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.
Pilgrimage awakens God’s Spirit within us in a way that almost nothing else does Results of the Questionnaire This past fall members of the congregation potentially interested in travelling to Spain next September to walk the Camino de Santiago, and/or participating in a number of local pilgrimage walks, were invited to complete an on-line questionnaire. […]Read More
As we await the birth of our Saviour, and celebrate their arrival, we at Redeemer would love for you to join us in worship. Unless stated otherwise, every service will take place in our worship space at 162 Bloor Street West, as well as available online via Zoom. All necessary registration and the links to […]Read More
All are invited to this online musical event to benefit the Common Table at Church of the Redeemer on Wednesday, December 8 at 7:00 PM on Zoom. We have a great lineup for this lovely online event, featuring incredibly gifted Church of the Redeemer community members and a few special guests including: Greg Godovitz, Michelle […]Read More
“As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another…” Proverbs 27:17 Running on the success of the Small Group Learning Initiatives at Redeemer, “Be You” is back and wants you! Coming together as a group on Zoom, participants will share and learn by each other while 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.
‘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