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  • Lunch 'n Learn - "Preventing Falls for Seniors" at St. Paul, Uxbridge

    Time: Thursday, September 20 2018 from 12:00pm to 2:00pm
    Location: 59 Toronto Street South, Uxbridge , ON

    Lunch & Learn – Preventing Falls for Seniors. Falls, whether in the house or outside, present serious risks for seniors. Plan to attend this discussion with a pharmacist, tai chi instructor and a physiotherapist. Programme begins with a pay-what-you-can lunch catered by St. Paul’s TAB & ACW groups. Please tell your friends and call 905-852-7016 to reserve a seat…

  • "We ARE the Earth!" at Redeemer, Bloor St.

    Time: Monday, September 24 2018 from 7:00pm to 8:30pm
    Location: 162 Bloor St. W., Toronto , ON

    A panel discussion on our connection to and urgent call to care for the Earth. Panelists: the Right Rev’d Mark MacDonald, Indigenous Bishop, Anglican Church of Canada; the Rev’d Dr. Cheri DiNovo, Minister, Trinity-St Paul’s United Church; the Rev’d Dr. Bill Phipps, Co-Founder of Faith and the Common Good.…

  • Music of the Oxford Movement

    Time: Sunday, September 30 2018 from 4:00pm to 6:00pm
    Location: 360 Windermere Ave., Toronto , ON

    Sunday, Sept. 30 – Music of the Oxford Movement.
    Choral Evensong for Michaelmas at 4 p.m., with the Choir of St. Peter’s, Erindale. Followed by Peach Tea, during which the choir’s director Clement Carelse discusses the dramatic changes in church music that resulted from the Oxford Movement, beginning with Victorian composers such as Samuel Sebastian Wesley and Thomas Attwood Walmisley. St. Olave’s Church, Bloor and Windermere. Contributions appreciated. More details at 416-769-5686 or stolaves.ca.…

  • Network of Biblical Storytellers, Festival Gathering

    Time: Friday, October 12 2018 9:30am
    Location: St. Matthew on-the-Plains, 126 Plains Road East, Burlington, ON

    This is a celebration and enrichment event to teach the art of telling scripture by heart with keynote presentations, skill-development workshops, networking, community-building, praise and worship.
    Keynote Speaker: Tom Yoder Neufeld
    Theme: Exploring Ephesians – Paul’s Story Told and Retold
    For more info or to register please go to www.nbscanada.org…

  • Parish Nursing Day of Reflection

    Time: Wednesday, October 17 2018 from 10:00am to 3:00pm
    Location: 65 Church St., Toronto , ON

    The Diocesan Network of Parish Nurses, in partnership with the Cathedral Church of St. James, invites parish nurses and those involved in healing ministries to a day of reflection on Oct. 17th, 10:00am till 3:00pm. Our goal to to build an informal network of parish nurses and others engaged with healing ministries which would foster ongoing learning opportunities related to healing ministries.…

  • Discipulus'18

    Time: Thursday, October 18 2018 9:30am
    Location: 227 Bloor St. E., Toronto , ON

    Is discipleship really at the heart of our Church? At Discipulus’18, we’ll focus on how we make disciples in our faith communities, explore strategies and resources we can use in our own contexts, and connect with other Christians from across Canada.

    Early bird – $200 (until July 31)
    Regular – $250
    Theological students & postulants – $200
    Keynote Speaker
    The Rev. Dr. Joan DeVries. our keynote speaker, is a seasoned pastor, liturgist, writer, leader and teacher with a particular interest in faith formation as it happens in outreach, small groups, worship and c…

  • Interface 2018

    Time: Saturday, October 20 2018 from 10:00am to 2:00pm
    Location: 70 St. Clements Ave, Toronto , ON

    Open to youth age 13-18 and their leaders from all episcopal areas! Interface is about empowering youth to live out their faith in their communities. This interactive day focuses on homelessness and affordable housing.

    What does this have to do with my faith in Jesus? How can I help bring about a change? Isn’t this issue too big for me to have an impact? We’ll be exploring these questions and more as we connect our faith with this social justice issue.

    Registration starts at 9:30. Lunch is included.

    Please RSVP to…

  • Uxbridge Gay/Straight Alliance - A Safe Place For LGBTQ & Allies

    Time: Saturday, October 20 2018 from 2:00pm to 4:00pm
    Location: 59 Toronto Street South, Uxbridge , ON

    The newly formed Uxbridge Gay/Straight Alliance will meet for informal conversation and mutual support: individuals, couples, families, parents, friends, young people, seniors, everyone in between. Everyone has a place and is welcome! www.stpauls-uxbridge.ca 905-852-7016…

  • Lay Anointer Refresher Day

    Time: Saturday, October 27 2018 from 9:00am to 3:00pm
    Location: 79 Victoria Street, Aurora , ON

    Lay Anointer Refresher Day
    Offered by the Diocese of Toronto – the Bishop’s Committee on Healing (BCH)

    – The Lay Anointer Refresher Day is for licensed lay anointers in the Diocese. It is an opportunity to come together for refresher day training, to meet other anointers in the Diocese, attend two addresses by our speaker The Rev. Canon Dr. David W. Neelands, attend a workshop, and for worship and fellowship time.
    – Registration is $25 paid at time of registration on the day of the Lay Anointer Refresher Day. Payment by cash or cheque.
    – Please bring your own lunch with you.


  • Reformation and the Printing Press at St. Olave, Swansea

    Time: Thursday, November 01 2018 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm
    Location: 360 Windermere Ave., Toronto , ON

    THURSDAY NOVEMBER 1 – REFORMATION AND THE PRINTING PRESS. All Saints Communion at 6 p.m., followed by light supper at 6:40. From 7 to 8 p.m., we conclude our year-long celebration of the Reformation which started in 1517, as Dr. Pearce Carefoote (Head of U of T’s rare-book collection) explains in an illustrated talk that it couldn’t have happened as it did without the invention of the printing press. St. Olave’s Church, Bloor and Windermere. Contributions appreciated. More details at 416-769-5686 or stolaves.ca.…

  • For King and Country at St. Olave, Swansea

    Time: Sunday, November 04 2018 from 4:00pm to 6:00pm
    Location: 360 Windermere Ave., Toronto , ON

    SUNDAY NOVEMBER 4 – FOR KING AND COUNTRY. Choral Evensong for All Souls at 4 p.m., followed by Pumpkin Tea. At 5 p.m., For the centenary of World War I’s ending, historian Richard Fiennes-Clinton explores the special role of the monarch at such occasions of national importance, through vintage photographs, films, videos and music. St. Olave’s Church, Bloor and Windermere. Contributions appreciated. More details at 416-769-5686 or stolaves.ca.…