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Baptism is an exciting milestone on your Christian journey. At St. Paul’s, Baptisms take place several times a year with dates planned well in advance. Our next Baptism is on Sunday November 21, 2021.

We want to support you as you take this important step in your faith journey!

Join us on Sunday mornings for worship and explore being part of our community. If you are new to St. Paul’s, please complete a Connect Card so we can be in touch.

To prepare for Baptism, parents are asked to participate in our 3-week Stepping Into Faith course. Please register here for our fall session.

Adults seeking Baptism should register here for Alpha to learn more about the Christian faith.

We want you to be prepared, understand the Baptism promises, and have support on your Christian journey! Tyler Wigg-Stevenson, Associate Priest, and Janet Earle, Children’s Minister, oversee Baptism at St. Paul’s. If you are interested in getting baptized, have questions or would like more information please fill out the form below to start a conversation.



Members are those who commit to making St. Paul’s Bloor Street their faith community for learning, worship, service, and generosity.

To become a member, you must have attended Sunday worship regularly at St. Paul’s for at least three months and want to make this commitment publicly at a membership service.

As a member of St. Paul’s Bloor Street, we ask you to commit to: being a disciple of Jesus, attending a worship service, joining a Connect Group, serving faithfully, giving generously, and spreading the Good News.

Download a Membership Form or contact Tyler Wigg-Stevenson.



Confirmation is where you reaffirm your Baptismal vows. For those who were baptized as a child, this is a chance to take ownership of the promises made by your caregivers on your behalf. A Bishop presides during a Confirmation service to join us in celebrating this commitment to God.

If you’re interested in confirmation as an adult, please contact Tyler Wigg-Stevenson.

If you’re interested in confirmation for your youth, please contact Ian Koiter.



We’re delighted that you’re interested in making St. Paul’s a part of your wedding celebration! We aim to do everything possible to make sure your wedding is a wonderful and memorable occasion. As you begin your new life together, we also want to help you build the strongest possible marriage that’s given vision and strength through Jesus Christ.

Please read our Wedding Guide to help you decide if St. Paul’s is the church for you.

Please contact Tyler Wigg-Stevenson if you have any questions or are ready to take the next step.



We can provide funeral assistance and comfort to you during the difficult period following the death of a loved one. You may choose between a traditional Anglican Book of Common Prayer funeral service, a more contemporary service, or a memorial service. All follow the basic Anglican Funeral liturgy, but you will be able to personalize it with readings, music and a time of thanksgiving.

Contact our office and a staff member will assist you with the funeral process.

Pre-planning a funeral years in advance or during the final weeks of life can help you communicate clearly with your family and loved ones about your funeral preferences.

Contact our office for more info.


Connect with us!

Phone Number

St. Paul's Bloor Street
227 Bloor Street East
Toronto, ON M4W 1C8

Office Hours

Office Closed

Weekday Online Connections

Mon-Thurs at 5 pm: Happy Hour Bible Study
Wed at 12 noon: Break With The Bishop
Wed at 7 pm - Compline
Wed at 7 pm - Youth Group

Sunday Worship

9:30 am - Children's Ministry

10:30 am - Online Worship

11:10 am - Getting Traction

11:30 am - Youth Ministry

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