Advent Lessons & Carols
We’re excited to present an early evening service of Advent Lessons and Carols!
November 28, at 4pm, we gather for a special service of lessons and music. Our classical and contemporary musicians have prepared a wide range of Advent music focusing on the hope and anticipation of Jesus’ birth.
Bring a friend or work colleague and enjoy some beautiful seasonal music!

Register below to save your spot.
Meet Meredith Hawkins!
Meredith Hawkins is joining St. Paul’s this year as a part-time theological student, studying for her Master of Divinity at Wycliffe College. She grew up in Toronto and attended medical school at the U of T, where she made connections to some of our St. Paul’s community!
Since then, Meredith has lived in New York City for many years where she conducts medical research and leads a global health program.
She loves to cross-country ski and looks forward to getting involved with the different programs in the church. 

"Prepare Ye the way of the Lord!"

Slow down as a busy season starts.

Begin your celebration of Advent with an in-person Quiet Afternoon on Sunday November 28 from 1:30 to 4 pm in the historic and sacred space of St. George by the Grange.

Our Theological Student, Meredith Hawkins, will lead guided activities in the Christian contemplative tradition. All are most welcome to attend what we hope will be a deeply meaningful Advent experience.

Registrations close on November 22.
8:15am Holy Communion
We are happy to announce that the 8:15am service of Holy Communion (Book of Common Prayer) will be returning on the first Sunday of Advent (November 28th) in the Chapel of St. Paul. 

As we continue to adhere to the stringent cleaning protocols required by the Diocese of Toronto to keep our community safe, we are pleased to be able to bring back the 8:15am service.
Registration will open along with the other services every Monday at 9am. Please register to save your spot!
A Look Back on Remembrance Sunday
This past Sunday we came together to remember those who laid down their lives so we may live in peace and freedom. The Queen's Own Rifles performed a beautiful Laying of the Wreaths at the Cenotaph, followed by our Classical service where we continued with The Presentation of the Book of Remembrance, and the Last Post and Reveille. If you missed the service, you could still participate by watching it here.
If you are able, you can join to remember and commemorate those who laid their lives down for our nation.
Tomorrow November 11, take a break from your day and come and pay your respects.
When: Thursday, November 11 at 11am
Where: Cenotaph with the Queen’s Own Rifles and Bishop Andison

Thank you for financially partnering
with God here at St.Paul’s! 
Thank you very much to everyone who responded to our Rector’s Thanksgiving Letter – some signed up for Pre-Authorized Giving for the first time, others increased their monthly online contribution, others made one time gifts and so many of you are praying for our ministry here. Thank you. 
We simply could not continue to be the hands and feet of Jesus in this city and around the world without your financial support. 
There are multiple ways to give at St. Paul's Bloor: online, pre-authorized, securities as well as physically giving on a Sunday morning. To find our more about these giving methods, visit our website or contact our Accounting and Stewardship Admin, 
Register for this Sunday!
Don't forget to register for this Sunday's in-person services. Whether you're going to the 9:30am Contemporary or the 11am Classical, make sure to pre-register you and anyone coming with you to save your spots!
We love to serve you and your family, and our Children's and Youth Ministries are back in full swing. If you feel safe and ready to do so, register your kids to their programs as well!
Follow the links below to register.
We can't wait to see you!
Contact Us
St. Paul's Bloor Street
227 Bloor Street East
Toronto, ON M4W 1C8

In-person and livestreamed services: 9:30am and 11am

Children's Ministry (age 4-10): Available in-person during both services

Youth Group (age 11-17): Available in-person during both services
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