There's more to life at the Redeemer than just Sunday mornings.
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Events at the Redeemer
Launching this summer – Holy Grounds is a once a month discussion for Redeemer Young Adults in the boardroom after the 11:15 service. Join us as we dive in and wrestle with scripture, faith and culture. Bring your thoughts, questions, and doubts. Those in their 20s and 30s are welcome!Read More
Redeemer Kids and their families are invited to a picnic at Philosopher’s Walk that will include snacks, games, bubbles and sidewalk chalk! On the day of the picnic we will meet at the church steps at 10:45am and walk over to Philosopher’s Walk together. Feel free to bring your own […]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
The Rev’d David Giffen, on behalf of the Bishop, is pleased to announce that Roshni Jayawardena will be joining us on May 1, 2018 as our new Assistant Curate. Roshni completed a student placement with us from September to December 2017. She is in her final semester at Trinity College completing her Masters of Divinity, […]Read More
Today, David walked the Way of the Cross. Marking each station in ways never before experienced he writes, But then there was the fourth station, where Jesus meets his mother. The first street corner where the hustle and bustle of the city began to close in. The reading of the story and the prayers offered […]Read More