St Thomas's Anglican Church, 383 Huron St., Toronto

Registered Name: ST THOMAS' CHURCH

Business Number: 119202984RR0001

Our Mission

As an active and welcoming Anglo-Catholic parish rooted in Scripture, Reason and Tradition, we worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness and witness to Christ through pastoral care, music, education, discipleship and service.

About St Thomas's 

Centrally located in Toronto, the parish of St Thomas's welcome all visitors to our historic church. Fr Mark Andrews is our Rector, and Fr Christopher D'Angelo is our Assistant Priest.

Details about services and other events at St Thomas's: www.stthomas.on.ca

The Church’s Ministry of Healing, Prayers, Laying on of Hands, and Anointing with Oil, is offered on request; also, Reconciliation and the Sacrament of Penance. Please speak to the Rector or one of the other priests to arrange a time.

We have a very active outreach mandate, which includes the volunteer-run Friday Food Ministry.

Our Church School is well attended and highly active There is a Nursery for infants on Sunday mornings.

Our Tradition

St Thomas's is the kind of Anglican church commonly called Anglo-Catholic. It is an example of the initiative of a group of academics of the mid-19th century, called the Oxford Movement.

We seek to celebrate the glory of God with all the senses, including music, vestments, incense and bells, giving highest priority to the Eucharist, which is central to our worship. A plain Eucharist is celebrated every day of the week. On Sunday, Eucharist is celebrated at all three morning services: Said Eucharist, 8:00 am (Book of Common Prayer rite); Sung Eucharist, 9:30 am (contemporary rite, Book of Alternative Services, with congregational mass and choral motet); and Solemn Eucharist, 11 am (Book of Common Prayer service, with choral mass and motet). We also celebrate many other major feast days throughout the year. The service of Solemn Evensong and Devotions takes place every Sunday at 7:00 pm.

We endeavour to take exceptional care and pay attention to liturgical detail, so that the beauty of holiness is most dramatically and effectively set forth.

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