How to find us


Armour Heights Presbyterian Church is centrally located within the city of Toronto at 105 Wilson Ave., west of Yonge St. and east of Avenue Rd. Both eastbound and westbound Wilson Ave. buses stop just east and west of the church.

By Transit
From York Mills subway station on the Yonge line, take the westbound bus. At the top of the hill Wilson Ave. intersects with Yonge Blvd (the second stop on the route). The church is a very short walk west, on the south side of the street.

From Wilson subway station on the Spadina line, take the eastbound Wilson Ave. bus. After crossing Avenue Rd., the bus stops at a traffic light in front of the Cricket and Curling Club. The church is a very short walk east.

By Car
Parking is available on neighbourhood streets, principally Wilson Ave. (both sides), Saunders Ave. (east side only), and Hedon Ave. (both sides). Please avoid parking on the west side of Saunders Ave. Additional parking may be available at Armour Heights Public School just west of the church, off Belgrave Ave.


    Portland Place
    - Several times each year we celebrate and share with the people of Portland Place. Through karaoke, bbq's, Christmas parties, flower garden planting and more, we share in the lives of our inner-city brothers and sisters.

    Evangel Hall
    - Once or twice each year we have the opportunity to prepare and serve dinner at Evangel Hall, providing dinner for 80-100 people. It is a wonderful time of blessing for all involved.

    Prayer Shawls
    - Our Prayer Shawl ministry team provides prayer shawls for those who are ill, new babies, university students, confirmation participants, and more. It is a wonderful blessing for both those who create and those who receive these meaningful shawls.

    Senior's Lunch
    - Each month we provide lunch and a speaker for seniors who live in our community. We invite speakers to share insights on relevant health issues, particularly for seniors.

    We share in many outreach ministries during the Advent and Christmas Season including:
    - Mitten Tree: each year we collect mittens, hats, and scarves for people living in Toronto
    - Christmas Angels: we help new refugee families celebrate their first Christmas in Canada with warm clothes, food, and some special gifts.
    - YSM (Yonge Street Mission) Shoe-boxes: families load up shoe-boxes filled toys for inner-city children living in Toronto.

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