Summer Praise

We will have Summer Praise worship at NYC on Sunday, August 20, at 11 am. There will be no English service at RHE. If you would like to join us for BBQ after service, please sign up on the board. We welcome all young people to join us. Please also bring along your friends!See poster for detail

Summer Retreat

Our 2 days one night 2017 Summer Retreat will be held at Brock University, St. Catherine, on Sat and Sun. July 8 to 9. The theme is “Connecting the dots: Discerning Opportunities to Serve.” This is once a year opportunity for our three congregations to spend time together to learn, getting to know each other and to have fun. Please mark the dates on your calendar. Chinese Speaker: Pastor Billy Pang.See Poster for detail

Sports Night

Starting Jan 13, 2017, every Friday, 8:15 to 10:15 pm we will have Sports Night again at Jean Vanier Catholic School. You are welcome to bring friends for badminton and basketball.


What activities do Christians have during the week? You may consider joining us every Thursday, 9 am to 1 pm, for a new program “YEAH” (Young and Energetic at Heart) Club, and learn craft, origami, ping pong, interest classes. There will be time for fellowship and lunch together. All are welcome!

Nurturing Credit System

We have launched the Nurturing Credit System, with the purpose to encourage parishioners’ spiritual growth and practice Christian living. We encourage everyone to get 10 credits before June 2015, and our goal is to achieve 500 credits church wide. There are many things we can do to grow spiritually and practice Christian living. For example, attending Sunday School, reading devotional books or material, audio and visual CDs or DVDs, or even caring by making phone calls and visits. All parishioners are encouraged to sign your name or colour the paper doll and put it on the poster.

Ms. Marilyn Yeung named to the honour of the Order of the Diocese of Toronto

Ms. Marilyn Yeung (St. Christopher), nominated by the Archbishop, for her many years of service in all capacities in building up her parish and in the diocese as a trained volunteer facilitator in SCOD, member of Synod and diocesan boards and committees, bringing quiet wisdom and generous insight to complicated and contentious issues.

We are proud for Marilyn to receive this honour! Thank you Marilyn!



-> About the newly created Order of the Diocese of Toronto

-> Link to more detail of the service at the Cathedral