We look forward to meeting you at Sunday worship, beginning at 10:00 a.m. The following information may help you feel at home on your first visit.

Look for visitor parking off to the right, just as you pull into the church driveway.

Drop by the Connection Centre, located to the right at the top of the stairs in the main lobby. Ask the volunteer there any questions you may have about the church or its programs.

Washrooms are on the lower level.

Special needs? We aim to accommodate. We offer…

  • Preferred parking close to the building for people with disabilities
  • An elevator (just off the coat room to the left of the main entrance)
  • A wheelchair accessible washroom and wheelchair accessible seating
  • Hearing devices for the hearing impaired (ask an usher)
  • Large-print hymnals and a printed liturgy for those who can’t read the screen
  • Tapes and CDs of the service
  • Peanut/nut-free environment (as best we can) for those with allergies. We’re smoke-free too.
    • We want your children to feel welcome too. We have…

      • Separate nurseries for infants and toddlers, and a crib room for sleepers, all on the lower level
      • Sunday school for kids from pre-school through grade eight from September through mid-June. During the summer months classes are for pre-school to grade one only
      • A special children’s message during worship (the children may leave for Sunday school afterward)
      • A glassed-in “quiet room” at the rear of the sanctuary, if your child is restless but you don’t want to leave them or miss worship
        • For the offering we pass a basket for the designated missions and general fund. Please don’t feel obligated to donate. But we do hope you’ll sign the friendship book when it comes your way so that we can acknowledge your visit with us.

          Join us for coffee and refreshments in the fellowship hall following the service.

          Wondering what to wear? Don’t worry, there’s no dress code! Most of our folks seem to favour casual business clothing, but some go dressier and others more relaxed. The choice is yours. We want you to feel comfortable and able to be yourself.