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READ Community After-School Program

Would you like your child to develop their social skills and build more confidence?  This program, designed for students in Grades 1- 3, gives children the chance to interact with friends through games and play-based activities. Starts on Thursday, March 26, 2020 from  5 - 7 p.m.

Click links below for registration:


FLYER: After-School Program

Pre-Registration Form (Gr. 1 - 3)

READ Tutoring Program

View Introduction Video

The READ Program started in October 2019. This program, designed for children (Gr. 1- 4),  focuses on the essentials of reading. Homework help is available to students in Grades 5 - 8.  

Click links below for registration:

FLYER: Program Orientation

Pre-Registration Form (Gr. 1 - 4)

Pre-Registration Form (Gr. 5 - 8)

Volunteer Pre-Registration Form

backpack drive

Our Young Adults' Ministries set a goal to hand out 100 backpacks before the start of the 2019-2020 school year.  With the help of church members, family, and friends, they were able to reach their goal.  A special "Thank You" goes out to South Paw Barbers in Oshawa, Ontario, for donating 12 backpacks to the drive!  


We look forward to giving out backpacks again next year.  Stay tuned for details on how you can participate.

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walking club

To encourage the seniors in our community to

"get moving", we have started a Walking Club.


We are created to move. Walking is the easiest and best form of exercise.  It improves circulation and decreases stroke risk. It stops bone loss, strengthens muscles and supports our joints. It releases natural pain killers and improves mood. It slows mental decline. It aids weight loss It lowers Alzheimer's risk.

GUIDELINES: 150 minutes of moderate to vigorous exercise, but you are encouraged to just walk. How?

  • Join a community centre (e.g., TAIBU)

  • Form a mall walking group so you can walk during the winter months

  • Walk around the church. 

vacation bible school

Every July, our church hosts a Vacation Bible School program for the children in our church and community.  Children have fun meeting new friends, doing different crafts, activities, and games, as well as learn new songs.  There is always a graduation at the end of it for family and friends to celebrate with the kids.


July 2020 (exact dates to be determined)

Kids in Art Class
Image by Elien Dumon

Nursing home visits

On the fourth Saturday of every month, we enjoy visiting Trilogy Long-Term Care Residence, located at 340 McCowan Road in Scarborough.


Saturday, March 28, 2020

touch of love:

feeding the homeless

On the 2nd Tuesday of every other month, our church helps serve food to the homeless at a designated location in downtown Toronto. 



Tuesday, March 10, 2020

annual hospital benefit concert

Scarborough Health Network (SHN) aims to become Canada’s leading community teaching health network, shaping the future of care for Scarborough. Comprised of three main hospitals (Birchmount, Centenary and General) and eight satellite sites, SHN is the third-largest health network in Ontario.


In spite of the excellence and innovation demonstrated daily through our staff, physicians and programs, our success is currently being undermined by aging infrastructure and a lack of government investment. Outdated facilities struggle to accommodate high patient volumes and the need for modern medical technology. To achieve these aims, SHN Foundation is seeking leadership from you to help contribute to our success. Please visit for more information or to donate today!

Soup Kitchen

community winter clothing drive

Starting on October 20, we will be collecting winter clothing for those in need. We will be collecting hats, gloves, scarves, socks, and more for those in need.  



Throughout winter season

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