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Join us for worship this

Sunday at 10:30 a.m.

Minister: Rev. Jennifer Palin

Church Office Hours

Monday - Thursday: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Friday: 9 a.m. - 12 noon


What's New!

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Calendar of Events

Job Posting: Director of the Early ON/Parents & Tots Program

Please click above for Job Description

The Voice Newsletter

The Fall edition.

Ladies Fellowship Christmas Pot Luck Luncheon

Thursday Dec. 6 at 12 noon.

Come Join the Choir

For more information please click on the link above.

Coffee & Conversation

Next Drop in: Dec.7, 2018.

Parents & Tots Drop-in

Every Tuesday & Thursday,

9:30 a.m. - 11 a.m.

E.S.L. Conversation Group

Every Wednesday,

1:45 p.m. - 3:45 p.m.

3 Weekly Memoir Writing Programs

Call 416-444-8444 to sign up for the weekly Memoir Writing Programs. Currently, there are openings for the weekly Sunday program starting January 13, 2019.

Volunteer Sign-up Sheet

Accessibilty Feedback Form

Church Reservation Calendar

For church events please click on "Calendar of Events" above.

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Our Mission Statement:
To follow Jesus by sharing God’s unconditional love as the Spirit  empowers us. .
Everyone is Welcome

What kind of community are we

welcoming you into?

Over fifty years ago, the new planned community of Don Mills was built on the outskirts of Toronto.  This visionary community attracted many people who were interested in integrating work life, home life, and community life together in a tranquil and woodsy-natural setting.  Many of those first inhabitants were mostly white liberal Protestants who came together to form the United Church which is now The Donway Covenant.  The original character of this congregation was very community minded and still is.  We’re a group of people with tender hearts, open minds, and a desire to serve Jesus’ vision of hope, love and justice for all in God’s Creation.  Most of us are still members of the original group which founded our church, but over the years, Don Mills has gradually welcomed in people from all over the world, and so has our church.  At one Pentecost celebration five years ago, we discovered that there were over 30 different languages spoken by members of our congregation.  As time has gone by, our understanding of God, theology, and community has changed, and is still changing.  We try to deal openly with all people, sometimes we struggle, but always we seek a common good.  As part of our faith journey, in 2014 we formalized our vision to "welcome all" by becoming an Affirming Congregation.  We’re a very human community who look to Jesus for ways to live with grace.  We’d be happy to welcome you, to help us grow in compassion, and understanding, and God’s grace.

Find out more about who we are and what's important to us...           (click here "About Us").