WELCOME TO KEELE

Keele Street Christian Church is a non-denominational community church in the Junction/High Park area of Toronto with a strong multicultural focus. It is our desire to be a warm, inviting place where people from every tribe and nation feel comfortable as they explore and grow in a relationship with Jesus Christ. Please join us as we try to share and live out God’s message of love, hope, and new beginnings through the amazing grace of Jesus Christ.

“GROW DEEPER” ADULT CLASS

Grow DeeperThe Adult Bible Study Class will be doing a video study entitled “Faith Lessons by Ray Vander lann. We start with a 5-week study on the Early Church. Visit Biblical sites and get Biblical insight!


Leaders: Various
Sunday 10:00 am.


HELP OTHERS SEE

BRING YOUR EYEGLASSESIf you wear glasses, you probably have pairs of old glasses hanging around in a draw somewhere in your home. How would you like to help somebody else see? Jonathan Tabije will be collecting your old glasses to take back with him to the Philippines to share with those who can’t afford glasses there. You could give someone a new perspective, literally! More information to come, meanwhile try and remember where you left those old glasses!


CHRISTMAS SHOE BOXES

Operation Christmas Child
One of the best ways to show the true meaning of Christmas to your children or grandchildren is to do a shoebox with them! It is a practical, hands-on way to share with those in need.

Once again Keele and Maple Leaf are involved in the shoe box campaign for “Operation Christmas Child”. We already have the shoe boxes and info pamphlets available for you to take home. All shoe boxes have to be returned to the church building here at Keele by Sunday November 12h.



Last year we collected 62 boxes, let’s see what we can do this year!


MAPLE LEAF CHRISTIAN CHURCH

Keele Street Christian Church is the home for a Portuguese-speaking Brazilian church plant. Pastor Jose Fernandes, with the support of Hisportic Christian Mission, meet here Sundays at 5:30 pm. Check out Maple Leaf’s website