Rev. Nicholas Forrester held his first Sunday service on July 17, 2022. We look forward to them and so much more.
Due to the easing of the pandemic, our worship services have moved back to in person plus still available online live via Zoom, via eNews E-mails, and replayed on YouTube. Our office is open Tuesday-Friday 10am-2pm (hours may vary). The Lending Library is open during office hours. “Come, look at the selection of books the next time you are at the church.”
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We hope and pray for the world to continue to working together to stop COVID-19 and to support, comfort, and heal all those who are ill, both in body and spirit, suffer from isolation and financial hardship, and most of all, those who are mourning the loss of loved ones as well.
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Visit Toronto, Durham, and York Region Public Health sites for more information about COVID-19
With over 275 hymns, services, and sermons, our YouTube channel is a great way to enjoy how Ebenezer continues to provide worship services and community outreach.
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10:00 am Sunday worship services are currently only online .
The United Church of Canada Foundation was established in 2002 to manage trusts and endowments to support the work of the church. A number of funds have been created. Congregations benefit from the Foundation in many ways including grants to support congregations for the service provided to their communities. Ebenezer acknowledges being awarded one such grant and truly appreciates the generosity of the Foundation. Click here to download a brochure about the Foundation.
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Ebenezer United Church has been the rock of the community at Steeles Ave. E and Brimley Rd for over 168 years.
Not only do we celebrate God's presence, but also we offer a number of interesting community programs.
We are a friendly, family oriented, and music-loving congregation that reaches to people in our neighbourhood and beyond.