On Sundays at 3:00pm, we meet at St. Martin's School for worship. It is completely come as you are—we don't expect you to dress or act a certain way to join us.
Typically we begin with half an hour to 45 minutes of worship, with musicians leading us in songs of praise to God. Everyone is encouraged to join in with prayer, Scripture reading, or other contributions as they feel led by the Holy Spirit, to bless others and to honour God.
After the time of worship we break for a few minutes to give people time to greet and get to know one another.
We then have a time of teaching from God's word.
At any point during our meeting we may take time to pray for particular needs, such as physical healing or other requests.
After the meeting we usually go to Anne and Andrew Fountain's home for tea and coffee, food, and fellowship.
Homegroups are smaller meetings during the week where we can put into practice what we have learned on Sundays, get to know one another better, and use our gifts to bless each other.
We currently have three homegroups meeting in different areas of the city. Two of them are on Tuesday evenings at 7:30pm and one is on Wednesday evening.
- Downtown East (Carlton & Parliament) at Andrew & Anne Fountain's home
- Downtown West - location varies
- North (St. Clair/Bathurst) at Dan and Heather Smith's home
A typical homegroup includes songs of praise to God, with opportunity for everyone to join in by praying or sharing anything they feel God has given them; discussion, usually about the previous Sunday's sermon; prayer for one another; and tea, coffee, and refreshments. Everyone is welcome!
Conferences and other special events
Occasionally we may have conferences or other special events.