In Christ,
in this place,
with these people,
you have found a home.

IMG_1271A Christian Community

The Church of the Transfiguration is a growing community of Jesus’ followers seeking to bring new people into Christian life. Located in the heart of Davisville Village in uptown Toronto, members of our community gather for worship at Transfiguration on Sundays and Thursdays, but live out our Christian faith across the entire GTA throughout the week. We seek to live the Gospel in our workplaces and homes, so that the Kingdom of God might be experienced by all. Transfiguration is a church rooted in the Anglican tradition and is one of over two hundred churches in the Anglican Diocese of Toronto.

Scripture_340pxA Story that Transforms

As a Christian community, we profess a belief in the good news of Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection. We believe that relationship with Jesus and living as his disciples has the power to transform the life of our community and the life of the world.

We believe that our story (both as individuals and as a community) intersects with God’s story found in the Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments. We read and study the Scriptures so that we can better understand who we are as God’s people.

A Warm Welcome

Transfiguration is committed to telling God’s story in many different ways. We do so as a welcoming, worshiping community; through relationships as we connect with friends and family in our personal lives; and through our deep commitment to proclaiming the Good News through the varying platforms of Social Media.


We believe that part of being a welcoming Christian community is welcoming people where they are, not where we are.

You do not have to share all (or any) of the same beliefs as the practicing Christians within our community to be welcome here. All are welcome and invited at Transfiguration.

You can belong before you believe.

We are always welcoming new people on Sunday’s when we gather for worship at 10:30am and 5pm.

Alternatively, please feel free to contact our Lead Pastor & Incumbent, David Giffen, who would be happy to make an appointment for coffee and conversation and a friendly introduction.

Reign of Christ – 2016

November 20, 2016 ()

Bible Text: Luke 23:33-43 |

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Happening at Transfiguration

Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper

Tuesday February 28th - 5:00pm - Tuesday February 28th - 8:00pm

Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper

Church of the Transfiguration
111 Manor Road East
Toronto, ON  M4S 1R4 Map

Lent is coming! And so is our annual Pancake Supper. Mark your calendar for Tuesday, February 28th! Invite your friends and neighbours, as all are welcome and invited to our 23nd annual event. Sittings at 5pm and 6pm (and maybe 7pm for those late stragglers!)

Pay what you can at the door.

For further information or to volunteer, contact the church office at 416-489-7798 or ac.no1488250807itaru1488250807gifsn1488250807arteh1488250807tfohc1488250807ruhc@1488250807eciff1488250807o1488250807.

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Ash Wednesday

Wednesday March 1st - 7:30pm - Wednesday March 1st - 10:30pm

Ash Wednesday

Church of the Transfiguration
111 Manor Road East
Toronto, ON  M4S 1R4 Map

Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of the Season of Lent. It is a season of penance, reflection, and fasting which prepares us for Christ's Resurrection on Easter Sunday. Ashes are a symbol of penance made sacramental by the blessing of the Church, and they help us develop a spirit of humility and sacrifice.

The ashes are made from the blessed palms used in the Palm Sunday celebration of the previous year. While the ashes symbolize penance and contrition, they are also a reminder that God is gracious and merciful. God's Divine mercy is of utmost importance during the season of Lent, and the Church calls on us to seek that mercy during the entire Lenten season with reflection, prayer and penance.

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The Paschal Triduum

Thursday April 13th - 7:30pm - Saturday April 15th - 10:30pm

The Paschal Triduum

Church of the Transfiguration
111 Manor Road East
Toronto, ON  M4S 1R4 Map

The Paschal Triduum is the journey the Church walks towards the Resurrection of our Lord on Easter Day. Its liturgies are distinct, but are not singular events separate from one another. The three days form one continuous liturgy beginning on Maundy Thursday evening, moving through Good Friday afternoon, and arriving at the pinnacle of the Church Year at the Great Easter Vigil of the Resurrection on Holy Saturday evening.

Maundy Thursday - April 13th at 7:30pm
Good Friday - April 14th at Noon
Holy Saturday - April 15th at 9:00pm

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