Taddle Creek Wild Church is a community ministry of Metropolitan United Church that lives at the intersection of emerging eco-spiritually and the timeless ways of Jesus.
Our monthly gatherings offer opportunities for contemplation, grief and praise, movement and song, and incorporates solo wandering and wondering, advocacy, ecological restoration and activism on behalf of and in collaboration with the beloved others in our watershed. In this age defined by habitat loss and disconnection to the natural world, we feel compelled by the love of Christ to invite each other into intimate relationship with some of the most vulnerable victims of our destructive culture: the land, waters, and creatures with whom we share our homes. You can learn more about the Wild Church network here.
Taddle Creek is one of Toronto’s lost rivers, and it once flowed on the land in which the church now stands. This ministry that honours the wisdom of nature is a way of “raising” Taddle Creek in a new way.
When possible, we gather at 2:00pm on usually the third Sunday of each month (rain or shine or snow). Schedule currently TBD.
Unless otherwise stated, we will meet in the park out front of Metropolitan United Church at the corner of Church and Queen streets in downtown Toronto.
While each service will be different, common elements will include: