Trinity-St. Paul's United Church
Statement of Solidarity and Commitment to End White Supremacy and Anti-Black Racism
Worship with us online! Every Sunday at 10:30 a.m.
Join us for virtual coffee afterwards at 11:00 a.m. via Zoom!
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COVID-19 Closure Information
After much reflection and discussion with all of our residents and partners at Trinity-St. Paul’s Centre, we have made the decision to close to the public until further notice. This decision was not made lightly but as a centre that sees 10,000 members of the public a month, we must be proactive in encouraging social distancing at this time. All public events including services, meetings, concerts, and gatherings will be cancelled. We encourage you to support all of our partners during this time, many of whom are independent small business people and rely on your patronage for their continued well-being.
In This Time of COVID-19, TSP’s Ministry Continues
Message from Colin Phillips, Chair of the TSP Church Board:
Reverend Dr. Cheri DiNovo
Climate Justice Resources
What's new in the life of the church
What is the Christian Left? This is a significant question that leads to more questions: Should there be a Christian left? Why? Has there been a resurgence of the Christian left in recent times? Do we want to explore why this—a resurgence—is or may be important? What is the relationship between the Christian left and the institutional church? What role do conversion narratives—peoples' movement along the theological spectrum—play in the Christian left’s story? What kind of qualifier is ‘left’? Is it a political description? Social? Theological? Or is there an intersectional relationship between political, social, and theological when a Christian is defined as “left?”
This fully-online conference will feature an international roster of presenters on 11 panels over two days.
Visit the conference website for more information.
No Matter What You Believe
No Matter what You Don’t Believe
No Matter What You’ve Done
No Matter What You’ve Left Undone
No Matter Who You Are
No Matter Who You Love
You Are Welcome Here. Welcome Home!
8:30 am Energizer
10:30 am Worship
INCLUSIVE & AFFIRMING . ALL ARE WELCOME!
Declare a Climate Crisis
Faith leaders and Extinction Rebellion Toronto call for action!
Monday, June 10th 2019 at 5:45 p.m.
Gather on the corners of Yonge & Dundas at 5:45 p.m.
At 6:00 p.m. sharp, we will occupy the intersection for 15 minutes.
Rabbi Aviva Goldberg, Congregation Shir Libeynu
Imam El-Farouk Khaki, Masjid el-Tawhid – Toronto – Unity Mosque
Rev. Dr. Cheri DiNovo, Trinity-St Paul’s United Church and Centre for Faith, Justice and the Arts
Extinction Rebellion Toronto
with Indigenous Land Acknowledgement
All are welcome!
May 26 Blessing of the Bicycles & Environment Sunday
June 2 Celebration of Children & Potluck Picnic
June 9 Pentecost (with Fire Eater!)
June 16 Paying Rent – a symbolic recognition of the unjust dispossession of Indigenous lands
Join us every Sunday at 10:30 am! 427 Bloor St. West
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