85 Parkwoods Village Drive
North York, ON M3A 2X9
Sunday Worship Service
at 10:30 a.m.
Parkwoods United Church
There is always that sense of “family”, with outreach in the local community and beyond. Many of the activities and services revolve around this outreach. There is a sense that Parkwood’s people work together, each person using his or her talents to contribute to this sense of mission.
Parkwoods is about many things, but essentially, it is about its people and what they do for the Glory of God.
We Are a community of people, diverse in age and race, who believe in God as revealed in Jesus Christ.
Learn about the programs and activities that make Parkwoods a special place.
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Exercise classes for Seniors are held every Tuesday and Thursday morning. No cost for seniors 65 and over with an OHIP card. Come and join us!
Watercolour Art Classes are held on Wednesday mornings in the lower church hall at 10 o’clock under the instruction of professional artist Melinda Calway.
The Young at Heart group meet Fridays from 12 noon to 3:00 p.m. If you would like to meet new friends, young and old, come and join us for a fun game of Bridge and/or Euchre.
Our nursery is staffed every Sunday morning with an experienced, CPR-certified caregiver. Infants to children up to 4 years old are welcome to enjoy this space!
We have been advised by the Toronto Fire Department that the four parking spaces in front of the church have been designated as a ‘FIRE ROUTE’. This means that effective immediately, there is to be NO PARKING in these spaces. If you choose to do so, you could be subject to a $250.00 fine under the Toronto Municipal Code, Chapter 880. The two handicap parking spaces at the end of the fire route are not affected.