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1050 Danforth Ave
Toronto, ON, M4J 1M2
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416-461-6061

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Knowing What We Have Freely Been Given
Jan
27
10:30 AM10:30

Knowing What We Have Freely Been Given

Today we are blessed to have guest speaker Rev. Darren Godfrey bringing the word. Darren and his wife Linda have been pastoring, church planting and reaching out with the love of Jesus Christ throughout the Eastern Ontario District for over 30 years together. Today Darren’s sermon will focus on how in order to follow Jesus, we need to know what He has accomplished on our behalf and who we are now in him. This can only be revealed to us by the Holy Spirit through the Word of God!

We ware also blessed to be joined by special guest Reverend Jason Luscombe today. Rev. Luscombe is Assistant to the EON District Superintendent for Mission and he serves churches and leaders across the province.

You don’t want to miss this service! Join us this Sunday!

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Follow How?
Jan
20
10:30 AM10:30

Follow How?

Jesus was walking along the shore of the Sea of Galilee, probably somewhere between Capernaum, where he lived, and Bethsaida, where Peter and Andrew lived. He would have enjoyed the lapping of the water, the sound of the birds, the warmth of the sun. Yet his focus was on people. Seeing these guys practicing their fishing trade, he looks them in the eye and says, “Come. Follow me, and I will make you fishers of men.” And immediately these seasoned men dropped their nets and left everything they’d know, and followed him.

At least ten times in the Gospels, Jesus uses this phrase,

“Come. Follow Me.”

And He continues speaking this invitation into our lives today. Into the lives of those who are new to Him, and into the lives of those who’ve been following Him for years.

In a world of voices crying for our attention, devotion, and imitation, Jesus is still calling. He continues issuing His invitation. How will you answer Him today? How will you answer him tomorrow? How will you answer Him each day of your life?

So we share His invitation with you today: Come. Let us follow Him together!

Join us at 10:00 am on Sundays for coffee or tea and a bite to enjoy with fellowship before service downstairs. Worship starts upstairs at 10:30. Hope to see you this Sunday! You are invited!

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Follow Where?
Jan
13
10:30 AM10:30

Follow Where?

Jesus was walking along the shore of the Sea of Galilee, probably somewhere between Capernaum, where he lived, and Bethsaida, where Peter and Andrew lived. He would have enjoyed the lapping of the water, the sound of the birds, the warmth of the sun. Yet his focus was on people. Seeing these guys practicing their fishing trade, he looks them in the eye and says, “Come. Follow me, and I will make you fishers of men.” And immediately these seasoned men dropped their nets and left everything they’d know, and followed him.

At least ten times in the Gospels, Jesus uses this phrase,

“Come. Follow Me.”

And He continues speaking this invitation into our lives today. Into the lives of those who are new to Him, and into the lives of those who’ve been following Him for years.

In a world of voices crying for our attention, devotion, and imitation, Jesus is still calling. He continues issuing His invitation. How will you answer Him today? How will you answer him tomorrow? How will you answer Him each day of your life?

So we share His invitation with you today: Come. Let us follow Him together!

Join us at 10:00 am on Sundays for coffee or tea and a bite to enjoy with fellowship before service downstairs. Worship starts upstairs at 10:30. Hope to see you this Sunday! You are invited!

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God With Us: Prince of Peace
Dec
23
10:30 AM10:30

God With Us: Prince of Peace

You are invited to participate for a four-week series based on the Advent themes of Hope, Love, Joy and Peace called God With Us on Sunday mornings at 10:30.

A remarkable thing happened that first Christmas, just as Isaiah had prophesied 700 years earlier – Jesus was born as Immanuel – which means “God with us!” Danforth Community Church believes Christmas can still truly give us a taste of the most wonderful time of world history. The true light came into the darkness and stress and pain of the world—our world. Miraculously, we continue in God’s story of love everyday as he promises to be with us always. 

“Reconnecting to the roots of Christmas helps us restore the joy of Christmas. What are the roots of Christmas? It’s the anticipation of Jesus’ coming. It’s about reconnecting with Jesus.”

In a season often marked by frenzied busyness, Advent is an opportunity to set aside time to prepare our hearts for the coming of Christ. The relevant messages in this series are designed to help us place our focus on the greatest gift ever given – and to experience his presence in our lives today. 

Join us at 10:00 am on Sundays for coffee or tea and a bite to enjoy with fellowship before service downstairs. Worship starts upstairs at 10:30. Hope to see you this Sunday! You are invited!

