Do join us online for Pentecost Sunday on May 23!
Pentecost is the birthday of the church, so mark your calendars and join us online this Sunday at 10:30 am on our YouTube channel

Taking a break from our Nehemiah preaching series, we will be having a SPECIAL musical surprise that you won't want to miss, and children please watch your mailboxes as you have a gift coming that you can unwrap with Children’s Ministry on Zoom that morning. 

The Chancel Guild will be decorating the church, and if you are feeling particularly festive, then the traditional colors to wear for Pentecost Sunday are red and orange – we are pretty sure that fuzzy slippers and sweats come in those colors! 

Invite a friend or work colleague to join you by sharing the YouTube link with them. 

May 30, the following Sunday is Trinity Sunday and, for that great feast of the church, we will be having a service of Spiritual Communion

Hope you can join us.
Back by popular demand!
Life is particularly hard in this ongoing season of COVID-19 isolation. While we miss gathering together with our friends and family and gathering in-person for worship, God still comforts us through God’s Word and Sacraments.

Starting on June 1, we will resume our Tuesday Noon Hour Communion service on Zoom. From Noon - 12:30 pm, we will have our traditional Book of Common Prayer (BCP) Holy Communion service. Every Tuesday a clergy member will lead the service from the Chapel of the Good Shepherd. Join us and participate in this interactive service. While you will not be able to physically partake of the bread and wine, you will be invited to participate in an act of “Spiritual Communion”. Do join us on Tuesdays at lunchtime for this spiritual nourishment. More information about the Zoom link will be posted on our website.

“BLESSING and glory and thanksgiving be unto thee Almighty God, our heavenly Father, who of thy tender mercy didst give thine only Son Jesus Christ to take our nature upon him, and to suffer death upon the Cross for our redemption; who made there, by his one oblation of himself once offered, a full, perfect, and sufficient sacrifice, oblation, and satisfaction, for the sins of the whole world; and did institute, and in his holy Gospel command us to continue, a perpetual memorial of that his precious death, until his coming again.” - Book of Common Prayer.
GriefShare starts May 31
GriefShare takes a Christian approach to the deep hurt that results from the finality of death. Topics include living with grief, the effects of grief, the uniqueness of grief, the feeling of being stuck in grief, and God’s prescription for grief.

GriefShare runs from May 31 to August 23, 2021 from 6 – 7:30 pm on Zoom.

Have your finances been negatively impacted by the pandemic?
If the pandemic has made it harder for you to reach your financial goals, you're not alone. Perhaps you worry whether you're saving enough for retirement. Or maybe you’re concerned you'll never be able to pay down your debts. That’s why we’re running The CAP Money Course starting June 15 on Zoom.

This free 3-week course teaches budgeting skills as well as a simple, cash-based system of financial management.

A "hello" from The Winchester Group
The Winchester Group is a St. Paul’s outreach organization which meets every Tuesday, September to June, from 10:00 am to 12:45 pm in the Library. During Covid-19 we have met on Zoom, Tuesdays from 10:30 am to 11:15 am, while sewing and knitting from home.

This ministry serves Moorelands Kids by sewing flannelette receiving blankets and bibs, as well as knitting winter toques, mittens, baby blankets, and baby sweaters with matching caps. Those who can’t knit, sew and baste! Items are also created for the annual Christmas Sale. As a farewell retirement gift for The Rev. Canon Dr. Barry Parker, the Winchester Group sewed the beautiful quilt shown in the photos below.

All are welcome to join us, on Zoom and (soon, we hope!) in person. Come for conversation and worship, as well as for sewing or knitting. When in person, bring a bag lunch; tea and coffee are provided. For further information please contact Shelley Tidy.
Have you received a vaccine? Consider gifting a vaccine through the #LoveYourNeighbour Project!
Love My Neighbour is a national movement for global vaccine equity, inspired by Millennium Kids and Canadian faith communities, to raise funds to help increase equitable access and delivery of COVID-19 vaccines to vulnerable populations around the world.

If you've received a vaccine, consider donating a vaccine or splitting the cost with a friend:
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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
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