Please see our COVID-19 update for current service times and other restrictions as in-person worship services are affected.
Our Sunday service is at 10:30am (in-person and online).
We recommend arriving 5-10 minutes before the service so you can find a seat and settle in. There is parking at the back of the church and you’ll find us at 111 Manor Road East. See you soon!
When you arrive, you’ll be greeted by one of our greeting team and be given a bulletin.
This bulletin contains everything you need to know for the service; the only other resource you might use is the blue hymnal book during the morning service (these hymnals are available in the pews).
The service is about one hour, give or take depending on any special events happening (e.g. a baptism).
You do not have to give; you are our guest!
However, if you would like to financially support the church, you are of course welcome to do so. All offerings go towards the day-to-day running of the church and the ministries that serve our community.
*Due to COVID-19, we unfortunately are not able to offer hospitality after our services.*
On Sunday mornings, we have coffee hour after the service. This is an informal time to meet and catch up with other Transfigers. We serve coffee, tea, and a sweet treat. There is no obligation to stick around for coffee hour, but you are more than welcome to do so.
On Sunday evenings, we serve dinner after the service. This is a free community meal open to everyone. There is no obligation to stay for dinner, but you are more than welcome to do so.
We have quite a few families at Transfiguration, and we welcome children into our church. On Sunday mornings we have a children’s ministry program for ages 2-7, which is held down the hall from the sanctuary in our Children’s Ministry Room. Children are also of course welcome to stay with their parents or guardians in the sanctuary for the service.
Being a 100-year-old building on a hill, the answer to this is yes and no.
Over recent years we have made an effort to make our primary worship and gathering spaces accessible. So, our sanctuary, accessible washroom, and narthex (where coffee hour is served) are accessible from the Chapel Door. Our parish hall is also accessible from the Manor Road Entrance.
Yes, we have about 20 spots in our parking lot, including an accessible spot. On weekends there is also street parking in the immediate vicinity.
We are in-between Davisville and Eglinton subway stations, and about a 10-15 minute walk from each.
Should you get off at Davisville, walk north along Yonge and turn east onto Manor Road; if you get off at Eglinton station, walk south along Yonge street and turn east onto Manor Road. By bus along Eglinton, disembark at Redpath and walk south to the church.