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On Sundays we offer three very different services

  • At 8:00 a.m. we offer a quiet, classic service of Holy Communion.
  • At 9:15 a.m. we have a communion service with music led by our choir, with organ and piano.
  • At 11:15 a.m. we gather for a contemporary communion with our worship band leading the music. At this service we offer a staffed nursery for babies and toddlers, and a kids’ program for ages 4 and up. On the last Sunday of the month, those in grades 6 and up remain in church for our All Ages’ service.
Throughout the summer, from the last Sunday in June through the first weekend in September, we all worship together at 10:00 a.m.

 

What to Expect on Sunday

Parking

Although our parking lot is, yes, ridiculously tiny … our neighbours are wonderfully generous in sharing the street parking on the many side streets near the church.

Welcome

When you enter our front doors, you’ll be welcomed by our greeters and sidespeople. Please sign our ‘welcome book’ in the entryway.

Kids and Teen Programs

Children and teens begin the 11:15 services (and our summertime 10 am services) with their parents in the church. After the opening announcements and hymn they gather at the front of the church for a short talk geared to their level, after which they go downstairs for their programs. They’ll rejoin their parents in church just before Communion.

Score, our program for teens in grades 6 and up, happens every Sunday except the last Sunday of the month, when they are in church for All Ages Service.

Babies and Toddlers are Welcome Too

We have a nursery equipped and staffed at our 11:15 service, located downstairs straight through two sets of doors.

At the back of our church we have a quiet play area for parents who’d like to keep their babies or toddlers with them.

Refreshments and a Time to Chat

Between our two main services at approximately 10:30 a.m. we meet in the upper hall for coffee, tea, juice and a variety of cookies. During this time people have a chance to meet and catch up with each other.