Map to St Barnabas on the Danforth
Riverdale Art 2015
Show & Sale
CANADIAN CHURCH CALENDAR 2016
We have a limited number of calendars for sale at $5 each. Please pick up a copy at the back of the sanctuary from Helen or Jane after Sunday services.
FOOD BANK DONATIONS
The Deacon’s Cupboard
We need more of these items: Pasta (Popular varieties), Pasta Sauces (Bottled/Canned), Canned Soup, Canned Fruit and Vegetables. Thank you for donations that have filled up the cupboard. see the full list here »
MEALS ON WHEELS DRIVERS URGENTLY NEEDED
Meals on Wheels (MOW) Drivers Urgently Needed!!! Can you spare a few hours a week during lunch hour to provide an essential service to your community? Do you have your own vehicle and a valid driver’s license? Then we desperately need your help! To get started simply contact out Volunteer Services staff at 416-645-6000 ext. 1109 or 1881, or write: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kennedy House Youth shelter, a partner agency to which our parish makes monthly donations. Located on Pape Ave., Kennedy House assists local youth in need. Trouble children and youth are cared for, assisted, and moved forward to a brighter future... For more details, see Outreach »
More about Taizé at St. Barnabas here »
Those interested in championing Outreach Ministries and/or being a parish contact person for the Primate's World Relief and Development Fund, please let Fr Jonathan or the Leadership Team know.
CHOIR WELCOMES YOU
Prayer Shawl Ministry
St Barnabas has joined an international Prayer Shawl Ministry movement. Are you a knitter? Want to learn? Details ».
Literally hundreds of members of the community - parishioners, club members, athletes, parents, children, volunteers - can be found at Saint Barnabas every day of the week. A typical week includes an assortment of these: Regular Sunday and Weekday worship, the Bach Youth Chamber Choir, Art classes, Tai Chi, Yoga, Children's Circle Day Care, Girl Guides, Little Kickers, Musical Munchkins, Sportball, Toronto Country Dancers, Toronto English Country Dancers, Jane Austen Dance, Choir rehearsals, Lunch and Learn, and many more!
BOOKS GALOREPlease browse through the fine selection of books at the back of the church. Make an offer for those you wish to take home, and it won't be refused!
WELCOME to ST BARNABAS ON THE DANFORTH
All are welcome at the celebrations of the St. Barnabas community
NEW CHOIR DIRECTOR AND ORGANIST APPOINTED
We welcome Konrad Harley as our new Choir Director and Organist. From a field of seventeen applicants Konrad was chosen for his deep musicianship, both as an organist and as composer. Konrad’s home church is Holy Trinity Anglican in Thornhill where he began his organ studies. He now has degrees in Organ Performance and Musicology, and is the recipient of numerous awards and scholarships. In addition to teaching and conducting duties at University Konrad has served for seven years at Christ Church, Woodbridge. Last year Konrad completed his Doctoral thesis on the Russian composer Sergei Prokofiev. (https://tspace.library.utoronto.ca/handle/1807/68119) A welcoming/commissioning event is planned for the near future.
THE LIFE & MINISTRY OF OUR COMMUNITY
RIVERDALE ART 2015 SHOW & SALE
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2015: Opening Reception 6pm -8:30 pm; SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2015: 10:30am - 5:00 pm. The 27th year! All new paintings by local artists. Free admission. Entrance off Hampton Avenue. Riverdale Art Show is held at St. Barnabas annually. See this year's poster here »
CHOIR: TENOR LEAD POSITION AVAILABLE
Competitive stipend, 16-voice choir, paid leads, wide repertoire, 7:45pm Thursday evening practice, 10am Sunday morning Eucharist, subway accessible: Contact: St Barnabas Anglican Church Office email: email@example.com » 416-463-1344 see also download » / Music/choir page »
MONDAYS - continues weekly on Mondays from noon to 1 pm in The Study. We will be reading (outloud) Shakespeare’s Hamlet. See The Study »
MONDAYS at 7 pm - The Monday Night Bible Study will meet at 6:30pm at the home of Deacon Grace. If you are interested in attending, please speak to her after the service. All most welcome.
THURSDAYS at 12 noon in the chancel.THE MARKET: ARTS & HANDICRAFTS
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2015 10am -3pm - Tables will be 14 vendors plus from the church a bake table, a jam table and a refreshment table.
Reception at St. Barnabas following the Ecumenical Good Friday Walk
WEEKLY AT ST BARNABAS on the DANFORTH
MANY COMMUNITY GROUPS meet regularly at St. Barnabas. For descriptions and contact information - see here »CHOIR
THURSDAYS @ 7:45 pm - Interested in choral singing at St Barnabas? New choir members welcome. In the downstairs choir room. Please speak to the clergy. For more about the choir, see here ». View repertoire past and present here »
RETREATS & QUIET TIME AT THE CONVENT
The Sisterhood of St. John the Divine (SSJD) is a monastic community within the Anglican Church of Canada located near Yonge & Finch. The sisters welcome visitors for liturgies, quiet days, retreats & workshops, or a place of peace and quiet to rest and refresh - see website ». email » / (416) 226-2201. A comprehensive listing of SSJD quiet days and retreats is available here »BACH CHILDREN'S CHORUS & BACH CHAMBER YOUTH CHOIR Composer and Pianist Eleanor Daley (left) and founder conductor Linda Beaupre (right) rehearse members of the Children's Chorus for their Spring "In the Mood Concert" in support of St Barnabas' Accessibility Project. The concert also featured The Bach Chamber Youth Choir and Melanie Doane's USchool ukelele virtuosos. The Youth Choir ages 16-24 rehearses weekly at St Barnabas. New members always welcome. Choir website here » AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL
Amnesty International needs people like you The Riverdale/Cabbagetown chapter of Amnesty International is looking for new members. Come join us. We meet right here at St. Barnabas. Group 164 (Riverdale/ Cabbagetown) of Amnesty International meets at 7 PM on the first Tuesday of each month (except for July and August) in the reception room. What do we do? See here for details »
ST. BARNABAS (CHESTER) ANGLICAN CHURCH, TORONTO
St. Barnabas on the Danforth celebrated the parish's 150th Anniversary in 2008. In conjunction with Special Memorial Service on Sunday, November 9 was an Exhibition of Artifacts collected from the extensive research project still currently underway.
This research project is being conducted by several members of the congregation who have collected the names from the church’s many memorial plaques and dedications representing those who fought in past world conflicts. By using the Canadian National Archives and old newspaper clippings available on the Internet, they have already uncovered over 90 enlistment or casualty records. It is their great hope that, with the assistance of the wider community, they will be able to discover even more information on the over 60 remaining names.
Anyone wishing to participate in this project, either to find out more information on a relative or particular individual or to offer additional details to the project, should contact Sheila Cram of the 150th Anniversary Committee through the parish office at 416-463-1344 or email »