Sunday School |
Parent & Tots/Early Years |
Day Camp | Adult Study
Currently, the Donway Covenant United Church offers one Sunday Worship service at 10:30 a.m. with an average attendance of 100. All children present are
Nursery Care during our Sunday services.
invited to share in a children’s story at the beginning of the service with our Sunday School Co-ordinator, Alcina Chiu and our Music Director, Daniel Rubinoff. Daniel is offering a children’s program every Sunday for twenty minutes during the worship service. The children are asked to join Daniel who will lead them to a Sunday School classroom where he will teach them bible stories through music. .
More information: Alcina Chiu or Daniel Rubinoff at 416-444-8444
Left to right: Jennifer Blazek, Patty Snowdon
Parents & Tots/Ontario Early Years Centre
Our Parents and Tots Co-ordinator, Jennifer Blazek and her assistant, Patty Snowdon operate a drop-in program for young parents and caregivers with pre-schoolers. All are welcome to gather for games, crafts, circle time and music on Tuesday & Thursday mornings from 9:30 to11:00. Whatever the age of your little one, there is always a place here with us for you.
More information: Jennifer Blazek at 416-444-8444
Footprints Summer Day Camp
Our church is a founding supporter of Footprints Summer Day Camp, a major ecumenical outreach project shared by the four churches on The Donway Circle. Religious instruction is integrated into an all-day camping program supervised by paid staff and overseen by a volunteer board. Bursaries are available for families who cannot afford to attend. Visit their website at
More information: Lorrie Daly-Price, Footprints Summer Day Camp Administrator at 416-527-2579
Weekly Adult Study Group
In addition to the Sunday School program, there are opportunities for adults of the congregation to develop and nurture an understanding of their faith. These include an active Bible Study group and a Tuesday Study group. A confirmation class is also offered when demand exists.
Tuesday Study Group
This group meets in the Church Library Tuesday mornings from 9:30 to11:30 beginning in September. The discussion is focused on understanding contemporary religious thinking through books by recognized scholars and clergy. Everyone is welcome to attend. We are frank, open and supportive.
More information: Jaren McLeod, 416-444-8444; Click here to email