New to Grace Toronto or wanting to get connected?

Come and experience what a typical small group meeting is like! At Grace Toronto, these meetings are called "Open Gatherings", and everyone is welcome to join us after the Sunday service for a light lunch and study led by Lyndon Jost. There's no registration required. We meet from 12:30-1:30 PM at 383 Jarvis. 

Please note that we do not host Open Gatherings on Sundays that already have an after-service event scheduled, such as a congregational meeting or theological classes.


Participating in a community group is one of the best ways to investigate the faith or encourage spiritual growth. Through Grace Gatherings, Men's Group, or Moms' Group you can connect with others as you explore what it means to be a Christ follower in your context.


Our mission is to provide teaching, community, prayer and opportunity for Christian disciples to grow in their love for Christ, love for one another, and love for their neighbour. We are excited to announce that Grace Downtown is welcoming online applications for our fall Discipleship Groups.

Life Stages

Prayer Support

The Grace Toronto Prayer Ministry provides opportunities for congregants to seek God through prayer and to grow in their understanding of prayer.

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Diaconal Assistance

The diaconate exists to contribute to the flourishing of gospel-centered community by meeting the practical needs of our church community, and extending help and compassion to those experiencing hardship or difficult circumstances.

Engaging the City

The Grace Centre exists to equip today’s urban Christians to live out their faith in a post-Christian context. The Grace Centre is comprised of three ministries focused on the following areas:


The Arts




City OUtreach

Theological Training

Our classes exists to train and equip Christians within Toronto to understand and to live out their faith in Toronto by delivering biblical, theological, historical, and practical education and training.