The Rev. Canon Henry John Cody, who first came to St. Paul’s as a student, is appointed Rector. At St. Paul’s, Henry Cody’s skill as an orator drew even more members to the church, and the congregation grew.
“St. Paul’s is both historic and modern. It is Toronto in miniature in the year 1907. There the same people go to church who make Toronto a business centre, a university centre, a legal, educational, banking and manufacturing city of home loving, moderate, prosperous useful people. Speak of the work at St. Paul’s and you come very near to the best that can be said of the average Toronto citizen.” – Press Release, 1907