We are a growing, vibrant and progressive Christian community in the heart of downtown Toronto.
To help contain the spread of COVID-19 we have moved our worship services online. As we prepare for the day when we can gather in person again, we continue to hold in prayer all affected by the pandemic.
This summer, for our evening service we are gathering through Zoom at 7 PM for Compline. This service is a Christian tradition of bedtime prayers. The name comes from a Latin word meaning ‘completion’ (completorium). These traditional prayers unveil God’s grace in all of our endings—the day’s end, the week’s end, and our last nightfall. […]Read More
This summer, we are pleased to offer Vacation Bible Camp for the children of our community and their friends and relatives. The Camp, Feasts and Beasts, invites us to explore the many adventures of Daniel including surviving on just vegetables, interpreting dreams and getting thrown into a lion’s den! We will gather on Zoom from […]Read More
We are pleased to announce that our evening services will be shared through Youtube each Sunday night at 7 PM. We’ll post the link on our Facebook page and in the calendar posting here on the website as well as here. We encourage you to subscribe to the channel because more content will be added […]Read More
The Indigenous Solidarity Working Group has developed a proposal for a mural to be painted by a prominent Indigenous artist. The mural would be installed on the lower cement section of the wall along Avenue Road. A theme has not been chosen for the mural, but it will be an acknowledgement and celebration of the […]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.
‘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