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St. Paul's Cathedral, London

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  • Very friendly custodian welcomed me into the church even though I was just sight-seeing it. The grand front entrance of the church leads into a delicately ornate interior. The paintings around the alt...  more »
  • My maternal grandmother lived in London. From my earliest memories, when I would visit London with my parents, I can recall that each and every single Sunday morning my grandmother dutifully walked fr...  more »
  • Im not sure how you review a church since religion is a pretty personal thing. The building itself is a beautiful space, with some excellent stained glass. Accoustics are good, choir great and the org...  more »
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  • A welcoming, friendly congregation, wonderful clergy and staff. The building itself is also incredibly beautiful, the choir is amazing, and the services they offer to the community are absolutely indispensable.
  • Love this church. The grounds looks so nice and well kept.
  • Great staff, volunteers and leaders ... Sending out their positive vibes to help others to overcome their deepest times of need or the most tremendous occasion and time Or peoples who are well off and are just, by the joy they are receiving from the churches services and the leaders who are at the Altar... it really is hard to ask for help, some have realized that here it isn't so hard to get some help. Or be steered to where some help can be found, and utilized. As it is said the person in need recieving the help, is deep down just as thankful for it as the persons and organizations who are working as volunteers for certain groups. And if paid a wage they usually belong to an organization which does have many unpaid persons who are excellent. St. Paul's treats you like an equal and one who leaves never feels let down about the particular situation that they are happening to go through. Of course later on that night they may feel as though all is lost ... but remember all is not. There are choices and numbers in particular Ontario's 211 Help line which is only three digits away to your wealth of local, provincial, and federally funded programs including numbers, names, and addresses to extend your resources out even further, esp. if one lives in a big city in Ontario ... so much more help is out their that even a person who maybe on the fringes and have been for even 2 years +, may not even know some of the help that may be available to them amid them thinking that they have trapped into all local recources that they knew to be existant ... the Ontario Help line number 211 is great for persons who may be stumble, in a common law relation with or without children, or married all the same (ditto). There are volunteers in positions that maybe helping out a person who once they stack up to do this for are trained ti answe the phone and fibd out the besy numbers or places that may be able to assist the individual on the other e d ... it is a great service as well!! They know abd will give you loads of numbers, options all is geared towards the situation you may be in at the moment.
  • The food bank here is great. I also got a haircut voucher. Good volunteers.
  • Wow! Just wow! The stain glass windows! The woodwork! The history! The everything! It may look OK from the outside, but what a gem in the inside. I was lucky enough to take a look inside with friends on a cloudy Saturday (not good weather for stain glass windows). Usually its not open on Saturdays but the man there opened the doors and let us look around and had a blast! I wouldn't mind checking it out again with sunlight entering the windows.

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