We are a growing, vibrant and progressive Christian community in the heart of downtown Toronto.
We continue to help contain the spread of COVID-19 with a blend of online and in-person worship services. We hold in prayer all affected by the pandemic.
This workshop will be presented by Dr. Cynthia Wesley-Esquimaux, Chair on Truth and Reconciliation at Lakehead University, with Dr. Sylvia Keesmaat, Adjunct Professor, Trinity College, Toronto School of Theology, as […]Read More
During Season of Creation we continue to gather for worship in our beautiful church while still offering a worship service through Zoom for those who prefer to gather that way. Zoom details will be sent out on Friday night as usual. All who wish to attend one of the worship services in the church must […]Read More
An important part of the rhythm of the year for us as a community is Season of Creation. Again this year, Creation Matters@Redeemer will be hosting Season of Creation starting Sunday, September 27 through to Tuesday, October 27. The theme this year is All My Relations: Learning to Live in the Family of Earth. More detailed information […]Read More
Small Groups in Church can unite and transform people, reflecting the Apostle Paul’s encouragement to “stir up one another to love and good works, not neglecting to meet together” (Hebrews 10:24-25). New this September is Be You – an intentional gathering, meeting regularly for the purpose of celebrating and exploring God’s mission, deepening our faith; learning […]Read More
Sunday Evenings at the Redeemer: Bach Vespers, Rock Eucharist, Evensong or Taize Services
Sunday evenings at the Redeemer put a special emphasis on music, with services throughout the month: our Rock Eucharists spotlight contemporary music, while our Bach Vespers feature Bach's glorious Cantatas. We also offer meditative music in our Taizé Sundays, and traditional liturgical music on our Evensong services.
There are no upcoming events at this time.
‘When you don’t have a consistent place to call home, Redeemer is like one. I consider it my home in the morning.’
- program participant