In the large busy Metropolis of Toronto, it is good to come home to Kimbourne Park United Church. Whether you are a visitor, a seeker or a longtime member, we will help you to feel at home.
We are authentically trying to be a welcoming, inclusive, intentional congregation, which celebrates diversity as a member of the United Church of Canada.
The reflective neo-Gothic interior warmly envelops you. One member described it as a vision of an ark, a boat offering sanctuary and safety in our bustling lives. A newcomer sat in a pew, looking around, and exclaimed, “The building is so friendly.” “If you think the building is friendly, wait ’til you meet the people… they are wonderful,” replied the minister.
Kimbourne Park is a small community of faith (attendance averaging 30–40), linked to its past, radically progressive in its theology, and daring in its visions of the future. Attracting active children, young adults, and elders; singled and coupled; straight, gay, lesbian, transgendered, and searching; we are very much alive in the covenant… come and explore your spiritual journey with us. Come, be part of our change and new growth.
We don’t have the answers; we'll help you with the questions.
Come worship every Sunday at 10:15 AM.
Last year, we marked 100 years as a community and we're celebrating in a big way, with the Kimbourne Park documentary "100 Years". Shot with industrial equipment and edited for months by Rob Pearson, this video celebrates our past and looks to our future.
As if that wasn’t enough, triple-Juno award winner Billy Newton-Davis will treat us with his unique vocal stylings on our special day. Don't miss it!