Frequently Asked Questions
As an inclusive church, all who seek a closer relationship with God are welcome. Our minister, Reverend Jessica McCrae, preaches every Sunday morning and uploads a recording of her sermon onto our website each week. A thoughtful, accomplished speaker, Reverend Jessica guides us through changing times with messages of hope and tangible suggestions of how we can support God’s vision for a just, loving society and a healthy planet.
Baptisms are a public profession of our faith and a sacrament in our faith. All baptisms take place during our Sunday morning worship service. If you are interested in taking this next step on your faith journey please come to worship and speak to Reverend Jessica after the service. She will be happy to meet with you to explore your faith journey further and set a date for this sacred celebration.
Wear whatever you are comfortable wearing.
The church is bounded by Baby Point Road and Thornhill Avenue. Street parking is available on both streets. Additionally, there is a designated drop off/loading zone for disabled persons on Thornhill Avenue, right beside the church.
If you love singing and are interested in choir please speak to our music director Mel Hurst. You are most welcome to attend a rehearsal on Thursday evenings at 7:30p, in the West Hall and see if choir is for you! You might like to visit the Music section of this website where there is more information regarding our repertoire and audio clips of our choir.
Our church and a majority of its spaces are accessible to wheelchairs, walkers, strollers and support animals. We offer hearing assistive devices that connect wirelessly to the sound system in the Sanctuary and we have large print Bibles and worship bulletins for people with visual challenges.
Our vibrant, fun loving, Sunday school coordinator, Meredith, runs our Sunday school program. She will guide your children through age appropriate lessons and activities that support God’s vision for a peaceful, just and loving world.
Congratulations! Our wedding coordinator will be onsite on the day of your wedding to make your wedding ceremony as special as you and your partner are. Review the fees schedule in our Weddings section and check our calendar to see if your date is available. Please contact our office administrator for more information and to book the Sanctuary.
You are welcome to serve wine and beer products during your booked event in the Heritage Hall or in the Friendship Room. Some pre-planning is required. In advance of your event, you must obtain a Special Occasion Permit through the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO). During your event a Smart Serve certified person must serve the alcohol and monitor your guests’ consumption.
We have a large kitchen for you work in! Our kitchens are available for preparing and serving hot and cold beverages. Cooking and baking are not permitted but you are welcome to bring in precooked food. Our large kitchen offers spacious counters, dual sink stations, and a large “pass through” into the East Hall. A smaller kitchen equipped with a stove, refrigerator, microwave, double sink and kettles is conveniently located near the Heritage Hall (large events) and the Friendship Room (smaller events).
While we do not cater events, our facilities are a caterer’s dream. The upstairs kitchen and adjoining library are convenient staging areas for catering Heritage Hall and Friendship Room events. The downstairs large kitchen is connected to the East Hall. We can provide recommendations for caterers who have been used by other clients and who are familiar with our space. All our spaces (except the stage) are fully accessible by elevator.