August 25, 2020

Dear brothers and sisters in Christ,

Thank you to all who have been able to attend our morning worship services. Your respect for the safety protocols and for one another has been much appreciated. We would like to share some information on how our church ministry will continue over the next few months.

On September 6th, we will be having a communion service immediately following the morning service. The session has discussed and implemented protocols to ensure the safety of the congregation as the communion elements are served.  Also starting on September 6th, the church will be open at 6:30 p.m. for public worship, along with the preservice prayer time at 5:50 p.m. held in the church basement and on Zoom.

The Sunday school classes that would normally recommence in September will continue to be on hold at the moment. We encourage families to keep their children with them in the morning and evening services. You can download and print the children’s sermon notes bulletin for use in the services. Download – TFPC KIDS

The Wednesday evening Bible study and prayer meeting will continue at 7:30 p.m. on Zoom for now. The session will review this on a monthly basis.

As the governmental rules and regulations change and are updated, we will endeavor to keep you all informed. We recognize that some may still feel uncomfortable in returning at this time, and we wish to assure you that we will support your decision to continue to worship with us online.

Much blessing to you and your family,

TFPC Session.


Thank you for taking the time to visit our site! We are located in the community of Malvern at the intersection of Neilson Road and Finch Avenue East in Scarborough, Ontario. Toronto Free Presbyterian Church has sought to establish a faithful witness for the gospel of Jesus Christ locally and to the Greater Toronto Area for over 40 years.  You are most welcome to join in our worship services and weekly programs.

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