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God With Us: Real Joy
Dec
16
10:30 AM10:30

God With Us: Real Joy

You are invited to participate for a four-week series based on the Advent themes of Hope, Love, Joy and Peace called God With Us on Sunday mornings at 10:30.

A remarkable thing happened that first Christmas, just as Isaiah had prophesied 700 years earlier – Jesus was born as Immanuel – which means “God with us!” Danforth Community Church believes Christmas can still truly give us a taste of the most wonderful time of world history. The true light came into the darkness and stress and pain of the world—our world. Miraculously, we continue in God’s story of love everyday as he promises to be with us always. 

“Reconnecting to the roots of Christmas helps us restore the joy of Christmas. What are the roots of Christmas? It’s the anticipation of Jesus’ coming. It’s about reconnecting with Jesus.”

In a season often marked by frenzied busyness, Advent is an opportunity to set aside time to prepare our hearts for the coming of Christ. The relevant messages in this series are designed to help us place our focus on the greatest gift ever given – and to experience his presence in our lives today. 

Join us at 10:00 am on Sundays for coffee or tea and a bite to enjoy with fellowship before service downstairs. Worship starts upstairs at 10:30. Hope to see you this Sunday! You are invited!

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God With Us: Genuine Love
Dec
9
10:30 AM10:30

God With Us: Genuine Love

You are invited to participate for a four-week series based on the Advent themes of Hope, Love, Joy and Peace called God With Us on Sunday mornings at 10:30.

A remarkable thing happened that first Christmas, just as Isaiah had prophesied 700 years earlier – Jesus was born as Immanuel – which means “God with us!” Danforth Community Church believes Christmas can still truly give us a taste of the most wonderful time of world history. The true light came into the darkness and stress and pain of the world—our world. Miraculously, we continue in God’s story of love everyday as he promises to be with us always. 

“Reconnecting to the roots of Christmas helps us restore the joy of Christmas. What are the roots of Christmas? It’s the anticipation of Jesus’ coming. It’s about reconnecting with Jesus.”

In a season often marked by frenzied busyness, Advent is an opportunity to set aside time to prepare our hearts for the coming of Christ. The relevant messages in this series are designed to help us place our focus on the greatest gift ever given – and to experience his presence in our lives today. 

Join us at 10:00 am on Sundays for coffee or tea and a bite to enjoy with fellowship before service downstairs. Worship starts upstairs at 10:30. Hope to see you this Sunday! You are invited!

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God With Us: Hope That Lifts!
Dec
2
10:30 AM10:30

God With Us: Hope That Lifts!

You are invited to participate for a four-week series based on the Advent themes of Hope, Love, Joy and Peace called God With Us on Sunday mornings at 10:30.

A remarkable thing happened that first Christmas, just as Isaiah had prophesied 700 years earlier – Jesus was born as Immanuel – which means “God with us!” Danforth Community Church believes Christmas can still truly give us a taste of the most wonderful time of world history. The true light came into the darkness and stress and pain of the world—our world. Miraculously, we continue in God’s story of love everyday as he promises to be with us always. 

“Reconnecting to the roots of Christmas helps us restore the joy of Christmas. What are the roots of Christmas? It’s the anticipation of Jesus’ coming. It’s about reconnecting with Jesus.”

In a season often marked by frenzied busyness, Advent is an opportunity to set aside time to prepare our hearts for the coming of Christ. The relevant messages in this series are designed to help us place our focus on the greatest gift ever given – and to experience his presence in our lives today. 

Join us at 10:00 am on Sundays for coffee or tea and a bite to enjoy with fellowship before service downstairs. Worship starts upstairs at 10:30. Hope to see you this Sunday! You are invited!

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Missions Month : Go & Tell!
Nov
25
10:30 AM10:30

Missions Month : Go & Tell!

Businesses, good ones anyway, have a mission statement. Successful businesses stick to their mission like glue, too.

The Church - us as individuals and collectively as God’s people - have a mission statement as well. We don’t make it up ourselves: Jesus gave it to us, in a number of ways and places. These November Sundays we’re looking at His mission to us from Matthew 10:

Jesus called twelve of his followers and sent them into the ripe fields…with this charge:

“Don’t begin by traveling to some far-off place to convert unbelievers… Go to the lost, confused people right here in the neighborhood. Tell them that the kingdom is here… You have been treated generously, so live generously.”

