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Events at the Redeemer
It’s that time of the year again! We are getting ready for this year’s pageant. Rehearsals begin on Sunday, November 26, so please be sure to sign up your child no later than November 24. There are roles for wee ones and big kids, and there are options for speaking […]Read More
Grief, stress, financial pressures, and unhappy memories of Christmases past can make the Christmas Season an especially difficult time for many people. Sometimes people find it helpful to take a break from the hype and boisterous noise of the season. We invite those who might find it hard to feel […]Read More
A Dramatic Reading of “A Christmas Carol” This beloved tradition returns Sunday, December 10 at 2:30 pm. All proceeds from ticket sales and an Angel Tree support the parish’s Drop-in Program. This year’s readers are: Duke Redbird, journalist, poet and Anishnabe Elder; Kristyn Wong-Tam, Ward 27 City Councillor; Kathryn Brownlie, […]Read More
Each day, Monday through Friday, for more than 40 weeks of the year, the Church of the Redeemer, through our drop-in program, offers a welcoming space for all who are tired, struggling with economic or health challenges, who are homeless, living in shelters or under-housed, or those looking for a place to belong, find […]Read More
On Sunday, October 1 our young adults group will join together for the first event of the year. The group will gather in worship and community at the 7 PM Rock Eucharist featuring the music of Joni Mitchell and afterward, will head over to the Duke of York pub to get to know each other. If you, […]Read More
Earlier this summer, our youth group participated in an exchange experience with youth groups from St George’s on the Hill (Toronto) and St Mary with St Mark (Yukon). This was the first part of their exchange as they welcomed the youth from Yukon. Next year, youth from both Toronto parishes will make the trip to […]Read More
For all who served water before the Pride parade started and helped with set-up and take-down of the water station: thank you. For all who walked in the parade or rode on the bus and waved, cheered, high-fived, and greeted your way down the parade route: thank you. For all who watched the parade and […]Read More