Christ Church Scarborough Village Photo©Cliff Hope
St. Peter's, Carlton (Anglican)
188 Carlton Street, Toronto, ON, M5A 2K8
 Incumbent: The Rev. Jeanette Lewis
416-924-1891 ~ Office E-mail
St James' Deanery ~ The Rt. Rev. Patrick Yu
Diocese of Toronto ~ Anglican Church of Canada
Services: Sunday 10:30 am ~ Wednesday 12:15 pm ~ Thursday 8:00 am

St. Peter, Carlton Street , Toronto Photo Cliff Hope

Welcome to St. Peter's, Carlton. We are a warm Anglican Church in the heart of downtown Toronto, at the corner of Carlton and Bleecker, just east of Sherbourne. St. Peter's is a place of refreshment, welcoming people who seek spiritual transformation since 1863.

You are invited to experience the love of God and neighbour, to grow spiritually, and to join in works of service to others. There are educational experiences for children, young people, and adults. Our building is a place of beauty and peace. Our people are diverse, and we are an inclusive community of believers. You are free to share in our community and to ask questions about anything.

July 27th ~~~ This Week at St. Peter's Carlton Street 2014 ~~~ Aug 3rd
Fridge Notes .... click here
Sunday July 27 Holy Eucharist ~ 10:30 am
Monday July 28
Tuesday July 29
Wednesday July 30 Holy Eucharist ~ 12:15 pm
Thursday July 31
Friday Aug 1 10:00 a.m. ~ Fudger House
Saturday Aug 2 1:00 p.m.  ~ No choir practice today.
Sunday Aug 3 Holy Eucharist ~ 10:30am
Advance Notice

Saturday, August 9th - 4 - 7 p.m.  Bingo and BBQ.  Cost is $10 for adults and $5 for
children.  Cost includes all food and bingo. No need to pay in advance.  If you intend
on coming,
please put your name on the sign-up sheet located on the table in
the breezeway.  Great food and prizes!  Rain or shine.  Entrance by the back door of
the church.
St. Luke's congregation will be joining us for an outdoor service on the lawn next door on Sunday, September 7.
Their Praise Band will provide us with lively music for the service.  Be sure to come and join us and stay for hamburgers right after the service!

Good News
Because of both our financial and our congregational growth, combined with the unfortunate health problems of our Administrator, the Diocese has requested that St. Peter's now take back full responsibility for our parish again.  This means that we need to appoint both a Rector's Warden and a People's Warden for the next year and a half, serving until our 2016 Vestry meeting.

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