Humbercrest United Church

Join us for Sunday Services 10:20 am

The goal of the “Fund the Furnace” campaign is to raise $100,000 to cover the cost of our new, environmentally responsible furnace. Your donation will help Humbercrest continue to serve our local community  and the needs of the wider world.

No Donation is too small or too big!

Fall at Humbercrest!

I love Autumn.  It is my favourite season, with the monarch butterflies, the colours changing in the trees and the late season vegetables and final harvests being brought it.  It is a time of preparation for the winter that is to come.  It is a time of change, it is also a time of celebration and a time of hope and gratitude.

We have many events coming up in the fall and early winter to celebrate God’s presence with us, focus on the joys of creation and remember the many things we have to be thankful for in our community.  Be sure to check back regularly to be sure you don’t miss any of the events happening this Autumn!

Rev.  Jessica McCrae

Humbercrest United Church’s annual FALL SALE  offers amazing bargains on quality clothing, footwear and accessories. Start your Christmas shopping early with new and gently used gifts (including toys and games), books, Christmas decorations, handmade items, as well as home baking and preserves. Sale runs from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00pm.

Fall Sale Donations Info

A welcoming and inclusive church; we walk with Christ
through changing times with faith and hope.

Rent Our Space For Your Event!

Humbercrest United Church has many rooms available to the community for bookings.

  • 416-767-6122


Music recordings includes use of our concert piano and sound equipment.

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Our Sanctuary seats 500, perfect for orchestra performances/recordings and amateur recitals.

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Host your reception in one of our halls with everything you need for the perfect party.

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Our Sanctuary seats 500, perfect for the wedding ceremony of your dreams.

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Weekly musings about faith, community and life in the church from Rev Jessica McCrae

More Reflections From Rev Jessica McCrae