Second Sunday after Pentecost
June 14, 2020 

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⛪️SUNDAY WORSHIP - BAS Morning Prayer 

Guest Preacher: Bishop Kevin Robertson

An special video BAS Morning Prayer Service for the Second Sunday after Pentecost will premiere on our Facebook page Sunday morning at 10:30 a.m. Join us as we virtually worship together!

After the broadcast, the video will be saved on our page so you can view it later if you are unable to tune in for the premiere at 10:30 a.m.

Bishop Kevin Robertson will be our guest preacher and will be joining us on ZOOM coffee hour.

Online worship from St. James Cathedral can be found here:


Sunday, June 14 at 12:00 p.m.

We will be having a virtual coffee hour on Sunday at 12:00 p.m, and we will be joined by Bishop Kevin Robertson.

To join in, use the following link:

Meeting ID: 742 2357 3919    Password: 9kqHXG

Note: Unfortunately, the phone-in option will not be available this week, but it will be as of next week.


In place of the regular Thursday in Song video, this week we have posted a special music reflection on Lift Ev’ry Voice and Sing, which can be found here:

You can watch the latest episodes of our video reflection series below.

📖 Dwelling in the Word - New episode every Tuesday

🎶 Thursdays in Song - New episode every Thursday



Summer Letter from Rev. Graham McCaffrey

Rev. Graham McCaffrey has written a summer letter to the parish. It can be found here:


On a Summer Sabbath Rest:  A letter from the Ontario House of Bishops 

The Most Reverend Anne Germond, Metropolitan of the Ecclesiastical Province of Ontario has written a letter on behalf of the Bishops of the Ecclesiastical Province of Ontario. It can be found here:


Letter to the Diocese from Bishop Andrew

Bishop Andrew Asbil has written a letter to the Diocese in follow-up to the above letter from Archbishop Anne Germond. It can be found here:

COVID-19 Updates from the Anglican Diocese of Toronto

As news continues to emerge about the COVID-19 pandemic and measures being taken in response, the Diocese of Toronto will share official updates here: