So you’re thinking about stopping in on Sunday? Great! We’d love to have you. Here are some things you might want to know.
We start at 10 a.m. each Sunday.
We’re at the corner shops in Bayview Heights, just off Toogood Road.
Our street is pretty quiet on the weekend so you shouldn’t have too much trouble finding a spot just outside our door. There’s also extra parking behind the building if you have trouble finding a spot in front.
When you enter, you’ll be standing in the foyer near the back of our auditorium. Come on in and make yourself at home. If you’re shy, we’ll make sure there’s seating towards the back for you to slip quietly into. Once you find your seat, everything you need to know will be up on the big screen so you can relax and enjoy your time with us.
What to bring
There’s nothing you need to bring except yourself. However, if you have a Bible, feel free to bring it along as we’ll be explaining a section of it during the gathering. You might even want to bring along a pen so you can make some notes about what you’re learning. The sermons are recorded and you can find them on the sermons page.
When you walk in, you’ll notice that everyone is wearing what they’re comfortable with. If you’re used to dressing up a bit, that’s okay. If you’re more comfortable in shorts, that’s alright too. We’re just glad to see you!
You’re more than welcome to bring the kids along! Children will be dismissed to Jr. Church a few minutes after the gathering starts. If you want to check out the Jr. Church area before we start, just head through the door at the front of the auditorium.
From where you’re sitting, you’ll see a door ahead to the right with a small sign above it directing you through to the toilet.
There is no collection during our gatherings. We’re not after your money; we’re just glad you’ve stopped by. If you really want to contribute, you can use the black box on the information table or click here for online giving.
You’re more than welcome to stay around afterward for a light morning tea. We’d love to meet you personally and get to know you a bit.