On Sundays, most people enter the church through the courtyard on Richmond Road. The right hand glass doors bring you into the entrance way, which is wheelchair accessible. Members of our welcoming team are there to answer any questions, provide a service bulletin, and offer any other assistance. Some members enter the back door from Madison Avenue, and there are signs to direct you to the sanctuary and members of the welcome team will be there to greet you.
Everyone gathers together for the first part of our service. If you have children, we can connect you with those who are providing leadership in the children and youth programming and your children are welcome to attend that programming or remain in the services. Parents are welcome to also stay with their children in the programming. Babies and toddlers are welcomed in our nursery or in the play area at the back of the church.
During the week, two doors are open throughout the day. From Richmond Road, the door on the far left of the courtyard gives access to the building. The entrance from Madison is also open, and is wheelchair accessible. The offices are immediately to the right when entering from Madison.
Where do I park?
We have a small parking lot that is accessed from Madison Avenue (running parallel to Richmond on the northside). On Sundays, parking is available on Madison Avenue and other streets behind the church. During the week, parking is not available on Madison Avenue, but parking with a three hour limit does exist on the other streets behind the church.
We have accessible parking designated in the church lot and if those are all taken, our minister, Brian, leaves his spot for those needing an accessible parking place.
How do I get to Church by local transport?
OC Transpo routes 11, 50 and 153 all stop at or close to the Church. The intersection is Richmond Road and Churchill Ave. The church is about a 5 to 10 minute walk from the Westboro station.
How do I get connected?
We encourage you to contact our office or our Minister, Brian Cornelius who welcome opportunity to meet with people and find ways to connect them with others in the community.