St. James Cathedral Toronto

The seat of the Anglican Bishop of Toronto, the Cathedral is the spiritual centre of the diocese of Toronto, and a focal point for the civic life of Toronto. The Cathedral welcomes parishioners from across the St. Lawrence neighbourhood and around the city. Home to a diverse, vibrant congregation, the Cathedral is not only a place of prayer, but a place of care and community, expressed through volunteer-run services such as the weekly Drop-In, the Refugee Response Committee, and the Lay Pastoral visitors. The Cathedral seeks to live out God’s love by engaging the ministry of the baptized, forming leaders, acting with justice and serving the needs of the most vulnerable in society.

The seat of the Anglican Bishop of Toronto, the Cathedral is the spiritual centre of the diocese of Toronto, and a focal point for the civic life of Toronto. The Cathedral welcomes parishioners from across the St. Lawrence neighbourhood and around the city. Home to a diverse, vibrant congregation, the Cathedral is not only a place of prayer, but a place of care and community, expressed through volunteer-run services such as the weekly Drop-In, the Refugee Response Committee, and the Lay Pastoral visitors. The Cathedral seeks to live out God’s love by engaging the ministry of the baptized, forming leaders, acting with justice and serving the needs of the most vulnerable in society.

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