Come worship

with us

Our Rhythm of Life invites each of us into weekly public worship. We offer various worship services throughout the week, in person and online, and whether you are curious, critical, or committed, you are welcome here at St. Paul’s. Come as you are – wear what you like, and don’t worry if it’s your first time. We welcome newcomers every week and our wonderful team of volunteers will help you in any way you need.  

Sunday @ 8:15 am

Book of Common Prayer

A quiet, classic Anglican service of Holy Communion taken from the BCP. Join with others in our St. Paul’s Chapel, hear a relevant and biblically based sermon, join in Holy Communion and linger afterward for some morning coffee.  

Sunday @ 9:30 am


Join us for a casual 50-minute service, with a mix of contemporary songs and re-imagined classics led by our band. Listen to a relevant and biblically based message alongside Holy Communion, and after the service stay and grab a coffee. Make new friends in the heart of our global city. Have a look at our livestream to get a taste of what you will experience. 

Sunday @ 11 am

Classic Service

This beautiful Anglican service is 75 minutes in length and is a respite from the busy world of contemporary life. Through the timeless traditions of classic worship, relevant, and biblically based preaching, our hearts are prepared for Holy Communion. Our choir, made up of volunteers led by the finest singers in Canada, leads us in classic hymns and the best of the choral tradition. After the service, we invite you to stay, grab a coffee, and make new friends in the heart of our global city. You can view one of our livestreams to get a sense of what you’ll experience.  

Tuesday @ 12:10 pm

Lunch Hour Communion

Take a break from work, grab a bite to eat and join us for a simple and restorative 30-minute service of Holy Communion. Taken from the Book of Common Prayer, this is a classic Anglican service held in the St. Paul’s chapel.

Wednesdays @ 7 pm

Compline Service

This online service offers a time of quiet prayer and reflection at the end of your busy day. Take a break and join this peaceful time with us on YouTube.

Music Programs

St. Augustine said that “he who sings, prays twice.”

Sacred music allows us to worship God in unique ways and we are fortunate at St.Paul’s to have a wide variety of styles of sacred music.  

Contemporary Music Ministry

The Contemporary Music Ministry is a creative group with a drive to incorporate the best of recent Christian music as well as re-imagine the classic repertoire. It strives to offer a fresh and exciting new way to worship at our 9:30 am service while combining traditional music making with modern technology.   

The team is dedicated to welcoming young musicians. We rehearse during the week and on Sundays before service. There are many ways to join the team, and we are always looking for new members. Anyone is welcome, regardless of your level of music literacy and training.  Our Contemporary Music Director is Ian Koiter.

Interested in joining the team? Fill out our Serve Form. 

Classical Music Ministry

The Classical Music Ministry offers members, visitors, and passers-by a chance to take a break from the busy pace of life and experience the peace and timeless beauty of worship through the rich repertoire of classical music.

The Choir of St. Paul’s Bloor St. is the principal ensemble for the 11 am Classic Service, a team of some of Canada’s finest professional singers along with a vibrant group of volunteers. Every week, we offer two anthems, a choral Communion setting, and hymns to the 11 am worship service. Our music selections come from a wide variety of composers from around the world, spanning from hundreds of years ago until today. The classical tradition is alive, well, and celebrated at St. Paul’s! Our classic worship is supported by the landmark Blackstock organ, among the largest and finest instruments in Canada. Find out more about this magnificent Casavant, opus 550 of 1914/1955 here.

During major events such as Lessons and Carols, Ash Wednesday, and Holy Week, we collaborate with the Contemporary music team and together provide a rich and diverse musical experience for all to joyfully worship God.

Our choir rehearses on Thursday evenings, and we are always accepting new volunteers. If God has given you a calling to sing and a passion for music, please contact our Interim Classical Music Director, Robert Busiakiewicz


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

Free parking is available at the Manulife Headquarters:
200 Bloor Street East
Toronto, ON M4W 1E5

Sunday Worship
8:15 am – BCP Service
9:30 am – Contemporary, Children’s and Youth Ministry
11:00 am – Classical, Children’s and Youth Ministry