You can expect a friendly inclusive congregation, thoughtful, relevant preaching, enthusiastic congregational singing, inspiring choral music that might range from a setting of a plainsong chant to an African-American spiritual.
We try to provide an inspiring and visionary centre for worship where we can help each other to discover, develop and nurture our spirit and faith. To do this, our goals are to foster worship which is inspirational through empowering preaching, both traditional and innovative liturgy, music and the arts; worship that is participatory, inclusive and supports all elements of the congregation; and worship that reflects our commitment to a theology which is liberating. We are proud to be an Affirming congregation.
At Bloor Street, the congregation is involved in the service of worship. We may read the scripture lesson, give the pastoral prayer, act as greeters and ushers, or prepare and serve refreshments after the service and a congregational lunch the first Sunday of the month.
Communion is an essential part of worship for Christians. At Bloor Street we celebrate it on the first Sunday of every liturgical season, as well as on special occasions. Ours is an open table; everyone is welcome. For more about our communion services, click here.
Our Music Program is key to our worship experience, with a great organ, choral anthems, soloists, guest musicians. To find out more about it, or about how to take part, click here.
Children are an important part of our church family. They are always welcome at the service, and there are also a nursery, Sunday School, and Youth group that run during the service. For more information about the nursery, Church School, and Youth on Bloor click here.
Baptism is the way in which children can be welcomed into this family. To find out more about baptism, click here.
Weddings and Funerals: The worship committee is also responsible for use of the sanctuary on such occasions as weddings and funerals. To find out about policy for weddings click here.
We meet at 10:30 a.m on Sunday throughout the year, except one summer month when we share services at Trinity-St. Paul's United Church. The church is located at the corner of Bloor Street and Huron Street, a block from the St. George subway stop, and has a small parking lot. Parking is free for members and adherents. We hope you'll come by and join us in worship!
the corner of Bloor Street and Huron Street
just one block east of the St George Subway station.
300 Bloor Street West,