A community of faith, justice and the arts
in the heart of the Annex

Trinity-St.Paul's United Church & Centre for Faith, Justice and the Arts

Trinity-St.Paul’s (affectionately known locally as TSP) is a community hub in downtown Toronto which is home to an active United Church congregation, many different arts and social justice organizations and whose facilities are used by community groups from the neighborhood and across the city. With a world-renowned concert hall and rental spaces of all sizes, TSP has something for everyone.  Join us and see what is happening! 

Worship Service

IMPORTANT NOTICE:

IN-PERSON WORSHIP HAS RESUMED. All attendees are required to wear a face mask covering nose, mouth and chin. People from seperate households must remain at least 6 feet (2 metres) apart.

WORSHIPPING ONLINE:

The link below is for our 1030 AM services on Sunday and all are welcome to join us.
The service will be streamed from the Sanctuary.

Join Zoom Meeting:
https://us06web.zoom.us/j/98243487606?pwd=WmxDbTR2a3JrMk4zT05lQzkwb3B6Zz09

Please find our video for Worship, June 12th, here:
https://youtu.be/drKMMAOe7zo

Below is the link and passcode for our Monday Bible Study:
https://us06web.zoom.us/j/85256785605?pwd=SWNMdVI1dDQ5NnEvQjB3R0d5Sjkvdz09

Meeting ID: 852 5678 5605
Passcode: 648800

And the link and code for our Wednesday Prayer and Reflection Group:
https://us06web.zoom.us/j/83978076127?pwd=MlF4RmZjTVZFTnNuVmdIa2plN08rQT09

Meeting ID: 839 7807 6127
Passcode: 643551

TSP's Children's Church latest Covid-19 Protocols

*Online Engagement for Fall Homecoming

Life and Work of TSP congregants during COVID-19

Check out what our congregants have been up to during COVID-19!

1971

Only woman to sign We Demand, first gay rights demo in Canada. Marched in Toronto’s first Pride.

2001

Performed the first legalized same-sex marriage in Canada

2006

Elected MPP – passed most private bills in Ontario’s history and most LGBTQ bills in Canadian history

2019

Appointed to the Order of Canada

2020

Minister at Trinity-St. Paul’s United Church and Centre for Faith, Justice and the Arts

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How to Get Here – Trinity-St.Paul’s is accessible by public transit. The nearest TTC station is Spadina Station, located just north of the intersection of Spadina and Bloor. For a full accessibility exit from the subway station, use the Spadina Street exit. Head south to Bloor street, then turn right and head west to the next intersection at Robert Street. TSP is located at the southwest corner of Bloor Street and Robert Street. For accessible entry use the main entrance on Bloor Street on the north side of the building.

Accessibility – TSP is fully accessible on the main floor, including access to the main door, Sanctuary (Jeanne Lamon Hall), gymnasium, Circle Room, Memorial Room, Chapel, Studio asnd washrooms. Trinity-St. Paul’s also owns a wheelchair for use within the building. Staff are available to assist you when needed; please just inform us and we are happy to help.

Service Animals and Support Persons – Service animals are welcome in all parts of our premises that are open to the public. Special seating is also available in the Sanctuary (Jeanne Lamon Hall) for people with disabilities arriving with a service animal or a personal support worker.

Parking – Paid parking, including accessible parking, is available across the street on Robert Street at the Green P lot on the south side of the Metro grocery store.

Training for Staff – TSP provides training to all staff as well as volunteers, including an overview of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 and the requirements of the customer service standard’s plan.