When founded, in 1871, this Anglican church was located on the outskirts of Toronto. Today, it is in the heart of the city and surrounded on all four sides by modern skyscrapers. It provides an interesting contrast between traditional and modern. This contrast is also expressed by the Church of the Redeemer's openness to same sex marriage and the acceptance of the LGBTQ community, while serving a more traditional congregation. In addition to its striking architectural style, the stained glass windows are spectacular! The Casavant organ, installed in 1904, continues to delight parishioners and visitors alike. The church frequently hosts concerts and other musical events.
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