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Events at the Redeemer
Part Three- Table: As if God were a party planner Christians are weird. I mean, there’s the stuff they do, then there’s the stuff they say. And behind the doing and saying, the things they believe—about the world, about human beings, about God. All of it? A bit weird. […]Read More
Please join us for the 15th annual reading of A Christmas Carol in support of The Common Table drop-in program. This beloved tradition returns Sunday, December 9th at 2:30 pm. All proceeds from ticket sales and an Angel Tree support the parish’s Common Table drop-in program. This year’s readers are: Craig Lauzon, Actor and Comedian; Peter Keleghan, […]Read More
‘Business?! Mankind Should Have Been My Business!’ This year marks the 15th and final year of our annual reading of A Christmas Carol at Church of the Redeemer. Fifteen years of retelling this powerful story by Charles Dickens. The story that reminds us to care for each other, to share our wealth, to savour life and […]Read More
There will be a special vestry meeting on Sunday, August 12 after the 11:15 AM service. The three items on the agenda are: A mid-year review of the finances with a motion to make any mid-course corrections that are necessary to the budget. Motions in support of the discernment process for ordination to the vocational […]Read More
What kind of a congregation is the Church of the Redeemer? There are lots of ways to answer this question. One that has been employed recently in a meeting of the Advisory Board and referred to in a session of Dialogue with David is something called Church Size Typology. Developed by the Alban Institute, an […]Read More
On June 9, 2018, the Diocese of Toronto will elect a Coadjutor Bishop who will become the 12th Diocesan Bishop. In preparation for this, on June 1 all clergy and lay people in the Diocese of Toronto have been called to engage in a day of prayer and fasting, uniting together in shared sacrificial listening […]Read More