Worship Service is held every Sunday morning at 10:30am
Services are lead by Rev. Jennifer Palin
Saturday June 15 at 12 noon
Amnesty International "Taste for Justice" event featuring the film, "We Were Children" a National Film Board documentary on Canada's residential schools. Lunch will be served at 12 noon. Please RSVP at 416-444-8444 by June 12.
Tuesday & Thursday: 9:30 a.m.-11 a.m
Every 1st & 3rd Friday of the month.
2 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Meets every Wednesday
1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
For church events please click on "Events Listings" above.
Our Mission Statement:
To follow Jesus by sharing God’s unconditional love as the Spirit empowers us. .
We’re proud of what we accomplish here, and humbled by how many of our members and friends play an active role.
Our congregation is part of The United Church of Canada, a denomination that continues the heritage of our Methodist/Presbyterian and Congregationalist predecessors. Over the years we have become Canada’s largest Protestant denomination, with more than three million adherents, drawn from every tradition imaginable.
The Donway United Church was formed in the early 1950s in the brand new community of Don Mills, while Covenant United Church-Oriole started life in the 1960s in the Henry Farm area. Early in the 1990s, the two congregations merged to form The Donway Covenant United Church, which now serves the greater Don Mills area.
Our congregation is a microcosm of the community, drawing its members from every ethnic background. We have a strong core of working people, a musical Sunday School and plenty of “gray power”. Our congregation continues to welcome dozens of new members and friends each year, reflecting great opportunities to engage in Christian ministry through our church. Check out our section on becoming a member.