Worship every Sunday at 10:30 a.m.
*** Watch the most recent Sunday Service 3/29 here.***
COVID-19 COMMUNITY EDUCATION GUIDANCE AND CLOSING INFORMATION
Trinity St. Paul's Community Members
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 beginning on Monday, March 16th until Monday, April the 6th. 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.
The Reverend Cheri Di Novo states that:
“The primary call upon people of faith is to love one another and love our world. It is in that spirit that we at Trinity St Paul's United Church will be hosting our services online after Monday, March 16th. We need to model care for others. Please feel free to contact Rev. Dr. Cheri DiNovo CM or any reason. Pastoral care will continue as always.”
Reverend Dr. Cheri DiNovo
Climate Justice Resources
What's new in the life of the church
On Sunday, September 23, we have a very special schedule of events. You don’t want to miss it!
Starting worship at 10:30 with guest preacher, Dr. Colin Phillips, moderator nominee to the 43rd General Council of the United Church of Canada.
What’s Beyond Our Bubble? – with Dr. Colin Phillips
This Sunday, September 23, we are joined by guest preacher Dr. Colin Phillips, moderator nominee to the 43rd General Council of the United Church of Canada, with a worship service and reflection titled, “What’s Beyond Our Bubble?”
Worship services are every Sunday at 10:30 am. Join us!
Following worship service, there will be a Naming Ceremony and Potluck Feast after coffee time.
Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost September 16, 2018
Proverbs 1:20-33; Psalm 19; Mark 8:27-38
Creation Time 2
Join Trinity St Paul’s United Church on September 23rd for a Naming Ceremony in recognition of the United Church’s $100,000 donation to the new Anishnawbe Health Center (that will be built near the Distillery District) and an endowment fund established at the United Church Foundation in support of the Center. A medicine person will be conducting a pipe ceremony to identify a name for the Endowment Fund and for our growing partnership with Toronto’s indigenous community. Our schedule is as follows:
- 10:30 am: Church service with Dr. Colin Phillips
- 11:30 am: Coffee and Introduction to James Carpenter
- noon: Smudging participants as welcome to pipe ceremony in sanctuary
- 12:20: Pipe Ceremony
- 12:50: Round dance with AHT in the sanctuary
- 1:00 pm: Feast in the gym
Also, there will be… bannock-making?!
On September 24, join us for We ARE the Earth! at Church of the Redeemer. Our celebration of A Season of Creation continues with a panel discussion with The Rt Rev’d Mark MacDonald, National Indigenous Bishop – Angican Church of Canada, The Rev’d Dr Cheri DiNovo, Minister at Trinity-St Paul’s United Church and former MPP Parkdale-High Park, and The Very Rev’d Dr. Bill Phipps, Co-founder and Board Member, Faith & the Common Good.