St. Cuthbert's Church

Wednesday, Oct. 16

Refreshments 7pm

Speaker 7:30pm

Join us for a free presentation by the Native Women’s Resource Centre of Toronto.

Native Women's presentation

Friday, October 18th, 2019 In Lamb Hall

Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Dinner at 7:15 p.m.

You are invited to the:

Annual St. Cuthbert’s Women’s Dinner… which is served by the Gentlemen of the Parish and a good time is had by all!

To purchase your ticket, please see Lorna Krawchuk 416-425- 4431, $25 Ellen Briant 416-484-0566 or drop by the office!

Net proceeds go to The Native Women’s Resource Centre of Toronto.

Women's Dinner 2019

Sunday, November 3, at 4:30pm.

Moving music.  Explore questions about life and faith. Connect over a meal.

Relaxed setting – all are welcome!

Pray, Sing, Eat – Come and See!

Saturday November 9, 2019

11am – 2pm

With the return of the cooler weather, it is time to start getting excited about our annual Christmas Fair. 

Please mark your calendars for this year’s Fair: Saturday, Nov. 9th from 11am to 2pm. You can expect to find all of the great things that make the Christmas Fair so wonderful including treasures, jewelry, kitchenware, odds & ends, an art gallery, books, delicious baking & preserves, a Christmas boutique, crafts, cheese, electronics, face painting by Deyanne, and a beautiful handmade quilt which will be raffled off. 

All that browsing and shopping will make you hungry for the delicious served lunch! Our silent auction this year will be completely online; it will open on Fair day and all the details will be provided at the Fair. 

We are now gratefully accepting your donations of gently used household items. Although we cannot accept furniture or clothing, all other items can be placed on the bench in the lobby.

As our number of volunteers has dramatically dwindled over the past few years, please consider donating your time and energy to this year’s event. Our fairs require quite a bit of effort to make them successful and we need your help not only on the day, but especially in the weeks leading up to it. Please email Muriel Wissell to be assigned your task: See you at the Fair! 

Join Christians in prayer around the world May 30 – June 9 during Thy Kingdom Come.

Here are some special prayer activities at St. Cuthbert’s:

  • Prayer Tree:  Add your prayer requests to the Prayer Tree in the quiet garden by the Bayview door
  • Prayer Walk Sat. June 1:  Walk in our community or in the sanctuary Gather at 8:45 AM at the church, then walk for about an hour, praying for people and places around you. Finish with refreshments at 10 AM
  • Kids and Family Activity Handouts
    •  Compline June 3 – 6 at 8 PM  prayers for the end of the day
    •  Get a bookmark designed by Church Kids
    •  And pledge to pray at and receive emails about prayer during the event– sign up at home or at coffee hour on May 26.
  •   Check out the Novena prayer booklet
  • No email?  Pick up a prayer booklet on the 26th

For additional information on:

Family Prayer Activities at St. Cuthbert’s Leaside

Sunday , March 17 10 a,m.  Bishop Andrew Asbil will be celebrating worship with us at St.Cuthbert’s.  We hope parishioners will plan to attend!

Bishop Asbil was installed as the 12 Bishop of Toronto on January 13, making him the chief pastor of Canada’s most populous Anglican Diocese.  We are so honoured and delighted to welcome him to St. Cuthbert’s.

For more information on Bishop Andrew:

St. Cuthbert’s Leaside is this year’s host for the World Day of Prayer. The service will be held on Friday, March 1, 2019, at 2:00 pm.

Perhaps a little background on the World Day of Prayer might be helpful to those of you who have not previously attended the service.

In 1918, a group of Canadian women founded the Women’s Inter-church Council of Canada (WICC), which is a national ecumenical Christian organization and the sponsor of the World Day of Prayer in Canada. The organization was formed to enable women from all churches to work together in prayer and action. Today, WICC’s mission is to empower Christians to pursue justice, peace, and reconciliation by standing together in prayer and action. When you raise your voices in prayer and song at the World Day of Prayer, you are one with Christians worldwide.

Each year the women of a different country are chosen to write the service. This year’s beautiful service has been written by the women of Slovenia, with the theme Come Everything is ready!

Although the service is written by women, men are most welcome and are encouraged to attend.

Come Everything is ready!  Please join us.

                                                Dorcas Sheppard

St. Cuthbert’s World Day of Prayer Co-ordinator.

Join us for an afternoon of new contemporary Christian Praise and Worship.

To God be the Glory. I am excited to announce the launch of our New Worship Service, Sunday, April 7th at 4:30pm . It will be an early evening of praise and worship of contemporary Christian music performed by outstanding worship leaders. We will share a meal following the service.

You are invited to a varity of Christmas services:

December 16: Christmas Pageant – 10 am service
December 17: Carols with Friends – community event– 7 pm
December 19: Advent Study 3 – 7:30 pm
December 20: Pastoral Eucharist and Luncheon
December 22: Christmas Memorial service – 4 pm
December 23: Holy Eucharist – 8 and 10 am services
December 24: Christmas Eve with abbreviated pageant – 4 pm
December 24: Christmas Eve service – 8 pm & 10:30 pm
December 25: Christmas Morning services with Carols 9 am

Youth Mental Health Initiatives  – Through Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre

We invite you to an information session, with an opportunity to ask questions

Our guests are:

  • *Naomi Algate – Interim Program Manager
  • * Tracey Addison – Parent with Lived Experience

Wednesday, October 17, 2018, Refreshments:  7 pm, Presentation and questions: 7:30 pm

Presented by Anglican Church Women of St. Cuthbert’s, Leaside

St. Cuthbert’s, Leaside

1399 Bayview Avenue

416 485-0329