Christ is risen! Alleluia!
We had a meditative Maundy Thursday, a solemn Good Friday and a glorious Easter Sunday at St. Paul’s. We long for the day when we can gather in person again to celebrate the death and resurrection of Jesus. If you missed any of our online services you can find them here, and it was wonderful to have our children and youth join on Zoom. We are grateful to the Chancel Guild for beautifully decorating the church and to all those who donated flower tributes.

May the risen Lord Jesus fill your hearts with hope and joy! Happy Easter!
Join us for our new sermon series this Sunday
Now What? No Seriously... What now?
The community just wants to "get back to normal", but normal never seems to come. Sound familiar?

But it's not 2021. The year is 445 BC, and nearly a century has passed since the first Jewish exiles returned to their homeland, Jerusalem—and their normal life is still in tatters. The people are vulnerable, tired, and scared. God raises up a leader, Nehemiah, who guides the community in restoring their home with courage, justice, and integrity. Equal parts memoir, history, and devotional, the book of Nehemiah shows what it means to live our all-too-short lives trusting in the long arc of God's faithfulness, even when it's hard to see any light at the end of the tunnel.

As the world enters year two of the pandemic and our church embarks on a new season, there's no better book to remind us that the work of rebuilding is always harder and longer than we want it to be—and always worth it, if God is at the centre.

Join us for worship and the start of our new sermon series
this Sunday at 10:30 am on YouTube.
Nehemiah Overview Video
If you're not familiar with the book of Nehemiah, and would like some historical context to better understand our series, check out this helpful and engaging explainer video from the Bible Project.

If you know someone who has questions about life, meaning or the Christian faith, invite them to try Alpha Online this spring!

At Alpha, anyone can explore different questions about faith, hear others' thoughts, and share their own perspectives without being judged.

Want to know what your friends and family can expect when they try Alpha? Share the first episode of Alpha with them!

Have you attended Alpha in the past?
The best things in life are meant to be shared - hope, joy, and faith. Alpha can help you introduce or re-introduce your friends, neighbours, and colleagues to the Christian faith. Your invitation could change someone's life who will you invite?
Come hear about what's happening in Youth Ministry!

Join us on April 8 at 7 pm on Zoom! Parents are invited to bring your favourite drink and get to know Bishop Jenny, Tyler, Ian and other youth leaders.

Meeting ID: 422 211 042
Passcode: 009130
Rebuilding Rhythms of Life
COVID has blown up so many of our daily and weekly rhythms, and there is now an opportunity to ask ourselves what will lifegiving rhythms look like going forward. Christians have faced times like this before – warfare, persecution, plague and famine – and so we are going to look at five ancient spiritual habits (1. Prayer 2. Scripture 3. Worship 4. Stewardship 5. Service and Invitation) that have sustained Christians around the world for 2000 years. 

These spiritual habits can strengthen us as we rebuild our lives coming out of this pandemic. Do join Bishop Jenny for one or all of these sessions. There will be a combination of teaching, conversation and small group discussion over Zoom.

NOTE: You will recieve the Zoom link closer to the date of the course.
Are you a senior and need assistance booking your vaccine?
If you are a senior wanting a COVID-19 vaccine and having trouble booking, please contact our Parish Nurse, Nancy Truscott, at Seniors with no internet can call and leave a message at 416-961-8116 ext. 228.
Contact Us
St. Paul's Bloor Street
227 Bloor Street East
Toronto, ON M4W 1C8


Online Service: 10:30 am on YouTube

Youth Group (age 11-17): 11:30 am on Zoom
We envision a church made alive, a city made new, and a people made whole.