COVID guidelines updated as of Sunday, November 20, 2022.

We ask everyone to wear a mask for in-person worship

  • Anointing and the common cup will temporarily be paused
  • We continue to run an air purifier during services
  • Distanced seating is available in the south-side pews
  • The serving of refreshments following service will be on hold for the next while

The principles of mask-wearing, hand sanitization and physical distancing are the three most important things we can do to keep each other safe.

Frequently Asked Questions


We have Holy Eucharist Services at 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m.

When arriving for the service, please enter by the south (George Henry) or east doors only. The North door is reserved for those with accessibility needs.

We continue to record the Sunday service and put it on our  YouTube channel.

No. You no longer have to reserve a seat.

Both of our Sunday services are open to everyone.

All are welcome!

We will pray together for ourselves, our community, our church and the world.

We will hear and respond to Scripture as usual.

We will be in the presence of our Christian family.

Pews on one side of the church have been blocked off to accommodate those who prefer to sit 2 metres (6 feet) apart. Another person from your household may sit next to you, nearest the end of the pew.

Please let a sidesperson know so you can be directed to the appropriate seating area.

While exchanging the Peace we remain physically distanced: no hugging, handshakes, fistbumps, etc.—get creative while keeping your distance.

We ask everyone to wear a mask for in-person worship.

Please bring your own mask and take it home with you.

We have a small number of masks for those who forget their own.

We ask you to dispose of these masks at home.

Yes, our washrooms are open during both Services.

The automatic door opener which will open the door and turn on the lights.

When leaving the wahroom, please use the automatic door opener.

Please do not push or pull on the washroom door.

Unfortunately, we are not able to safely offer a children’s program on Sundays at this time.

Children are welcome to join their family in church.

Feel free to bring a book, quiet toy or snacks for your children, but please do not share them.

We will also have papers and pencils/markers for kids to use in church and then take home with them.

Please ask a sidesperson for these.

Yes, children are welcome at our service.

We recommend you prepare a bag of quiet activities for your child(ren)  they can make use of during the service or they can use the papers and pencils/markers, available from any sidesperson.

Remember, at the 10:00  a.m. service you will be part of a live broadcast on our YouTube Channel.

Many of our previous services remain on our channel

The collection plate is not passed around during the service.

A sidesperson will stand at the end of each pew, so you can leave your offering on the plate.

Alternately, you can still contribute if yo go to our GIVE page on this website.

We appreciate your continued financial support.

Yes, our 10:00 a.m. Service is broadcast live on our YouTube Channel.

If you cannot make the live broadcat, you will be able to see the service anytime after 11:00 a.m on our Channel.

Anointing is temporarily paused, except as part of a private pastoral care visit.

We will still be offering prayers for healing on the third Sunday of each month as previously (but without anointing).

You may make your donation(s) using one or several of the options on the GIVE page of this website.

Yes,  the Fellowship Hall is open.

Read more about how we are following the Diocese of Toronto’s guidelines on what to expect and what is required as we move into the new normal. Please call or email the office if you have any concerns.