The only wood-framed church in Toronto – REVIVED!

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This church has always been the heart of the community. When Hurricane Hazel attacked Toronto on October 15, 1954, it served as the rescue centre for the neighbourhood. Unaffected by the hurricane, this small church building remains lovely and charming. It is still a major landmark – loved by many people.
The restorative work for this heritage building commencd in 2012, and was completed in 2014. Various activities are being organized to reflect the historical and cultural value of this building.


Upcoming Events

Environmental Cleanup
Sun. June 9th 11:00 am - 1:00 pm

How much can one person do to beautify our one-and-only world? How much can you and your friends and neighbours do? A little? Or a lot? Let's give it a try!

Fundraising Bazaar
Sun. Sept. 15th 11:00 am - 3:00 pm

You heard about last year's amazing fundraising bazaar and you ask yourself "Why didn't I go?". You have another chance to participate this year. More food, more crafts, more games and more fun!

Hurricane Hazel 70th Anniversary
Sun. Oct. 13th 11:00 am - 1:00 pm

Explore how one extraordinary event changed a community and a city's approach to housing and self-preservation. All are welcome! * date is subject to change

Christmas/Holiday Pot Luck
Sun. Dec 22nd 1:00pm - 3:00pm

Time to take a break from shopping and decorating. Time to mingle with your neighbours and friends. Fire up your ovens and warm up your vocal chords (singing optional). Please join us!


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