Sunday mornings at 11:00 AM

In the Gym on the lower level

Entrance on Baldwin Street

For info contact (416) 977-5625



2014 Christmas Party


You're invited to the annual Community Christmas Party on Saturday December 14th at 11:00AM in the Gym. To register for the event, please visit Eventbrite and pick up your free tickets today!


Toronto Waterfront Marathon road closures

If you're planning on coming downtown tomorrow please be advised that many roads are closed due to the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon.

Here is a link to an interactive map that shows the road closures by time. Check it out, and plan accordingly!




Launching on October 5th, come join us as we journey together through TRANSFORMED by Rick Warren in our small groups.

For more information, attend our launch at 11:00AM in the gym on Sunday October 5th

Or contact Sid Ingham to learn how to get connected to a small group and participate in this campaign.


How We Cry - Tom Eng

When is it OK to cry out to God? And how should we cry out? Tom Eng explores the Biblical ways of crying out to God in this message based on the story of Elijah and the widow, found in 1 Kings 17.


Renew Your Purpose - Tom Eng

Ecclesiastes 2:4-11 New Living Translation (NLT)
4 I also tried to find meaning by building huge homes for myself and by planting beautiful vineyards. 5 I made gardens and parks, filling them with all kinds of fruit trees. 6 I built reservoirs to collect the water to irrigate my many flourishing groves. 7 I bought slaves, both men and women, and others were born into my household. I also owned large herds and flocks, more than any of the kings who had lived in Jerusalem before me. 8 I collected great sums of silver and gold, the treasure of many kings and provinces. I hired wonderful singers, both men and women, and had many beautiful concubines. I had everything a man could desire!
9 So I became greater than all who had lived in Jerusalem before me, and my wisdom never failed me. 10 Anything I wanted, I would take. I denied myself no pleasure. I even found great pleasure in hard work, a reward for all my labors. 11 But as I looked at everything I had worked so hard to accomplish, it was all so meaningless—like chasing the wind. There was nothing really worthwhile anywhere.