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St Michael & All Angels Church

Serving the Wychwood-Hillcrest Community in Toronto since 1907

You are welcome here!



 Sunday service will use a hybrid model where we will Zoom the live in-person service happening in the Church.

We welcome you to join us in whatever way enables you to worship Our Lord.



Meeting ID: 594 268 086

Passcode: 848886

Dial in by phone: 647-374-4685

This link can be used for all Sunday worship services

St Michael's At A Glance

Sunday Worship - In Person & on Zoom! 

10:00 am - St Clair Ave entrance

Join us for worship in a modified service that is quiet, contemplative, and open to all who wish to attend

For those who wish to join remotely in worship, hymn singing, and fellowship from home through Zoom link above

Sunday Worship - Church of the Resurrection

1:00 pm Filipino language service

Worship provided by the Church of the Resurrection in Tagalog

Tuesday Evening Bible Fellowship (Study)

7:00-8:30 pm on Zoom (Link at top of page)

Join fellow seekers in exploring the wisdom of the ancient Biblical text through weekly readings, casual conversation, and prayer.

Underground Cafe

Friday 10:00-11:30 am - Front lawn on St Clair Ave

Extending community one coffee at a time! This drop-in community meet-up provides refreshments and conversation

Beeton Cupboard Food Bank 

Wednesday 11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Providing grocery items on a drop-in basis, no questions asked, no registration required. Access via Wychwood Ave (wooden gate)

We are honoured to be recognized for the community work at St. Michael and All Angels during the pandemic.

For more information on our community contributions, see our 'in the news' page here -

and view the special 'Green Door' YouTube Channel series made for children here! -


TO Community Champion Nom
Ministry Programs
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Celebrating long term faithful parishioner,

Arthur Downes!


July 26th, 2022 Charles Arthur Downes, on behalf of the Downes Family was recognized by the City of Toronto for the incredible contributions that he and his family have made throughout several decades. Arthur, a retired Justice of the Peace, recipient of Ontario Black History Association Life Time achievement award, was nominated to have a street named in honor of his family. Some of the church members were present at the ceremony which was held on the newly named street. Downes street runs in between Lakeshore Blvd and Queens Quay - running east to west - currently at Cooper street - BUT when the buildings in the way are taken down for further development it will run all the way to Yonge Street!

THANK YOU ARTHUR and the Downes family for all you have done for this city! 


Commffest supported by the US CONSULATE
to PROMOTE MUSIC of America and other art forms. 


Arthur Downes


St Michaels has many members from all around the world. Covid and our zoom presence has brought us closer to one another. One such person is Saba. Saba and her sister and mother are Iranian refugees, currently settling in Spain. They are very dear to the St. Michael and All Angels community and we hope and pray that one day, when they are secure in their Spanish citizenship, that we will be able to host them here as our guests. June 14th we recognized international refugees around the world through our  Sunday services and were delighted to have Saba share prayers written from her heart and experience during the sermon. We want to share them with you. Saba has given permission for you to share them widely or use them for your personal or parish/synagogue/mosque/ashram prayer life.

Thank you Saba.

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View Recording Below

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Quick Links

Find your quick link to all of our current services and programs here! Click on a link for program details and information.

Find the Zoom Link for worship and bible study below Quick Links

​For general inquiries, pastoral care, and information regarding weddings, baptisms, and funerals, please contact us.

Please email the office for the Zoom link to children & family ministry programs

(eg. Messy Church, Fantastic Friends in Faith)

Concerning the exposure of the Kamloops Residential School mass grave

To read Pastor Jenni's address on Marieval Residential School from Sunday June 27, click HERE

This note was written in response to the exposure of the graves of Indigenous children at the Kamloops residential school in early June 2021. As these horrible discoveries and exposures of the truth of these schools continue to unfold, our statement is extended to include all Indigenous communities and families being impacted ongoing, including but not limited to the Cowessess Nation in Saskatchewan, who are grappling with the excavation of 751 unmarked graves at Marieval Residentail School. Our love, prayers, and deepest condolences are extended to all impacted.

Dear Community:

We at St Michael and All Angels Church want to acknowledge and speak from our hearts to the tragedy of discovering 215 Indigenous childrens' bodies in the ground of an Indian Residential School in Kamloops, BC. This tragedy, horror, and disgusting practice of negating the humanity of Indigenous people and children is sickening and heart breaking.

     We as a country and as a people cannot heal until we take responsibility for the harm that we as settlers have committed.

     The Anglican church was a participant in running residential schools. We have worked hard to acknowledge, learn of and make reparations borne out of our failure, but there is still work to be done.

     We pray for deep healing for the Indigenous community, for the community of Canada as a whole, for all those deeply affected by the news of this exposure, and for the grief and trauma caused by the residential school system.

     If you, like so many of us, are struggling with this news and how it impacts your faith and faith practices, or with having conversations about this with children or family, please feel free to reach out to us. Our clergy are available for pastoral care.

If you are Indigenous and in need of further support, there are also the following resources that may be helpful:

Indian Residential School Survivors Society:


24 hour crisis line: 1-866-925-4419

Please contact if you require emotional support or assistance

Anishnabe Health Toronto – 22 Vaughan Rd.

Office: 416-360-0486

Crisis line: 416-891-8606

First Nations, Métis & Inuit Hope for Wellness Help Line | Canada-Wide
If you’re experiencing emotional distress and want to talk, call the First Nations, Métis & Inuit Hope for Wellness Help Line: 1-855-242-3310. Available 24/7, Canada-wide. 

NWAC Elder Support Line | Canada-Wide
Available Monday-Friday 9AM-11AM EST & 1PM-3PM EST
Call 888-664-780

Talk4Healing - Telephone Helpline and On-line Chat Counselling Services  

Anishnawbe Health Toronto - Gerrard Street Site - Walk-In Counselling  
179 Gerrard St E, Toronto, ON  M5A 2E5


More links to Indigenous mental health supports in the Toronto area are available here:

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