Sign Up for Children's and Youth Ministry
We hope you are enjoying some relaxation this summer! We know families are starting to think about Fall plans too.

In between hockey and music lessons, we want to partner with you in the spiritual nurturing of your children and invite you to make St. Paul’s part of your weekly family rhythms.

We are planning too and want to make sure we are ready to welcome your family.

Is it time for your children to move into Junior or Senior Youth Group or for your little one to leave the Nursery and join our growing Children’s Ministry? The answers to these questions will help us plan most effectively for a fun and engaging Fall season with your children.

Please take a minute to let us know you are coming, by signing up (using the link below) for Children’s & Youth Ministry and updating any of your information.

If you have any questions, please contact Janet Earle (for children) or Dylan Ziegler (for youth).
Interested in Baptism?
We’d love to baptize you or your child at our next baptism service on Sunday, November 20.

The preparation course will run on Sunday at St. Paul’s from 10:30-12:15, starting September 18-October 30 (with a break for the Thanksgiving weekend). This class is required for all adult baptismal candidates and parents who have not previously baptized a child at St. Paul’s.

Please contact Tyler Wigg-Stevenson no later than September 11 if you are interested.
Alpha at St. Paul's
Is there more to life than this?

Maybe you started asking this during the pandemic, or you know a friend struggling through that question.

Consider the Alpha program at St Paul’s, Wednesday evenings this fall. For more information, visit our webpage below.
Refugee Ministry
We believe God is asking us to sponsor another refugee family and we are raising $40,000 over the summer to sponsor a second family.

We have reached over one-third of our fundraising goal! We have been delighted with the congregation’s enthusiasm, but there is still a ways to go.

You can financially contribute here and no gift is too small. We are grateful for any amount you are able to give.

Once we have raised the money, we can start the process of bringing the family here and helping them get settled. If you would like to play a practical role in this ministry, please contact Karen Isaacs.

Thank you to everyone who is joining in this practical and valuable ministry.
ESL Cafe is Coming Back!
Do you enjoy meeting new people from different cultures? Are you interested in helping newcomers to Canada develop their English skills?

Located in the middle of a diverse global city that attracts students, workers, and immigrants from across the globe, St. Paul’s has hosted a vibrant ESL CafĂ© where God has introduced many newcomers to our community and to the Christian faith. We are excited to re-launch ESL CafĂ© in the Fall, on Monday evenings.

We are looking for volunteers to help plan and prepare for ESL Café, and to welcome ESL learners back to St. Paul’s.

Interested in helping? Contact Ben Tshin.
Fall GriefShare and DivorceCare
GriefShare and DivorceCare sessions start in the Fall. We have in-person and virtual options available so that anyone who is in need can join. Please note, there is a $25 registration fee.

In-Person: Thursdays from September 8 to December 1, 5:30 - 7pm

Online: Mondays from September 26 to December 19, 6 - 8pm

Hybrid: Thursdays from September 27 to December 20, 6 - 7:30pm

For more information and to register, visit our webpage below.
Contact Us
St. Paul's Bloor Street
227 Bloor Street East
Toronto, ON M4W 1C8

In-person services: 8:15am, 9:30am and 11am.
Livestreamed services: 9:30am and 11am

Children's Ministry (age 4-10): Available in-person during 9:30 and 11am services

Youth Group (age 11-17): Available in-person during 9:30 and 11am services
We envision a church made alive, a city made new, and a people made whole.