What is so good or so pleasant as for brothers to dwell together in unity?

– Psalm 132:1

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St. Volodymyr Cathedral Toronto, the home parish of All Saints of Ukraine Chapel, is a member-driven and directed community affiliated with the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of Canada, whose governance structure mandates a leadership role for laity working cooperatively with clergy for the furtherance of the faith. Membership represents an important commitment to the continued flourishing of the Ukrainian Orthodox community in the Greater Toronto Area. Members have the right to stand for election to the Board of Directors, to propose programs, present motions and to vote on motions at meetings of members where policies and future direction of the community are set.

We invite those who share the faith, values and principles of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of Canada to become members of our parish.

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“They devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer.”

– Acts 2:42

Come, join members of our parish for coffee and sweet treats after the Divine Liturgy, Sundays. On special occassions, enjoy delicious potluck meals that fuse the culinary talents of parishioners — to delight the taste buds of young and old alike; or sip “Coffee with Отець”, a chance to engage Fr. Jaroslaw on Orthodox approaches to contemporary questions and the challenges of modern life in a relaxed, informal setting.

Sunday School

From September to the end of June, children from 5 to 13 have the opportunity to join their peers at Sunday School at All Saints of Ukraine Chapel, under the direction of Dobr. Natalia Buciora. Classes, which combine fun, friendship and religious instruction, start shortly after the beginning of the Divine Liturgy — and end before The Lord’s Prayer so that the children may approach for Communion.

For more information, please contact Dobr. Natalia: 905.855.7757.

Chapel Choir

“Sing the praises of the Lord, enthroned in Zion; proclaim among the nations what he has done.”

– Psalm 9:12

Singers are invited to join the dedicated group of volunteers under the direction of choirmaster Svitlana Lysogor and add their voices to adorn the weekly worship of God at the Liturgy. Choir members are asked to arrive 15 minutes prior to the beginning of the service. Rehearsals are held in advance of major Feasts.

For more information, please contact Svitlana: 416.938.9699.

Lecture Series

Everyone may benefit from the Chapel’s ongoing Lecture Series, organized by Fr. Dr. Jaroslaw Buciora. Lectures combine Father’s pastoral perspective with the professional experience and personal testimony of parishioners and members of the wider community. The series focuses on issues that are often considered difficult and rarely discussed openly, but are especially relevant in the context of a world where rapid and radical change is increasingly the rule. Examples of topics covered: Suicide, Depression, Genetic Engineering, Transplants.

For more information, please contact Fr. Jaroslaw: 905.855.7757.

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There came to St. Antony in the desert one of the wise men of that time and said: “Father, how can you endure to live here, deprived as you are of all consolation from books?”

Antony answered: “My book, philosopher, is the nature of created things, and whenever I wish I can read in it the works of God.”

— Evagrius of Pontus

Whom have we Lord, like You — the Great One who became small, the Wakeful who slept, the Pure One who was baptized, the Living One who died, the King who abased Himself to ensure honour for all. Blessed is Your honour!

It is right that man should acknowledge Your divinity, it is right for heavenly beings to worship Your humanity. The heavenly beings were amazed to see how small You became, and earthly ones to see how exalted.

— St. Ephrem the Syrian

The Holy Spirit is light and life, a living fountain of knowledge, Spirit of wisdom, Spirit of understanding, loving, righteous, filled with knowledge and power, cleansing our offences, God and making us god, Fire that comes forth from Fire, speaking, working, distributing gifts of grace. By Him were all the prophets, the apostles of God and all the martyrs crowned.

Strange were the tidings, strange was the vision at Pentecost: Fire came down, bestowing gifts of grace on each.

— From Vespers on the Feast of Pentecost

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The most important thing to happen between God and the human soul is to love and to be loved.

Kallistos Kataphytigiotis

How can we make Christ come dwell in our hearts? How else except through love?

Fr. Theoklitos of Dionysiou

Thirst after Jesus, and he will satisfy you with His love.

St. Isaac the Syrian

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Come into the ark, you and all your household, because I have seen that you are righteous before Me in this generation.

— Gen. 7:1