Welcome to The Church of Our Saviour The Redeemer's online services and prayer portal. Throughout our website you will find new daily prayers, weekly liturgies, alternative services, a resources section and information about our charitable and fundraising efforts. Our website is the best place to stay in touch.
Pastoral Emergencies call 905-906-2896
In an effort to help mitigate the spread of Covid-19 all onsite church activities have been postponed.
We regret to inform you that our church is currently closed due to
government regulations regarding Covid-19.
Please pray along with us that numbers will drop and we will soon be able to reopen.
*For your convenience Morning Prayer Services, Taize and our Sunday Spiritual Communion Service can be accessed from the Tool Bar at the top of this page.
Services are held in the main Church:
Sunday Morning services are at 9:30 AM
Wednesday service is 10:00 AM Enjoy a mid-week Eucharist service with laying on of hands, anointing, and music; Followed by refreshments and fellowship in Corman Hall..
For additional and special services...
Our return date to Bible Study will be shown here.
Join us in the Whitcombe Room every Wednesday at 1:20 for prayer followed by
Bible Study at 1:30.
Every Thursday the Taize service link can be found top of this page.
The return to to in-person service will be shown here.
You are invited to join us the fourth Wednesday of each month at 7 p.m. for an evening of music, meditation, prayer and healing.
All are welcome
The return date for Sunday School
will be shown here.
every Sunday at 9:30
Children leave for Sunday School
during the singing of the processional hymn
We invite to join our mailing list and receive emails we send out with news, or special Service schedules
A service with music and the laying on of hands for healing is held every Wednesday at 10 a.m. in the chapel followed by refreshments in the parish hall.
The Holy Gospel
The outer court of the temple in Jerusalem was a place where animals for sacrifice were sold, and Roman coins exchanged, not always at the going rate, for temple money. Here Jesus, in righteous indignation, chases out the sellers of animals and the moneychangers. His actions, and his words are incomprehensible and infuriating to the religious authorities.
This gospel reading begins by drawing an analogy between the healing power of Moses’ brazen serpent, and the saving power of Christ raised up on the cross. This is followed by the well-known verse 16, the “gospel in miniature”, God’s loving action in sending Christ to bring light into the darkness of the world.