Read the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Lenten Book, “Say It To God: In Search of Prayer"

We encourage everyone to read the Archbishop of Canterbury's Lenten Book, "Say It To God: In Search of Prayer" by Luigi Gioia.

In Say it to God Luigi Gioia provides a welcome encouragement to all those who feel the need to freshen their practice of prayer. For Gioia, prayer is not about methods or techniques, but trusting that God is truly interested in everything that happens to us and wants to hear about it. The book leads the reader into the theological aspects of prayer and how it relates to Christ, to the Holy Spirit and to the Church. This is done without using complex theological concepts but simply through scriptural quotations. Chapters are kept brief intentionally to make the book suitable for daily reading over the Lenten period. With a foreword by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Say it to God demonstrates that the everyday, even the most mundane of tasks and situations, can be applied in deepening our practice of prayer.

You can buy a paperback or Kindle version at, or digital versions at Indigo/Chapters or Apple iBooks.


Children's Christmas Eve at St. Brides

St. Bride's has three services on Christmas Eve.  For children and the young-at-heart, we offer our fun and shorter service at 5:00pm which includes a Christmas Pageant presented by the kids from St. Brides.  Come hear the Christmas Story and celebrate with us!


Remembrance Sunday - Nov. 12th @ 10am

Every year we honour the sacrifices of those who have served and are serving in our military.  This year's Remembrance service will be held at 10am on Sunday, November 12th.


Newcomers Brunch - Nov. 5th at 11:30am

Are you new to St. Bride's?

Join us for a delicious brunch in the Rainbow Room.  Meet clergy and lay leaders and learn more about our life and ministry.

Everyone is welcome - bring the whole family. RSVP to Grace at 905-822-0422.


Treasure Chest - Dinner & Show - Sunday Oct. 22nd at 4:30pm

This Family Dinner Theatre show features Master Story Teller Dennis Hassell in a collection of classic and original stories that examine the connection between imagination and love while touching on the spiritual dimensions of life. It is designed to appeal to families and people of all ages and it has been performed hundreds of time across North America. It is funny, and delightful. the Toronto Star writes that "Hassell is a barrellfull!"

Tickets are available from the church office. Cost: Children $5, Students & Seniors $15, Adults $20. Prices include dinner and show.

Dennis Hassell is all about telling stories that help folks understand the kingdom of God in their world and in their lives. This presentation will be both entertaining and thought provoking - more importantly it will continue our discussions about living as an individual and a family in a post-Christian world.