Upcoming Events -Join us for online worship @ 10 AM Sundays on zoom (LINK ON NEWS PAGE)

Mark your calendars for these coming events!

Sermon - February 28, 2021

The Second Sunday of Lent

Sermon - February 21, 2021

The First Sunday of Lent
Black History Month - Fourth Week of February

 

The Doctor and the Reverend  

 

Dr. Anderson Ruffin Abbott was the first Canadian-born Black doctor in Canada. An honours student, he studied medicine at the Toronto School of Medicine and was licensed as a doctor in 1861.  

 

Rev. Addie Aylesworth [Mabel Adeline] (1909-1998) was the first Black Canadian woman minister in Canada. She studied at the Medical Missionary College and the Toronto Bible College. At first a deaconess, the only spiritual leadership role open to women at that time, she was ordained when rules were amended in 1951 as the first woman minister of the British Methodist Episcopal Church which grew out of the African Methodist Episcopal Church.

 

Black History Month - Fourth Week of February

Lift Every Voice and Sing

Written and scored by black brothers James and John Johnson in honour of Abraham Lincoln’s birthday anniversary in 1905. It is known as “The Black National Anthem”.

Amazing Grace

Written by John Newton, once a slave-trader, in 1772. It is uplifting to Christians around the world and full of the message of redemption and forgiveness. You might recognize yourselves in St. Tim’s submissions! Enjoy!

Gems and Friends Steel Band Orchestra

Grow spiritually, live life with a meaningful purpose.
We believe our purpose is to be a loving, caring, community worshiping Almighty God, sharing the good news of Jesus Christ and reaching out to others in the power of the Holy Spirit.
Learn More