A community of Faith, Justice and the Arts
in the heart of Toronto’s Annex
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427 Bloor Street West
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Worship of God, nurture of one another, and the struggle to be faithful to God’s purposes lie at the centre of our community and our outreach. We affirm that all who seek to live faithfully regardless of ability, age, class, ethnicity, gender, race or sexual orientation are full participants and are urged to take full responsibility in the life, membership and leadership of the church.
We seek to be a community of faith that:
- witnesses publicly as a Christian community
- takes a stand on issues of social justice, locally and globally
- deepens our relationship with the arts community, with other faith communities and with our neighbours.
Trinity-St. Paul’s (TSP) Centre for Faith, Justice and the Arts is a vibrant community hub in downtown Toronto that has been serving the local and extended neighbourhood for more than 125 years. Today, we are home to 60 organizations – cultural, educational, religious, recreational, community and social service groups.
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Upcoming events from the Indigenous Rights Solidarity Group May 17-18
Upcoming events from the Indigenous Rights Solidarity Group May 17-18The Indigenous Rights Solidarity Group (IRSG) invites congregation members to the following events: May 17th at 7:30pm Discussion of “Indigenous Healing: Exploring Traditional Paths” by Rupert Ross. (There are many copies in the library.) Darlene Varaleau will be hosting the discussion in her home. Contact email@example.com for more details. May 18th […]Find out more »
Book Launch – Love, Henri: Letters on the Spiritual Life
Book Launch – Love, Henri: Letters on the Spiritual LifeJoin us for the release of Henri Nouwen’s Love, Henri: Letters on the Spiritual Life. Compiled and edited by Gabrielle Earnshaw, Love, Henri was named one of the top five religion books of the year within weeks of its release. Henri Nouwen was perhaps the most popular and influential spiritual writer of the late twentieth […]Find out more »
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