to the Church of the Redeemer’s Getting Connected community. Our three-part series begins on Monday, April 27 - more
The New Testament - It's All Greek to Me!
Mondays, April 20, 27, May 4 and 11 - designed for those with no knowledge of Greek, we will meet to read passages from the New Testament in Koine Greek - more
Join Jeff Stone on Tuesdays, April 14, 21, 28, May 5 and 12 to learn about the Fresh Expressions initiative and to explore creative, imaginative responses in regards to our neighbourhood - more
Crawford Lake Outing
On Saturday, May 30, you are invited to celebrate the release of the Truth and Reconciliation Report by travelling with members of Creation Matters @ Redeemer and the Aboriginal Issues Working Group to participate in a picnic and storytelling, both scientific and aboriginal, at Crawford Lake Conservation Area in Halton Region - more
Check our calendar for more dates
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