Upcoming Events

    FREE Noontime Classical Recitals Are Back!

    2018-2-9
    12:00pm
    187 king st west

    There’s lots more great classical music coming u...

    FREE Noontime Classical Recitals Are Back!

    Friday, Feb 9, 2018 - Wednesday, May 25, 2050

    Time: 12:00pm - 1:00pm

    There’s lots more great classical music coming up! Performers will include talented students and professional artists performing solo and chamber repertoire. Here’s our Winter-Spring lineup:February 23 - Tristan Savella, piano; Royce Rich, violinMarch 2 - Melody Chan, pianoMarch 9 - Rudin Lengo, pianoMarch 16 - Matthew Li and Younggun Kim, piano four handsMarch 23 - Asher Armstrong, piano; Emily Kruspe violinMarch 30 - Good Friday – No recital this dayApril 6  - Emily Chiang, Youngah Bang, piano 4 handsApril 13 - Jean-Luc Therrien, pianoApril 20 – Mary Kenedi, pianoApril 27 – Allison Angelo, soprano; Ariana Chris, mezzo sopranoMay 4 - Andrew Fu, pianoMay 11 - Vlad Soloviev, pianoMay 18 - Daniel Ramjattan, guitar; Marlena Pellegrino, violinMay 25 - Leonard Gilbert, piano                                                                                                                                    
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    Sactuary
    187 king st west
    Toronto, ON M5J1W9

    Event Fees:



    Registration is closed for this event.
    For more information or questions, please email:
    info@standrewstoronto.org

    188th Anniversary Brunch - St. Giles’ Cathedral: Mother Church of Presbyterianism

    Saturday, Mar 3, 2018 -

    Time: 9:30am - 11:30am

    St. Giles’ Cathedral: Mother Church of PresbyterianismSt. Giles’ Cathedral, The High Kirk of Edinburgh, has played a central role in the history of Scotland, sitting as it does on the High Street in the heart of the medieval Old Town of Edinburgh. Not least is its role in the Scottish Reformation, which gave birth to Presbyterian Church government. The talk will offer a historic review of the church, founded in 1124, reflect on its role in Scottish society and look to the future of ministry in the centre of Scotland’s capital city.The Rev. Calum MacLeodBorn in Scotland, Calum studied in Glasgow where he obtained a BA in Economics from the University of Strathclyde and a BD in Divinity from the University of Glasgow. From 1994 until 1997 he was Probationer Assistant and then Assistant Minister of St Columba’s Church of Scotland, London, where he was Ordained in March 1996. Appointed to the staff of Fourth Presbyterian Church, Chicago [PCUSA] in September 1997 he served that congregation in a number of capacities concluding as Executive Associate Pastor and Head of Staff. He is now the Minister of St. Giles’ Cathedral in Edinburgh.Tickets are $20 each. Seating is limited, so please buy your ticket early! Tickets are on sale until Tuesday, February 27, 2018
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    Great Hall
    75 Simcoe Street
    Toronto, Ontario M5J 1W9

    Event Fees:


    For King and Country

    Saturday, May 5, 2018 -

    Time: 7:30pm - 9:30pm

    Discover how Canadians experienced the First World War, both on the battlefield and at home, in a unique commemoration here at Toronto's historic St. Andrew's Church. For King and Country will feature an engaging mix of live musical performances, dramatic readings, displays of rare photographs and artefacts, and more.The centrepiece of this evening will be the world première of a new song cycle about Canada and the First World War by Tony Quarrington. The Toronto musician-composer and Juno Award-winning producer will perform these songs with his band - a dozen or more top local musicians, including opera singer and Order of Canada recipient, Mary Lou Fallis. Complementing the songs will be a big screen show of wartime photographs and dramatic readings performed by actors Kirk Dunn and Will King, and soprano Allison Angelo.Audience members can also view a rare battlefield relic, the Vimy Cross. This Celtic-style wooden cross was created and raised on the battlefield days after the Canadian army's successful assault on Vimy Ridge in 1917. The Cross was shipped last year to France, where it was on display at Canadian National Vimy Memorial as part of the centenary commemorations. Other rare battlefield artefacts will be on display this evening in the 48th Highlanders Museum. Tours of the on-site museum at St. Andrew's will be available before and after the program.For King and Country is presented by Music at St. Andrew's and the 48th Highlanders of Canada. It’s the third and final presentation in Music at St.Andrew's commemorative trilogy marking key anniversaries of the First and Second World Wars.                                                                          
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    Sanctuary
    187 King St West
    Toronto, Ontario M5J 1W9

    Event Fees:


    188th Anniversary Brunch - St. Giles’ Cathedral: Mother

    2018-3-3
    9:30am
    75 Simcoe Street

    St. Giles’ Cathedral: Mother Chur...

