Thought for the Day

Something to ponder...

Be strong and take heart, all you who hope in the Lord.

Psalm 31 

Daily Prayer Services

Morning and Evening Prayer Services ... in under 10 minutes

Services for Daily Prayer

A variety of abbreviated Services throughout every day from the Church of England. Use button to go to Daily Prayer. Next click ➤ on the audio bar to begin and then click on "Access the Text" to follow the Order of Service. Times in the United Kingdom are ET plus 5 hours.

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Latest News

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Letter from Metropolitan of Ontario

Letter from Archbishop Anne Germond The provincial House of Bishops calls on the parishes of our dioceses to observe a sacred sabbath rest over the summer months so that we can be renewed for mission and ministry in this new season of evangelism and discipleship that is emerging for our Church 1 June 2020  …

Diocese of Toronto

Video stream of liturgies from

St James Cathedral

From the Diocese

Pentecost is the festival when Christians celebrate the gift of the Holy Spirit. It is the Sunday 50 days after Easter (the name comes from the Greek pentekoste, "fiftieth"). Pentecost is the birthday of the Church and the start of its mission to the world. The Holy Spirit is the third part of the Trinity: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.

His Holiness Pope Francis will take part in an online church service alongside the Archbishops of Canterbury and York and a number of other senior UK church leaders for the first time online. He will deliver a special message for the virtual service for Pentecost Sunday – the day Christians celebrate the coming of the Holy Spirit and the birth of the Church.

You are warmly invited to attend an online celebration of Pentecost being offered in joy and love from every corner of our vast ecclesiastical province – from Moosonee and Algoma in the north and west, to Ottawa and Ontario in the east and Toronto, Huron and Niagara in the south.


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Find out more about St Luke's

The Food Cupboard

We are even more keenly aware of needs with the community in light of the impact of COVID-19. As long as we have supplies and are able to distribute them in accordance with Public Health directives, we will do so.

The Thrift Shop

The Thrift Shop is here to provide quality clothing items at little or no cost. There is a wide selection of clothing to help with anything you may be missing. Clothing of all sorts for Adults, children and infants.

St Luke's Community Gardens

Neighbours in East City come together to create vegetable gardens on front lans of the church. A great neighbourhood endeavour from grass-roots up.

The Community Supper

Due to COVID-19, the Community Suppers are cancelled until further notice... Home-made sauces, caesar salad, rolls, desserts, coffee, tea or juice. It's 'justa like momma makes'.


Especially for those in need

A Prayer for all Health Care Workers

Gracious God, give skill, sympathy and resilience
to all who are caring for the sick, and your wisdom to those searching for a cure.
Strengthen them with your Spirit, that through their work many will be restored to health;
through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen

Daily Scripture Readings

The Revised Common Lectionary is a three-year cycle of weekly Sunday lections. It also includes readings for the other days of the week. The RCL is built around the seasons of the Church Year, and includes four lections for each Sunday, as well as additional readings for major feast days. During most of the year, the lections are: a reading from the Old testament, a Psalm, a reading from the Epistles, and a Gospel reading. The daily readings are provided by clicking the button below.

Daily Prayer

Join in prayer liturgies from the Church of England. There are liturgies for throughout the entire day. Prayers for morning, during the day, evening and at night. They are brief and suaitable for use alone and with family.

Prayers for Home

Resources to help those who are struggling to find words at this difficult and stressful time, and to enable Christians to worship in solidarity with one another even if it is not possible to gather in church

Experience of Isolation

This booklet is an excellent resource for coping and understanding the experience of isolation. It offers a wealth of suggestions and provides material for thought, reflection, and meditation. It gives advice ranging from putting aside time to rest and eating and sleeping well, to using the phone and the internet to reach those who may be struggling on their own. Making a list of all the good things - and people - that you miss when you are on your own and thanking God for them, can be a way of helping cope with loneliness, the guide says. -- a resource from the Church of England