St Michael & All Angels Church
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St. Michael's During Covid-19
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January 2020: St Michael's continues to join in worship and fellowship each week online using Zoom. All are welcome - we are here for you!
All in-person services are suspended until further notice to comply with the current restrictions in Ontario.
Church facilities are not presently open to the public, however, if you are in need of pastoral care or have any general inquiries, please don't hesitate to contact us.
Concerning the exposure of the Kamloops Residential School mass grave
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.
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
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: https://www.torontocentralhealthline.ca/listservices.aspx?id=10071
More information at: https://firelight.ca/2021/01/28/indigenous-mental-health/
Find your quick link to all of our current services and programs here!
Find the Zoom Link for worship and bible study below Quick Links
For general inquiries, pastoral care, and information regarding weddings, baptisms, and funerals,
to join in this week's 11:00 am zoom service,
Tuesday Evening Bible Study, Friday Community Coffee Hour,
and special services!
Meeting ID: 594 268 086
Dial in by phone: 647-374-4685
This link can be used for all Sunday worship services, weekly bible study meetings, Community Coffee Hour on Fridays, and special services such as Ash Wednesday.
Please email the office for the Zoom link to children & family ministry programs
(eg. Messy Church, Fantastic Friends in Faith)
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