Like the Blues Brothers, Jesus is sending you and me on a mission. An adventure. One right outside our door. In our neighbourhoods. At our schools, marketplaces and work places. Living and giving the Gospel generously helps us and others enter fully into the generous life only He has made possible. Join us as we grow in this adventure together!

Join us at 10:00 am on Sundays for coffee or tea and a bite to enjoy with fellowship before service downstairs. Worship starts upstairs at 10:30. Hope to see you this Sunday! You are invited!

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Missions Month : Go & Tell!
Nov
18
10:30 AM10:30

Missions Month : Go & Tell!

Businesses, good ones anyway, have a mission statement. Successful businesses stick to their mission like glue, too.

The Church - us as individuals and collectively as God’s people - have a mission statement as well. We don’t make it up ourselves: Jesus gave it to us, in a number of ways and places. These November Sundays we’re looking at His mission to us from Matthew 10:

Jesus called twelve of his followers and sent them into the ripe fields…with this charge:

“Don’t begin by traveling to some far-off place to convert unbelievers… Go to the lost, confused people right here in the neighborhood. Tell them that the kingdom is here… You have been treated generously, so live generously.”

Like the Blues Brothers, Jesus is sending you and me on a mission. An adventure. One right outside our door. In our neighbourhoods. At our schools, marketplaces and work places. Living and giving the Gospel generously helps us and others enter fully into the generous life only He has made possible. Join us as we grow in this adventure together!

Join us at 10:00 am on Sundays for coffee or tea and a bite to enjoy with fellowship before service downstairs. Worship starts upstairs at 10:30. Hope to see you this Sunday! You are invited!

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Missions Month : Go & Tell!
Nov
11
10:30 AM10:30

Missions Month : Go & Tell!

Businesses, good ones anyway, have a mission statement. Successful businesses stick to their mission like glue, too.

The Church - us as individuals and collectively as God’s people - have a mission statement as well. We don’t make it up ourselves: Jesus gave it to us, in a number of ways and places. These November Sundays we’re looking at His mission to us from Matthew 10:

Jesus called twelve of his followers and sent them into the ripe fields…with this charge:

“Don’t begin by traveling to some far-off place to convert unbelievers… Go to the lost, confused people right here in the neighborhood. Tell them that the kingdom is here… You have been treated generously, so live generously.”

Like the Blues Brothers, Jesus is sending you and me on a mission. An adventure. One right outside our door. In our neighbourhoods. At our schools, marketplaces and work places. Living and giving the Gospel generously helps us and others enter fully into the generous life only He has made possible. Join us as we grow in this adventure together!

Join us at 10:00 am on Sundays for coffee or tea and a bite to enjoy with fellowship before service downstairs. Worship starts upstairs at 10:30. Hope to see you this Sunday! You are invited!

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Missions Month: Go & Tell!
Nov
4
10:30 AM10:30

Missions Month: Go & Tell!

Businesses, good ones anyway, have a mission statement. Successful businesses stick to their mission like glue, too.

The Church - us as individuals and collectively as God’s people - have a mission statement as well. We don’t make it up ourselves: Jesus gave it to us, in a number of ways and places. These November Sundays we’re looking at His mission to us from Matthew 10:

Jesus called twelve of his followers and sent them into the ripe fields…with this charge:

“Don’t begin by traveling to some far-off place to convert unbelievers… Go to the lost, confused people right here in the neighborhood. Tell them that the kingdom is here… You have been treated generously, so live generously.”

Like the Blues Brothers, Jesus is sending you and me on a mission. An adventure. One right outside our door. In our neighbourhoods. At our schools, marketplaces and work places. Living and giving the Gospel generously helps us and others enter fully into the generous life only He has made possible. Join us as we grow in this adventure together!

Join us at 10:00 am on Sundays for coffee or tea and a bite to enjoy with fellowship before service downstairs. Worship starts upstairs at 10:30. Hope to see you this Sunday! You are invited!

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Don't take the Bait!
Oct
21
10:30 AM10:30

Don't take the Bait!

Did you know the enemy of our souls is fishing for us to bite? He uses many types of bait, but he has a favourite. Don’t take the Bait! is our Sunday sermon on the 21st. Come find out what is one of his favourite bait, and how to not take the bait and be free!

Join us at 10:00 am on Sundays for coffee or tea and a bite to enjoy with fellowship. Worship starts at 10:30. Hope to see you soon!

