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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FAITH

Faith

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.

JUSTICE

Justice

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.

THE ARTS

The Arts

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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TSP Times Fall Edition – October 2017

TSP Times Fall Edition – October 2017

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On the Ground in Palestine, Oct. 4, 2017

On the Ground in Palestine, Oct. 4, 2017

Since the beginning of September, Israeli forces demolished parts of the three different Palestinian Muslim cemeteries in Jerusalem. Israel claims that the demolitions are necessary […]

Trinity – St. Paul’s United Church:  35 Years of Building Community

Trinity – St. Paul’s United Church: 35 Years of Building Community

  This year Trinity – St. Paul’s United (TSP) marks our 35th anniversary.  We are celebrating 35 years of a vital, active, and engaged presence […]

Search Committee Announces New Minister for Trinity-St. Paul’s United Church – Rev. Dr. Cheri DiNovo

Search Committee Announces New Minister for Trinity-St. Paul’s United Church – Rev. Dr. Cheri DiNovo

From the Search Committee A formal meeting of our community of faith was held on Sunday Sept. 17, 2017. After the presentation of their report […]

On the Ground in Palestine, Sept. 17, 2017

On the Ground in Palestine, Sept. 17, 2017

This information comes from Sabeel, Jerusalem, from their weekly prayer service. At the beginning of this school year, over two thousand classrooms are lacking for […]

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Friday, October 27th, 2017 at 6:00pm
Sisterhood of St. John the Divine233 Cummer Ave
Toronto, ON M2M 2E8
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Henri Nouwen (1932-1996) is described by Richard Rohr, OFM, as one of the great spiritual writers of the 20th century. Through his thirty-nine books, including The Return of the Prodigal Son and The Wounded Healer, he gave us a vocabulary for contemporary spirituality and formation. In addition to a prolific writing and teaching career, Nouwen, a Dutch Catholic priest, received over 16 000 letters in his life-time and answered each letter with a pastor’s heart. We will draw on some of his pastoral letters – letters about such aspects of the spiritual life as suffering, the nature of God, spiritual disciplines, life transitions, gratitude, trust – and reflect on how these letters speak to our lives today. Participants will share in small groups with regular intervals, if desired, for solitude, reflection, writing and labyrinth walking.

The retreat will be led by TSP members Barbara Lloyd, an experienced retreat leader, and Gabrielle Earnshaw, Nouwen’s archivist and editor of Love, Henri: Letters on the Spiritual Life (Random House, 2016).

IMPORTANT: Open to members of Trinity-St. Paul's United Church.
You must register for this event at http://www.trinitystpauls.ca/spirituality-retreat/
Wednesday, November 1st, 2017 at 7:30pm
427 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON
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Doors 6:30 pm/ Show starts at 7:30 pm. Filmed by the NFB ou agree and acknowledge that your appearance, image, name, likeness, participation and actions inside and within the vicinity of the Trinity St. Paul's United Church may be photographed, filmed, recorded, aired, distributed, reproduced, broadcast, printed or published by the National Film Board of Canada (“NFB”) and by Six Shooter Records, its parent and affiliates in any and all media or platforms worldwide and in perpetuity. By attending Tanya Tagaq at Trinity-St. Paul's United Church, you hereby authorize and grant the NFB and Six Shooter Records, its parent and affiliates, without payment of any fee or compensation, the right to use, broadcast, display, record, distribute, air, exhibit, transmit, display, publish or reproduce your name, image, likeness, acts, poses, plays, appearances, participation, movements and statements at Tanya Tagaq at Trinity-St. Paul's United Church in any and all media or platform now known or hereafter developed, worldwide and in perpetuity without need of further authorization or approval from you or anyone acting on your behalf. You further agree and acknowledge that Tanya Tagaq at Trinity-St. Paul's United Church is a public event, and as such you have no expectation of privacy with regard to your attendance, presence, actions and/or conduct in and at Tanya Tagaq at Trinity-St. Paul's United Church.

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Hours of Operation

Monday - Saturday   9am - 11pm
Sunday                          9am - 10pm
Phone   (416) 922 - 8435 ext. 21
Email   tsp@trinitystpauls.ca

Church Office

Tuesday & Thursday   9am - 6pm
Wednesday & Friday   9am - 5pm
Phone   (416) 922 - 8435 ext. 23
Administrator   admin@trinitystpauls.ca