Christ the Savior Sobor

Toronto, Ontario

Christ the Savior Sobor

Founded 1916

Diocese: Archdiocese of Canada

Deanery: Ontario Deanery

Address

823 Manning Ave
Toronto, Ontario M6G 2W9
Canada

http://www.christthesavioursobor.com

Office: 416-534-1763

Fax: 416-534-3143

Parish Contacts

V. Rev. Vasyl Kolega
Rector
Home: 416-522-5237
Rev. Geoffrey Ready
Attached
109 Front Street East #615
Toronto, ON M5A 4P7
Home: 647-567-8955
*Rev. Anton Filchak
On Loan--Attached

Directions

General Location
Christ the Savior Cathedral is located in midtown (close to downtown) Toronto, ON.

From Highway 401
Exit Allen Rd south and travel south on Allen Rd to Eglinton Ave. Turn left onto Eglinton Ave and follow to Bathurst St. Turn right on Bathurst and follow to Dupont. Turn right onto Dupont and follow to Manning. Turn left on Manning, and the Church is on the left.

By Subway
Exit Christie station (one exit only) to Christie, continue to Christie to Follis, turn right to Follis, walk to corner of Manning and Follis Sts.

Schedule of Services

At Christ the Savior Cathedral we follow the old Julian Calendar. Services are in Church Slavonic.  (Epistle and Gospel are read in both modern Russian and English).  All needs (treby): baptisms, weddings, funerals, memorial services and molebens can be served by request in both languages.

6:00 PM Vigil and Confessions.
Saturday Evening

10:00 AM Divine Liturgy.
Sunday Morning

7:00 PM All-night Vigil.
Eves of Great Feasts

Confessions are heard following all evening services and one hour before the Liturgy.
Confessions

Please call the church at 416-534-1763 for a more complete schedule of services or to arrange special services.  For schedule please visit our website: www.christthesavioursobor.com

Parish Background

For many decades, Christ the Savior Cathedral has been serving the Russian and Eastern European communities of Toronto, providing a center of worship and a meeting place for immigrants, their families, and their descendants. Especially now we continue our missionary service to new immigrants from the former Soviet Union living in great numbers in Greater Toronto area (up to 250 thousand people).

With a large congregation, we are able to support a talented choir of parishioners which adds the beauty of their music to all services throughout the year. They also give concerts of traditional church and folk music at various times.

After Sunday liturgies we welcome all worshipers to come over to our parish refectory (trapeza) for a tasty meal, coffee and tea. This is provided by our sisterhood in cooperation with the school parental committee.

We look forward to welcoming Toronto’s residents and visitors in the future as we have in the past.