Welcome to Armour Heights Church! We are a vibrant community of faith located at 105 Wilson Avenue in Toronto.
We are a place where spiritual growth happens. We are a space where friendship, belonging, spiritual support and formation for every age and stage of life are developed. Whether you are struggling right now and looking for some meaning, direction and peace, or whether you are soaring and want to explore further where a spiritual life of gratitude and abundance can take you, check us out.
Whether you use a wheelchair, are visually challenged, have never been to church before, identify as LGBTQI+ or are experimenting with different faith traditions or spiritualities, we here at Armour Heights church are committed to a journey of humbly learning what it means to call ourselves fully accessible and inclusive. Such a commitment is integral to our call to be a church that follows Jesus Christ. Check us out and let us know how we're doing.
Worship services are held every Sunday in-person and livestreamed at 10:30am (see the next section below for details). We also offer programs for all ages throughout the week online via zoom.
Thank you for taking some time to explore our website, and we look forward connecting with you!
We look forward to welcoming you to worship this coming Sunday in person or livestream. Following Toronto Public Health, masking is optional. We also welcome you to join us after church for refreshments and fellowship in our hall.
Our service begins at 10:30am with a prelude beginning at 10:25pm. Zoomfee hour is at 12:30pm online. We look forward to worshipping with you and connecting with you! Thank you for being part of our Armour Heights Community and for your ongoing support!
— The ministry team
The congregation of Armour Heights Church acknowledges that the land upon which our sacred space is situated lies on the traditional territory of the Huron-Wendat and Petun First Nations, the Seneca, and, most recently, the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation. We give thanks.
We wish to share this powerful statement of "repentance and commitment to action" of our church, which began 27 years ago with our apology and confession to Indigenous peoples. At the bottom of the statement, you will also find links to other documents and our partnerships with Indigenous groups and government. We are holding nothing back, and the recent discoveries of graves only reinforces what we are committed to doing under the leadership and invitation of Indigenous communities. For more information, check out presbyterian.ca/healing/.
To read the letter, click the button below.
The church office is currently operating on a flexible schedule during Covid-19. Please call ahead to let us know if you are planning to stop by.
Rev. Dr. Harris Athanasiadis - Minister
Rev. Rebecca Jess - Minister
Erin Stone - Administrator & Manager of Community Engagement
Michael Nettleton - Clerk of Session
Bruce Nasmith - Director of Music
105 Wilson Ave, Toronto, Ontario M5M 2Z9, Canada