We are located at 140 Guildwood Parkway in Scarborough, Ontario.
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Worship begins at 11 AM.
Guildwood Community Presbyterian Church is a community of faith of over 250 people from many church and faith backgrounds. We are united in our desire to enjoy Creation, support one another, and make a difference in our lives - and our world - in the name of Jesus Christ.
Worship is welcoming, musical and joyful! We have a thriving program for young children & youth, nursery facilities, and a coffee hour follows every service.
Whether you are new to the area, new to the faith, rediscovering your church background, or looking for a safe place to ask (sometimes unanswerable) questions about religious/spiritual matters, Guildwood Presbyterian is here for you.
Saturday, March 18, 8AM-9:30 in the Church Hall. Join a group of men from the congregation and community for a hearty breakfast, stimulating conversation, and lots of fun! What a deal at $10 per person including tax, tip, and a bottomless cup of coffee.
The Women’s Ministry of Guildwood Church is inviting women to a day apart. Join us on Saturday, January 21, 2017 from 9 AM to 4 PM. A $25 registration fee includes breakfast, lunch and program. Read more here: (more…)
November 27 – Advent I – Communion
December 4 – Advent II – Amnesty International Write for Rights
December 10 – Congregational Carol Sing & Christmas Party (contact for details)
December 11 – Advent III
December 18 – Advent IV A Christmas Play
December 21 – 7:30 PM Longest Night – A quiet service of prayer and healing
December 24 – 7:00 PM A Service of Lessons and Carols
December 25 – 11:00 AM Christmas Day Communion
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL – The worldwide voluntary activist organization campaigns against human rights violations that are occurring in countries all over the world. Each year on in early December, they hold letter-writing campaigns, called Write For Rights, to appeal to some of these governments on behalf of wrongfully detained and ill treated and tortured prisoners of conscience. This year, following worship on December 4th, GCPC (more…)
December 21, 7:30 PM. Please come to a quiet service of prayer and reflection on the longest night of the year. This service is intended for those who need a quiet withdrawal from Christmas busyness, and also for those who need a message of hope in difficult days.