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We invite you to worship – Sundays at 10am and Thursdays 10am.
10:00 am Sundays – Ante-communion, Book of Alternative Services. A music-filled family-friendly celebration in contemporary language. Join us by webex. If you would like to join the service, email our church administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and phone number and we will be in touch.
10:00 am Thursdays – Ante-communion, Book of Common Prayer. A quiet, intimate celebration without music, using traditional language. Join us by webex. If you would like to join the service, email our church administrator at email@example.com with your name and phone number and we will be in touch.
(Suspended until further notice) 8:00 am Sundays – Holy Eucharist, Book of Common Prayer.
A quiet celebration without music, using traditional language, with children’s programming.
RESUMING – 4:30 p.m. on Sunday September 13, 2020 – St Cuthbert’s Table, a contemporary service of song, prayer, and conversation. Join us by webex. If you would like to join the service, email our church administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and phone number and we will be in touch.
We are currently looking to fill the position of: Parish Administrative Assistant Ministry. Please see full job description here.
Diocese of Toronto’s Policy on Marriage, May 31, 2020
For information please see link here: https://www.toronto.anglican.ca/parish-life/marriage/.
Do you need help?
If you or anyone you know may require some assistance with groceries or errands, we have volunteers who are willing to help. Call us at (416) 485-0329 or email: email@example.com.
Cessation of worship services
Please note that all in-person worship services are being suspended for the time being.
All Anglican Churches in Ontario are taking this precaution in response to COVID-19
Bishop announces cessation of worship service: Please read the Bishop’s letter here: BISHOP’S LETTER.
Though we will not be able to gather in person for worship at St. Cuthbert’s Leaside for the time being, let us continue to stand together in prayer, praying for one another and for all those affected by the virus and those who care for them.
We are pleased that St. Cuthbert’s Church and our neighbour, the Church of St. Augustine of Canterbury, have, as of October 15, welcomed two refugees, originally from Rwanda, to Canada. For the next year, we will be doing our best to make Canada a welcoming new home for them. We ask for your prayers for them and us, and also for your financial assistance if possible.
We strive to make our worship services fully accessible.
- We have space for wheelchairs and walkers
- A good sound system with hearing assist devices
- Large print bulletins and hymn books
- Reading glasses for loan.
- Wheelchair and stroller access is through the side entrance on St. Cuthbert’s Road
- Elevator and accessible washrooms, as well as a change table.
Please let us know how we can help make your time with us more comfortable.
Music is an important part of our worship at our 10 am Sunday service.