Are you new to St. Paul's since the pandemic began?
Bishop Jenny would love to welcome you to St. Paul's and get to know you over Zoom at our Newcomers Night. Bring your favourite beverage! Please contact Hilary Wilson for the Zoom link or if you have any questions.
Join us for our current sermon series on Sundays
Now What? No Seriously... What now?
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.

Let's continue to gather virtually with others across the city for worship, prayer, and community on Sundays at 10:30 am on YouTube. Children's Ministry meets on Zoom before the worship service at 9:30 am, and Youth Ministry meets on Zoom at 11:30 am.

>> Missed the first two messages? Catch up here 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.

Parents - you're invited to bring your favourite drink and get to know Bishop Jenny, Tyler & Janet! We'd love to meet you and learn how we can serve you in Children’s Ministry!

April 21 and 22 at 7:30 pm
Meeting ID: 837 6370 8660
Passcode: 709006
Alpha is for anyone who is curious – especially those who want to explore faith for the first time, or the first time in a long time! Over a series of interactive sessions, you can explore life and the basics of the Christian faith with others.

It's not too late to invite someone to try Alpha! You and a friend can join us on Wednesday evenings at 7 pm!
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.
Save the Date – Refugee Resettlement Townhall
Political instability is, unfortunately, a constant in our world and many people are affected by it. Particularly in Central America, people have fled to other countries in search of political stability and food security.

The St. Paul’s Board of Trustees invites you to a Townhall on Wednesday, May 12 at 7:30 pm to discuss a possible role it can play to assist one person seeking resettlement.

Please sign up for the Zoom event on Eventbrite and prayerfully consider where God might be leading St. Paul’s.
Five years later: an update on the Al-Osman family
This year marks the 5-year anniversary of the date that Hozayfa and Samia Al Osman arrived in Canada from Syria, via Lebanon, with their three young children.

St. Paul’s sponsored this wonderful family in February 2016. A lot has happened over the past five years. Samia and Hozayfa welcomed their fourth child almost three years ago. All of their four children became Canadian citizens in 2020. They have all worked diligently to learn English.

In Syria and Lebanon, Hozayfa was a master mason, but last year, he started his own company: High Park Masonry Inc. Samia has started her own business as well! It is a Syrian food catering company, called Taste Syrian Food.

Taste Syrian Food: Facebook Page | Text or WhatsApp: +1 (416) 432-9339 

High Park Masonry: Website | |
(226) 973-9076
Front Porch (Before)
Front Porch (After)
In Memoriam: Cecil Harnett
Cecil passed away April 2, 2021, from his battle with cancer at Providence Hospital in Toronto, Ontario. Cecil’s lifelong servant ministry at St. Paul’s will be missed greatly. The Rector was able to conduct a small funeral at St. Pauls adhering to government protocols.

“Give rest, O Christ, to your servants with your saints, where sorrow and pain are no more, neither sighing, but life everlasting. Amen.”
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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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