In person attendance at our Sunday services is currently limited to ten people.
A video livestream of the 8 and 10 am services is available here.
We're glad you're interested in visiting! Each week the people of Grace gather to hear and respond to God's Word, to receive forgiveness, and to be renewed with the Bread and Wine of the altar. As a Christian church in the Anglican tradition, our Sunday worship at 8:00 and 10:00 am are services of Holy Eucharist (also called Holy Communion, the Mass, or the Lord's Supper).
If you're new to Christianity or Anglican worship, you're in good company! The service leaflets help guide our worship, but don't worry if you're not sure what to do. If you're interested in learning about our worship you're welcome to write to our pastoral team or to ask one of the sides people and greeters.
The 8:00 am service of Holy Communion comes from the Book of Common Prayer. This shorter, more traditional service does not have music.
The 10:00 am service of Sung Eucharist comes from the Book of Alternative Services. Worship at this service features singing and music.
Between services is the 9:00 am Christian Education hour, when visitors and members young and old gather to learn together about the faith.
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday mornings at 9:00 am a short service of Morning Prayer is held in the Chapel (to the right when you come through the main doors). All are welcome to come for prayer.
If you'd like to request prayer for yourself or someone else, please write to our pastoral team.
Grace is accessible by car or TTC. Parking is available on Lonsdale and Russell Hill Road.
St. Claire West Station is the nearest TTC stop. You're welcome to come in any door that's open, but the easiest way to enter the Nave (the main place of worship) is through the main doors on Lonsdale.