Sunday Morning Services
(In Person and Live Streamed on YouTube)
Join us on Sunday mornings for in-person worship at
8:00, 9:30, and 11:30 am.
Our in-person children’s programming (age 5+) will resume during our 9:30 am service in September and you will find the details here. You can also watch the Live Stream of the 9:30 am service directly on the St. Christopher’s YouTube Channel
Mask use is welcomed, but not mandatory at our 9:30 am and 11:30 am Sunday worship services. Mask use is still required at all times except as otherwise instructed at our 8:00 am Sunday worship and our 11:00 am Thursday worship.
Thank you for your ongoing efforts to provide a safe and comfortable worship environment for all.
Please continue to observe the following foundational pandemic guidelines when you are at St. Christopher’s: self-screening for symptoms and staying home if feeling ill, offering physical distance from those who prefer it, and practising good hand and respiratory hygiene.
Thursday Morning Worship
Join us on Thursday mornings for an in-person Eucharist service at 11.30 am.
You do not need to register in advance to attend this service. Mask use is mandatory at this service except as instructed to receive communion. General pandemic protocols are the same as for our Sunday morning worship services (see above).
You are also welcome to join us for an informal Bible Study before the service beginning at 10.30 am and to stay for lunch, served in the Great Hall at 12.00 noon.
Please join us for a contemplative service remembering those who have died on Thursday, November 3rd at 7.00 pm.
If you would like to add the names of loved ones who have died to the list which will be read during the service, please contact the church office by email to email@example.com or by phone at 905.634.1809.
This is God’s house,
ready for those who love God
and those who want to love God more.
you who have much faith,
and you who have little.
You who have been here often,
and you who have never been before.
You who have tried to follow Jesus,
and you who have failed.
Come, because it is Christ who invites us
to meet him here.