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.
The Bishop’s Committee on Creation Care, Diocese of Toronto has created a Lenten resource – A Fast for the Earth. The resource provides a fast for each week of Lent: meat, consumption, food waste, water, injustice, electricity and ignorance fasts. We hope this will be a meaningful part of your Lent this year. The resource: […]Read More
In their January, 2021 newsletter, the Daily Bread Food Bank selected Redeemer’s The Common Table for its “Agency Spotlight”. They highlight the outreach work done for many years before COVID-19 and the changes made to respond to the greater need during the pandemic. The Common Table continues to provide services to the larger number of […]Read More
This year, we haven’t been able to celebrate the Epiphany of the Lord with processions and story-telling the way we usually do. We can begin some new traditions, however, with an Epiphany home blessing. The resource below and a piece of chalk is all you need. Epiphany Home BlessingRead More
Learning@Redeemer invites all to share the journey of Advent in a series of weekly meditative walks. The themes of the walks will follow the themes of the four candles of the Advent wreath: hope, peace, joy, and love, respectively, and finally, the Christ candle. A focus for meditation from a member of our community, based […]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