    FREE Noontime Classical Recitals Are Back!

    Friday, Feb 9, 2018 - Wednesday, May 25, 2050

    Time: 12:00pm - 1:00pm

    There’s lots more great classical music coming up! Performers will include talented students and professional artists performing solo and chamber repertoire. Here’s our Winter-Spring lineup:February 23 - Tristan Savella, piano; Royce Rich, violinMarch 2 - Melody Chan, pianoMarch 9 - Rudin Lengo, pianoMarch 16 - Matthew Li and Younggun Kim, piano four handsMarch 23 - Asher Armstrong, piano; Emily Kruspe violinMarch 30 - Good Friday – No recital this dayApril 6  - Emily Chiang, Youngah Bang, piano 4 handsApril 13 - Jean-Luc Therrien, pianoApril 20 – Mary Kenedi, pianoApril 27 – Allison Angelo, soprano; Ariana Chris, mezzo sopranoMay 4 - Andrew Fu, pianoMay 11 - Vlad Soloviev, pianoMay 18 - Daniel Ramjattan, guitar; Marlena Pellegrino, violinMay 25 - Leonard Gilbert, piano                                                                                                                                    
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    Location


    Sactuary
    187 king st west
    Toronto, ON M5J1W9

    Event Fees:



    Registration is closed for this event.
    For more information or questions, please email:
    info@standrewstoronto.org

    188th Anniversary Brunch - St. Giles’ Cathedral: Mother Church of Presbyterianism

    Saturday, Mar 3, 2018 -

    Time: 9:30am - 11:30am

    St. Giles’ Cathedral: Mother Church of PresbyterianismSt. Giles’ Cathedral, The High Kirk of Edinburgh, has played a central role in the history of Scotland, sitting as it does on the High Street in the heart of the medieval Old Town of Edinburgh. Not least is its role in the Scottish Reformation, which gave birth to Presbyterian Church government. The talk will offer a historic review of the church, founded in 1124, reflect on its role in Scottish society and look to the future of ministry in the centre of Scotland’s capital city.The Rev. Calum MacLeodBorn in Scotland, Calum studied in Glasgow where he obtained a BA in Economics from the University of Strathclyde and a BD in Divinity from the University of Glasgow. From 1994 until 1997 he was Probationer Assistant and then Assistant Minister of St Columba’s Church of Scotland, London, where he was Ordained in March 1996. Appointed to the staff of Fourth Presbyterian Church, Chicago [PCUSA] in September 1997 he served that congregation in a number of capacities concluding as Executive Associate Pastor and Head of Staff. He is now the Minister of St. Giles’ Cathedral in Edinburgh.Tickets are $20 each. Seating is limited, so please buy your ticket early! Tickets are on sale until Tuesday, February 27, 2018
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    Location


    Great Hall
    75 Simcoe Street
    Toronto, Ontario M5J 1W9

    Event Fees:


    For King and Country

    Saturday, May 5, 2018 -

    Time: 7:30pm - 9:30pm

    Discover how Canadians experienced the First World War, both on the battlefield and at home, in a unique commemoration here at Toronto's historic St. Andrew's Church. For King and Country will feature an engaging mix of live musical performances, dramatic readings, displays of rare photographs and artefacts, and more.The centrepiece of this evening will be the world première of a new song cycle about Canada and the First World War by Tony Quarrington. The Toronto musician-composer and Juno Award-winning producer will perform these songs with his band - a dozen or more top local musicians, including opera singer and Order of Canada recipient, Mary Lou Fallis. Complementing the songs will be a big screen show of wartime photographs and dramatic readings performed by actors Kirk Dunn and Will King, and soprano Allison Angelo.Audience members can also view a rare battlefield relic, the Vimy Cross. This Celtic-style wooden cross was created and raised on the battlefield days after the Canadian army's successful assault on Vimy Ridge in 1917. The Cross was shipped last year to France, where it was on display at Canadian National Vimy Memorial as part of the centenary commemorations. Other rare battlefield artefacts will be on display this evening in the 48th Highlanders Museum. Tours of the on-site museum at St. Andrew's will be available before and after the program.For King and Country is presented by Music at St. Andrew's and the 48th Highlanders of Canada. It’s the third and final presentation in Music at St.Andrew's commemorative trilogy marking key anniversaries of the First and Second World Wars.                                                                          
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    Sanctuary
    187 King St West
    Toronto, Ontario M5J 1W9

    Event Fees:


    For King and Country

    2018-5-5
    7:30pm
    187 King St West

    Discover how Canadians experienced the First World...

