This is a series exploring the Christian faith, specifically designed for those who are curious or skeptical about religion and Christianity. We will meet every Thursday, 7-9 pm. Dinner is included at every meeting! More details at gracetoronto.ca/christianity-explored. If interested, please email email@example.com.
The book of Psalms is one of the most beloved books of the Bible. We frequently read it for personal devotion and public worship. They help us to interact and to experience God through the ebb and flow of life. Grace Toronto Church has invited Dr. Mark Futato of Reformed Theological Seminary Orlando to lead us through an accelerated survey of the Psalms.
Neighbours is Grace Toronto's yearly open house event — an informal evening of world-class live music, arts, and refreshments. The event is designed as an opportunity to bring your neighbour, friend, or coworker to a low-pressure social time within the church.
Featuring the world premiere of Emily Hiemstra's musical work with texts from the book of Romans.
The evening will also feature a new photo installation, and we’ll be releasing our latest issue of Imprint, our yearly print magazine on faith and culture.
For our annual community dinner event, we'd love you to consider hosting a dinner in your home. You tell us your ideal date, chair count, and we'll organize your guests! Guest RSVP opens Sep 15.
To grab your spot visit the welcome table or http://bit.ly/oct5-13dinner
Jesus never moved out into the world on His own. His devotion to prayer was at the heart of his obedience to and dependence on the Father. By learning from Jesus’ Kingdom priorities in prayer, we can cultivate a deeper understanding of God’s purposes for us today in both difficult and fruitful seasons of life.
Our movie nights are back! Join us for one, two, or three films on the big screen. We'll have the bean bags and cozy seating so bring your snacks and friends! Our lineup: "SEARCHING" (Sept 6), "THE GREAT HACK" (Sept 7), "THE LION KING" sing-along! (Sept 8). To see full details click here: https://www.facebook.com/events/490265331807804/
Collective Community Building Initiative (CCBI), presents a social, community-focused event with live music, food, and family activities. CCBI, is a group of many different community organizations, and groups, including Grace Toronto Church, to bring residents living under different socioeconomic situations in Toronto Downtown East together. Free. Allan Gardens Northwest section.