Bathurst 2020




During the summer series we will be holding a series of conversations about the future of our congregation. Where do we want to be? What do we want to be? Should we be looking for community partners?

The summer services are held at College Street United Church, at the north-west corner of College and Bathurst, and start with a pot luck supper sharp at 6:00 pm, followed by an informal service at 7:00 pm.

Upcoming services in this series include:

  • Wed, August 23
    Topic: Bathurst 2017 Pride Service Reflection

  • Wed, August 30
    Topic: Generous Spaces ministry

Previous services in this series included:

  • Wed, August 16
    Topic: Update on the Westbank development (Bloor & Bathurst)

  • Wed, August 9
    Topic: Colombian Methodist partner Paola Marquez

  • Wed, August 2
    Topic: Revisiting the Crieff Hills Bathurst 2020 Conversation

  • Wed, July 26
    Topic: Pre-wedding celebration for Caro and Audrey

  • Wed, July 19
    Reflecting on the visit to A Different Booklist

  • Wed, July 12
    Visiting A Different Booklist

  • Wed, July 5
    Home - Howard Williams


Living into our Faith

While Pentecost doesn’t get marketed to consumers the way Christmas and Easter do, at Bathurst it definitely gets its due! Pentecost Sunday 2017 at Bathurst included a baptism and many songs and chants associated with the Holy Spirit.

Services in this series include:

  • Sun, June 25 - Pride Sunday
    The Gates Shall Not Be Shut
    Caro Ibrahim
    10:30 am in the chapel at Trinity-St. Paul's

Previous services in this series included:

  • Sun, June 18 - Our Summer Solstice Service
    8:00 am on the beach at the foot of MacLean Ave (at Hubbard Blvd.)
    Ralph Carl Wushke

  • Sun, June 11 - Our Mental Health Mission
    The CAMH Volunteer Team

  • Sun, June 4 - Baptism of Henry James Griffin
    Ralph Carl Wushke

Living Witness – Living Hope – Living Faith

Every age is a crucible, a refiner’s fire for people of faith. The Book of Acts, the first letter of Peter and the Easter gospels attest to the tests and fortitude of the first generation of believers. Our Easter series will seek to find resonance between these ancient witnesses and the contexts of our time

Services in this series included:

  • Sun, May 28 - Cast all your anxieties on God, for God cares for you
    10:30 am in the chapel at Trinity-St. Paul's Centre
    Ralph Carl Wushke

  • Sun, May 21 - John 14:15-21 - If you love me, keep my commandments
    Caro Ibrahim

  • Sun, May 14 - Thomas & Phillip, faith will issue in works
    Ralph Carl Wushke

  • Sun, May 7 - Retreat at Crieff Hills

  • Sun, April 30 - Luke 24:13-35 - Their eyes were opened at the breaking of the bread
    Ralph Carl Wushke

  • Sun, April 23 - "Doubting" Thomas; What is Faith?
    Ralph Carl Wushke

Born of Swirling Stardust; Called by Desire




Our Lenten series is grounded in the images of the Ash Wednesday Evening Prayer, with its theme of dust and ashes enlivened by God as holy Desire, and Elder Diane Longboat's reference to the swirling stardust on Lent. More...

Worship services are Sundays at 10:30 am in the Chapel at the Trinity-St. Paul’s Centre, 427 Bloor St. West. In July and August, we meet Wednesday evenings at College Street United Church, 454 College St. at Bathurst (pot luck supper at 6:00 pm. An informal service at 7:00.)

Responding to the Spirit

Building Relationships

Working for Justice