Kingsway-Lambton Values

Belonging. Everyone Belongs just as they are.  No one needs to “fit in” to join us!   

Spirituality is a word that connects us with each other in faith and with those outside of our church family.  We gather, bound by ritual, silence, sermon, song, and faith. Spirituality calls us to programming and worship that is Spirit led.

Compassionate service is evident in much of what we do as a community of faith.  From the Flea Market to the Art Show, Coldest Night, Out of the Cold, the Warmth Initiative, we strive to care for those around us and each other.  

Relevance helps to empower belonging, spirituality and compassionate service.  It is our connection to the present and the momentum that carries us into the future.  It helps us to have an awake and active faith that matters now, with a bible in one hand and a newspaper or electronic device in the other.

In the Heart of The Kingsway

Located in the west side of Toronto - in a leafy neighbourhood, accessible by subway, nestled in the historic Humber River catchment area - our KL community of faith, neighbours and friends gather in a beautiful sanctuary and online for compelling spiritual guidance with inspirational music.The congregation is active, engaged, and volunteers to support many worthwhile programs. We're glad you've come here and we hope you are able to find everything you're looking for. Perhaps you're trying to find answer to some common questions, or you wish to find out about our worship services, or learn more about K-L Life and Work at the church and in our community. No matter what you're looking for, we want you to know that you are welcome here and we look forward to the opportunity of getting to know you. 

We Protect Each Other

We request that attendees who are eligible, be fully vaccinated. Wearing a mask is encouraged. If you are feeling ill or test positive, please stay home and join us via livestream or by watching our recorded service. 

Land Acknowledgement

We acknowledge the land we are meeting on is the gift and trust of our Creator and is the traditional territory of many nations including the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee and the Wendat peoples and is now home to many diverse First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. We also acknowledge that this land has been the object of the Dish With One Spoon treaty calling on all dwelling here to share, in peace, the resources of lake and land and is covered by Treaty 13 with the Mississaugas of the New Credit.

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