Who's in Charge? The Politics of King Jesus: February 14, 2021
St. Paul's Bloor Street
Welcome to St. Paul's Bloor Street! Our vision is a church made alive, a city made new, and a people made whole. Today we're continuing with our sermon series: "Who's in Charge? The Politics of King Jesus" and looking at Revelation 21:1-7 .
Locations & Times
  • Online Service (youtube.com/stpaulsbloor)
    Sunday 10:30 AM
Questions to Ponder:

1. What do you think: is the elevator going up, or coming down?

2. How much time do you spend thinking about the afterlife? Do you find it beneficial to think that way?

3. What difference does it make today knowing that one day King Jesus will return?

4. If God is coming down to make his home on earth, then what is heaven all about?

5. Do you find the book of Revelation Confusing? Encouraging? Weird? Other?

6. What does John mean when he writes that the return of Jesus will cause the “old order of things to pass away?” (Rev. 21:4)

6. How should we spend our time NOW knowing that Jesus will return in the FUTURE?

Closing Prayer:
Loving God, open our ears to hear your word and draw us closer to you, that the whole world may be one with you as you are one with us in Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

Join us for a farewell celebration for the Rev. Canon Dr. Barry Parker

Join us on February 16 at 7:30 pm to celebrate The Rev. Canon Dr. Barry Parker’s 23 years of ministry at St. Paul’s Bloor Street.Though we can’t gather in person, we still want to thank Barry for how much his ministry has blessed us before he retires at the end of February.
*Please note: This is a virtual celebration happening on Zoom.* Registrants will be sent the Zoom link and more details closer to the event date.


Barry's KudoBoard

Don't forget - you can share memories, prayer, warm wishes, and gratitude on Barry's KudoBoard here:


Ash Wednesday Service

You're invited to our Ash Wednesday Service on February 17 at 7 pm on YouTube.


Give Online

Thank you for your continued support of our ministry at St. Paul’s. Your financial gifts, prayers and encouragement are all part of Gospel ministry that is reaching so many in new and creative ways! Did you know giving online is quick, secure, and easy?


New to St. Paul's or want to submit a prayer request?

Fill out an Online Connection Card to sign up for our Community News email, learn more about our programs and events, update your information, or to submit a prayer request.