    FREE Noontime Classical Recitals Are Back!

    Friday, Feb 9, 2018 - Wednesday, May 25, 2050

    Time: 12:00pm - 1:00pm

    There’s lots more great classical music coming up! Performers will include talented students and professional artists performing solo and chamber repertoire. Here’s our Winter-Spring lineup: February 23 - Tristan Savella, piano; Royce Rich, violin March 2 - Melody Chan, piano March 9 - Rudin Lengo, piano March 16 - Matthew Li and Younggun Kim, piano four hands March 23 - Asher Armstrong, piano; Emily Kruspe violin March 30 - Good Friday – No recital this day April 6  - Emily Chiang, Youngah Bang, piano 4 hands April 13 - Jean-Luc Therrien, piano April 20 – Mary Kenedi, piano April 27 – Allison Angelo, soprano; Ariana Chris, mezzo soprano May 4 - Andrew Fu, piano May 11 - Vlad Soloviev, piano May 18 - Daniel Ramjattan, guitar; Marlena Pellegrino, violin May 25 - Leonard Gilbert, piano                                                                                                                                     
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    Location


    Sactuary
    187 king st west
    Toronto, ON M5J1W9

    Event Fees:



    Registration is closed for this event.
    For more information or questions, please email:
    info@standrewstoronto.org

    188th Anniversary Brunch - St. Giles’ Cathedral: Mother Church of Presbyterianism

    Saturday, Mar 3, 2018 -

    Time: 9:30am - 11:30am

    St. Giles’ Cathedral: Mother Church of Presbyterianism St. Giles’ Cathedral, The High Kirk of Edinburgh, has played a central role in the history of Scotland, sitting as it does on the High Street in the heart of the medieval Old Town of Edinburgh. Not least is its role in the Scottish Reformation, which gave birth to Presbyterian Church government. The talk will offer a historic review of the church, founded in 1124, reflect on its role in Scottish society and look to the future of ministry in the centre of Scotland’s capital city. The Rev. Calum MacLeod Born in Scotland, Calum studied in Glasgow where he obtained a BA in Economics from the University of Strathclyde and a BD in Divinity from the University of Glasgow. From 1994 until 1997 he was Probationer Assistant and then Assistant Minister of St Columba’s Church of Scotland, London, where he was Ordained in March 1996. Appointed to the staff of Fourth Presbyterian Church, Chicago [PCUSA] in September 1997 he served that congregation in a number of capacities concluding as Executive Associate Pastor and Head of Staff. He is now the Minister of St. Giles’ Cathedral in Edinburgh. Tickets are $20 each. Seating is limited, so please buy your ticket early! Tickets are on sale until Tuesday, February 27, 2018
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    Location


    Great Hall
    75 Simcoe Street
    Toronto, Ontario M5J 1W9

    Event Fees:


    For King and Country

    Saturday, May 5, 2018 -

    Time: 7:30pm - 9:30pm

    Discover how Canadians experienced the First World War, both on the battlefield and at home, in a unique commemoration here at Toronto's historic St. Andrew's Church. For King and Country will feature an engaging mix of live musical performances, dramatic readings, displays of rare photographs and artefacts, and more. The centrepiece of this evening will be the world première of a new song cycle about Canada and the First World War by Tony Quarrington. The Toronto musician-composer and Juno Award-winning producer will perform these songs with his band - a dozen or more top local musicians, including opera singer and Order of Canada recipient, Mary Lou Fallis. Complementing the songs will be a big screen show of wartime photographs and dramatic readings performed by actors Kirk Dunn and Will King, and soprano Allison Angelo. Audience members can also view a rare battlefield relic, the Vimy Cross. This Celtic-style wooden cross was created and raised on the battlefield days after the Canadian army's successful assault on Vimy Ridge in 1917. The Cross was shipped last year to France, where it was on display at Canadian National Vimy Memorial as part of the centenary commemorations. Other rare battlefield artefacts will be on display this evening in the 48th Highlanders Museum. Tours of the on-site museum at St. Andrew's will be available before and after the program. For King and Country is presented by Music at St. Andrew's and the 48th Highlanders of Canada. It’s the third and final presentation in Music at St. Andrew's commemorative trilogy marking key anniversaries of the First and Second World Wars.                                                                           
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    Location


    Sanctuary
    187 King St West
    Toronto, Ontario M5J 1W9

    Event Fees: