On-Site and in the City
Christian education for kids from preschool to grade 8, held during the worship service every other Sunday.
Bible study and breakfast for teens grade 9-12, held every other Sunday at 9:30 a.m.
A safe, fun place for infants and toddlers, with live video of the worship service for adults.
A selection of current books, periodicals, and other resources for Christian discipleship and reading enjoyment, 9:30-10:30 a.m.
A resource program for early childhood and families, with activities, workshops, and other parenting resources. For more information visit the YMCA of Niagara website (external link).
Annual cohorts of intergenerational groups that provide times for fellowship, encouragement, and prayer.
Musical education and enrichment in a fun and engaging environment for children grades 1-8 (Singout choir) and children ages 3-5 (Tiny Trebles choir). Kid choristers have the opportunity to play hand bells and Orff instruments, sing choral music, learn to sign lyrics of songs, and acquire basic music theory. Choir leaders strive to build confidence and a deeper love of music as kids learn a variety of music that is geared to their age level. Visit Singout.ca for more info.
Our choir rehearses and performs throughout the year according to seasons and special events. When choir is in session, rehearsals are 7:30 p.m. on Thursday.
Drop-in badminton matches for ages 16 and up, Mondays 7-8:30 p.m. Contact church office for further details.
We partner with Mennonite Central Committee to sponsor refugees to Canada and help resettle them in the Niagara region, along with assembling and sending relief kits to refugee camps around the world. Visit the Mennonite Central Committee website (external link) for more info.
Meals served to those in need near downtown St. Catharines, every month from November to March.
Limited material relief for our neighbours as needs arise.
A place to grow and share food, from small individual plots to larger group growing projects. Visit GranthamGarden.ca for more info.
Children ages 4 to 13 are immersed in the story of scripture as they participate in a variety of activities on site and around the Niagara area, scheduled each year in July.
A one-week summer day camp for children grades 1-8, consisting of theatre workshops, drama games, music, and an end-of-week performance for family and friends.
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