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Pastoral Care


Pastoral care is provided by the Cathedral Clergy and the Parish Nurse. Some volunteer lay persons also assist with the Pastoral Care ministries.

Cathedral Parish Nursing/Health Ministry Program
The Parish Nurse works alongside the clergy in the ministry of caring for the whole person: body, mind and spirit.

Active members of the Cathedral Community provide a continuing association with those members who are unable to participate in the services and activities of the Cathedral.

 

 


Pastoral care is provided by the Cathedral Clergy and the Parish Nurse. Some volunteer lay persons also assist with the Pastoral Care ministries.

Cathedral Parish Nursing/Health Ministry Program
The Parish Nurse works alongside the clergy in the ministry of caring for the whole person: body, mind and spirit.

Active members of the Cathedral Community provide a continuing association with those members who are unable to participate in the services and activities of the Cathedral.

 

 

York Group Projects


Moorelands Community Services
works with Toronto children and youth living in poverty to enhance their self esteem and life skills and to assist them in becoming responsible members of their communities. This service is supported by the Cathedral’s York Group.  Visit Moorelands' site.

Visit the
York Group Page



Moorelands Community Services
works with Toronto children and youth living in poverty to enhance their self esteem and life skills and to assist them in becoming responsible members of their communities. This service is supported by the Cathedral’s York Group.  Visit Moorelands' site.

Visit the
York Group Page


Community Outreach

Tuesday Afternoon Drop-In Centre
The Centre is open every Tuesday afternoon from 1:30-3:30pm in Snell Hall of the Cathedral Centre (65 Church Street, ramp door at canopy) providing a light lunch and companionship to guests.  A priest is always available. Among the services available: health clinic, foot care, hygiene products, hair cuts, and medical referral.  A Bible Study is also offered.

The Good Food Box Program

Boxes of fresh fruit and vegetables are provided for a minimal charge for low-income singles and families on a monthly basis. The Cathedral subsidizes the contributions made by the programs clients. This program is available through Tuesday Drop In.

Annual Christmas Food Drive
Each year, volunteers coordinate a campaign to collect financial support and non-perishable food donations. In 2015 approximately $6,400 was raised and many cartons of food collected to support the food programs at St. Bart’s, Regent Park and All Saints, Sherbourne.

Donations of Toiletries

We are able to make good use of hotel-size toiletries such as shampoo, soap, lotion, toothpaste, razors, and combs. We accept small donations of clothing such as men's and women's shoes, casual clothing, and socks. Thank you to all who support this ministry.


Click here
to view a survey of global relationships of churches within the Diocese of Toronto, published April 2011.  

 

 

 

 

 

Affiliate Outreach Projects

The Primate's World Relief & Development Fund

PWRDF and their activities, which include overseas projects, disaster relief, work with Canadian Aboriginal peoples and refugee sponsorship, is supported by the Cathedral community.  The Rev'd Jesse Parker is the Diocese of Toronto representative to the PWRDF.

Supportive Housing
Members of the cathedral community sit on the boards of two supportive housing projects which we originally helped to initiate.
 
FaithWorks
Through this annual campaign, the Cathedral supports the extensive outreach of the Diocese of Toronto.
Visit
FaithWorks

Street to Trail helps people living on the streets of Toronto to rediscover their inner sense of worth, using the healing power of the natural world. This program is supported by the Cathedral’s Outreach Committee. Visit Street to Trail.

 


 


The Primate's World Relief & Development Fund

PWRDF and their activities, which include overseas projects, disaster relief, work with Canadian Aboriginal peoples and refugee sponsorship, is supported by the Cathedral community.  The Rev'd Jesse Parker is the Diocese of Toronto representative to the PWRDF.

Supportive Housing
Members of the cathedral community sit on the boards of two supportive housing projects which we originally helped to initiate.
 
FaithWorks
Through this annual campaign, the Cathedral supports the extensive outreach of the Diocese of Toronto.
Visit
FaithWorks

Street to Trail helps people living on the streets of Toronto to rediscover their inner sense of worth, using the healing power of the natural world. This program is supported by the Cathedral’s Outreach Committee. Visit Street to Trail.