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.
Redeemer is hiring! We seek a part-time (14 hours per week) Donations and Administrative Coordinator to support Karen Chandler, our Director of Parish Operations, in donation management, rentals, and administration. Located at the Church, in the lower level, this position involves computer work sitting at a desk. Additional hours will be required at the end […]Read More
We are particularly focusing on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Call to Action # 59 We call upon church parties the Settlement Agreement to develop ongoing education strategies to ensure that their respective congregations learn about their church’s role in colonization, the history and legacy of residential schools, and why apologies to former residential school […]Read More
On Thursday, June 17, 2021, Margaret Sault, Director of the Land, Membership and Research Department of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation provided “An Introduction to the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation” to close to 50 members of Redeemer. The evening with Margaret Sault was the first in a series of events called […]Read More
All kids are invited to join us for a virtual Vacation Bible Camp to explore the many adventures of Paul and early Christian community! Together we will experience Paul’s dramatic conversion, his escape from Damascus in a basket and his shipwreck on the island of Malta. VBC will run from Monday July 19th to Friday […]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