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Listicles: 10 Things You Should Never Tell Your Pastor
Sep
2
10:30 AM10:30

Listicles: 10 Things You Should Never Tell Your Pastor

We love lists! We see them everywhere today. Websites. Blog and vlog postings. Tweets. Yes, even still in magazines and newspapers.

Numbered lists are called "taxonomies," but today we call them "listicles"... a mashup word of list + articles. 

In our summer series, we're interacting with numerous (no pun intended) numbered lists on all kinds of curiousities. Of course, our curiousities are all related to the Bible and seeing how God's ancient wisdom informs our contemporary 21st Century lives. 

Join us at 10:00 am on Sundays for coffee or tea and a bite to enjoy with fellowship. Worship starts at 10:30. Hope to see you soon!

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Listicles: 10 Things You Should Know About Speaking in Tongues
Aug
26
10:30 AM10:30

Listicles: 10 Things You Should Know About Speaking in Tongues

We love lists! We see them everywhere today. Websites. Blog and vlog postings. Tweets. Yes, even still in magazines and newspapers.

Numbered lists are called "taxonomies," but today we call them "listicles"... a mashup word of list + articles. 

In our summer series, we're interacting with numerous (no pun intended) numbered lists on all kinds of curiousities. Of course, our curiousities are all related to the Bible and seeing how God's ancient wisdom informs our contemporary 21st Century lives. 

Join us at 10:00 am on Sundays for coffee or tea and a bite to enjoy with fellowship. Worship starts at 10:30. Hope to see you soon!

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Listicles: 6 Important Truths To Know About Anger
Aug
19
10:30 AM10:30

Listicles: 6 Important Truths To Know About Anger

We love lists! We see them everywhere today. Websites. Blog and vlog postings. Tweets. Yes, even still in magazines and newspapers.

Numbered lists are called "taxonomies," but today we call them "listicles"... a mashup word of list + articles. 

In our summer series, we're interacting with numerous (no pun intended) numbered lists on all kinds of curiousities. Of course, our curiousities are all related to the Bible and seeing how God's ancient wisdom informs our contemporary 21st Century lives. 

Join us at 10:00 am on Sundays for coffee or tea and a bite to enjoy with fellowship. Worship starts at 10:30. Hope to see you soon!

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Listicles: 7 Lies Culture Tells Us About Love
Aug
12
10:30 AM10:30

Listicles: 7 Lies Culture Tells Us About Love

We love lists! We see them everywhere today. Websites. Blog and vlog postings. Tweets. Yes, even still in magazines and newspapers.

Numbered lists are called "taxonomies," but today we call them "listicles"... a mashup word of list + articles. 

In our summer series, we're interacting with numerous (no pun intended) numbered lists on all kinds of curiousities. Of course, our curiousities are all related to the Bible and seeing how God's ancient wisdom informs our contemporary 21st Century lives. 

Join us at 10:00 am on Sundays for coffee or tea and a bite to enjoy with fellowship. Worship starts at 10:30. Hope to see you soon!

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Listicles: 9 Tolerated Sins That Plague Your Life
Aug
5
10:30 AM10:30

Listicles: 9 Tolerated Sins That Plague Your Life

We love lists! We see them everywhere today. Websites. Blog and vlog postings. Tweets. Yes, even still in magazines and newspapers.

Numbered lists are called "taxonomies," but today we call them "listicles"... a mashup word of list + articles. 

In our summer series, we're interacting with numerous (no pun intended) numbered lists on all kinds of curiousities. Of course, our curiousities are all related to the Bible and seeing how God's ancient wisdom informs our contemporary 21st Century lives. 

Join us at 10:00 am on Sundays for coffee or tea and a bite to enjoy with fellowship. Worship starts at 10:30. Hope to see you soon!

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Because HE IS, The True Vine...
Jul
8
10:30 AM10:30

Because HE IS, The True Vine...

All we are in Christ comes from who Jesus is and what He has done for us. In Him, we find new life, hope, transformation, and a future. To discover who we're really meant to be, we start not with ourselves, but with Him. Because He is, I am...

This message series takes us on a journey through the seven "I am" statements Jesus made that are recorded in the Gospel of John. We'll look at what Jesus said about Himself, what that means for you and me personally, and what that means for people around us, too.  

Why for others, too? We are His witnesses, His ambassadors, His representatives. Thus, we have the joy and privilege to share Who He is not only to us, but to all in our personal spheres of influence, too, because He is: The True Vine...

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