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St James Anglican Cathedral, Toronto

#8 of 42 in Historic Sites in Toronto
Religious Site · Tourist Spot
St. James Cathedral is both a parish church ministering to the historic St. Lawrence neighbourhood and the Cathedral of the Anglican Diocese of Toronto.
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  • Whether attending a service here or not, it is a very well worth while visit to admire the intricate detail both inside and out  more »
  • It's wonderful, spiritual place, even for visitors. The fact that it was open was a marvel, but we don't know if it will continue to be with the COVID-19 restrictions. The light inside and...  more »
  • At the corner of Church Street & King Street East. Very Positive Church. Incredible details. The 14 Steps that Jesus took are located around the church attached to the columns. Look for the Open Doors event. This is worth the tour.
  • A welcoming place for all people. Recharge yourself from the daily grind and find comfort quietly in solitude or in the midst of an amazing choir, the energy of youth ministry and events all year round. Spiritual nourishment from services for all needs. And for your corporate or social networking purpose, the Cathedral Centre is an amazing space.
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