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 NOVEMBER 27th  -  NOTICES AT A GLANCE – more details below  

1.   Live Streaming at 10:30am and Order of Service  

2.   Instructed Eucharist Nov 27  

3.   Music & Advent  

4.   Advent Wreath Making  

5.   Advent Study  

6.   Holiday Craft Market - Dec. 3rd

7.   East End Refugee News  

8.   FaithWorks Appeal  

9.   Meditation

10.  Volunteers for Coffee

11.  Euchre

12.  Food Bank Needs

13.  Offerings  


1. Live Streaming at 10:30 am and Order of Service

For those who are not comfortable attending services in person, or are unable to attend, we are live streaming today’s 10:30am Sunday services via Zoom at the link below:

Meeting ID: 916 2846 6455 Passcode: 548507 Phone: 647-374-4685

For the order of service for the Advent Season click here:  

2. Instructed Eucharist Sunday, November 27 (Advent I) will be an Instructed Eucharist. This will be a service involving children and youth, as we all learn about the details of our Sunday services and why they matter. Children’s and youth programming will resume downstairs on the following Sunday - December 4.   3. Music & Advent  A new liturgical year begins! Music is an integral part of our worship services, and you’ll have noticed that its mood and timbre change throughout our liturgical year. While it is tempting to jump right into the Christmas season, our focus in Advent is instead on the three-fold coming of Christ: Remembering the events that surrounded Christ’s coming long ago, Celebrating Christ’s coming among us today, and Looking forward to Christ’s final coming in glory. During advent, we observe this period of preparation by utilizing a more contemplative worship style. In place of preludes each week, there will be a sung choral Introit, which recalls the theme of each Sunday; Hope, Peace, Joy, Love. In place of a postlude, a soft voluntary will be played each week. Happy Advent!  

4. Advent Wreath Making   Join us in the church at 9:00 am on Sunday, November 27th for some advent wreath making! Come after the 8:30 service or before the 10:30 - all ages welcome! Materials cost is $40 or pay what you can. Contact Martha (416 845-7675) for more information or click here to sign up.            

5. Advent Study  

The Church: A Place of Refuge and Resilience This year’s Advent study program will look at Debra Reinstra’s book and podcast: Refugia Faith. Reinstra offers an exciting challenge for communities of faith in today’s world of crises and anxiety. Led by Michael Van Dusen and Martha Asselin, the series will include study sessions Sunday December 4 and 11, immediately after the 10.30 a.m. services. Please join us. The sessions will be at the church.  

6. Holiday Market December 3rd 

We've attracted many unique vendors to our first "in person" market in 3 years! You'll find something for everyone on your list!  Bake sale, café and a few silent auction items too. Bring your friends and family!  Info:  

7. East End Refugee News 

Yasamin and Mohammad and their two young children have moved to their apartment on Goodwood Park Court. With them, we have been able to complete 35 of the 59 identified tasks associated with settlement.  

8. FaithWorks Appeal 

FaithWorks is the Diocese of Toronto’s co-ordinated outreach effort supporting 14 ministry partners who reach out to those in need in our greater Toronto community partnering with organizations such as Toronto Urban Native Ministry and AURA for refugees. The Diocese is also inviting donations towards the creation of a Spirit Garden at Toronto City Hall in response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s call for the installation of Residential School Monuments in each provincial capital. A display and information packages are at the back of the church. You can also access the materials on-line at  

9. Meditation  

Wednesdays, 7:30 – 8:15 pm. Please note: Wednesday, Nov. 30 will be the final session for this year.  

10. Volunteers for Coffee Hour 

We are looking for volunteers to host Coffee Hour. Hosting is easy!  We provide all the supplies, will give you detailed instructions and train you!  Bringing your own baked goods is optional. Sign up in the Narthex.  

11. Euchre

Join us on Tuesday nights at 7pm for a fun and friendly evening of progressive Euchre downstairs in the main hall.  Beginners welcome.  $5.00 to play.  All proceeds go to St. Aidan’s Church community outreach.  

12. Food Bank Needs

Donations of non-perishable food items for the Grace Pascoe Care Centre food bank and the St. John’s Norway food pantry are always welcome. Please place them in the basket in the narthex. Note: empty egg cartons are needed once again.  Thank you!

13. Offerings - Your regular offerings support the mission and ministry of St Aidan's, and we thank you.  There are a variety of ways to make a donation:

- PAG – set up monthly pre-authorized debits from your bank account directly to St. Aidan’s by completing the authorization form found on the Giving page of our website 

- PAG Changes – to  change the amount of an existing donation, send an email with the details to 

- E-transfer – send to 

- Cheques should be payable to and can be mailed to: The Church of St. Aidan, 2423 Queen St E, Toronto, ON, M4E 1H6, or dropped in our secure mailbox at the north-east corner of the building.

- Credit card – click on the link  Canada Helps: St. Aidan's Church