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About Tri-Churches

A Short History 
 



In 1970 three churches agreed to share one building to hold their worship service. The three churches of St Cyprian's Anglican, Iona Presbyterian and Hillcrest United were worshipping in portables and they joined together to erect the current building at 1080 Finch Ave East.The land is owned by the Anglican Diocese and the building is owned jointly by Tri-Churches.

There are three large worship areas in the building, so each church has its own name and congregation and worship time, but fall under the Tri-Congregational Churches umbrella. This allows joint services at special times of the church year, as well as social activities and outreach in the community. The building with its unique concept of three large worship areas allows the rooms to be used by many community organizations for meetings and recreational activities.

When Hillcrest Church disbanded in 2003, their share of the partnership was taken over by St. Christopher's Chinese Anglican Church.

For more details of the three individual churches or related activities please follow the links provided

 
 

 

Tri-Congregational Churches
1080 Finch Ave. East
North York, Toronto

Ontario, Canada,
M2J 2X2

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Office Hours:
Tuesday to Friday - 9:30am to 12:30pm

Phone: 416 494 2442
e-mail

 
Upcoming Events

 

The 4 Church Christmas Choral Concert
Sunday, December 4, 2016 at 7:30 pm
Please invite family and friends to a wonderful evening of Christmas music presented by the choirs, as well as some carol singing and a skit,
followed by a time of fellowship.

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Mental Health First-Aid Training

We all recognize the importance of First Aid for physical problems, but how
well prepared are we to deal with mental health problems?
Dr. Susan Kagan, who presented ‘Understanding Mental Health’ on October
23, is a Mental Health First Aid Instructor. The course covers management of
substance-related disorders, mood disorders (including suicidal thoughts),
anxiety disorders, and psychotic disorders. This program will be done in 4
three-hour sessions and requires a minimum of 8 participants. A detailed
overview is available on the table at the back of the worship area for your
information.

If you are interested, please contact Margaret Black at:
blackmarg@gmail.com or 416-802-9199


Recent Events
 
New Parish Nurse Joins the
Tri-Congregational Parish Nursing Ministry


March 2016

Margaret Black (right), who began the Tri-Congregational
Parish Nursing Ministry in 2001, welcomes our new associate,
Maureen McNeish (left), RN, BScN. Maureen is very well
qualified for this position as she has completed all three levels
of the InterChurch Health Ministries Parish Nursing Program.
In addition she has a post-graduate certificate in Mental Health Nursing
from the Canadian Nurses’ Association. Maureen has 3 years
experience as a parish nurse at both an Anglican and a
Presbyterian church in Toronto, so clearly God has prepared
her well for the Tri-Congregational Churches! Marg and
Maureen, who have complementary areas of expertise,
will be sharing the Parish Nursing pastoral ministry to
provide the best care for all clients.

As well as volunteering with the Tri-Congregational Parish
Nursing Ministry, Maureen works full time as a home care
nurse contracted through the Community Care Access Centre.
She is also married with two teenage children. She and her
family have recently moved into our neighbourhood from
downtown Toronto.

We are blessed indeed to have her on our team.
Please welcome her in true Tri-Congregational Churches fashion.

 
 
Induction and ordination of Rev. Robert Reid,
new minister of the Iona Presbyterian congregation,
on Sunday, August 30, 2015
 
2015 Iona Strawberry Social
Saturday, June 13, 2015

 

 

2015 Seniors' Luncheon
Wednesday, June 10, 2015

 

2015 Iona Irish Night
Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Christmas Choral Concert
Sunday, December 7, 2014

The 44 voice choir made up from the four churches: Iona Presbyterian,
Trinity Mandarin Presbyterian, St. Cyprian's Anglican, And St. Christophers
Anglican church.


Some members from the skit "Sherlock Holmes and the true meaning
of Christmas "

The attending congregation.

The Trinity Mandarin and St. Christophers Anglican youth group.

 


Rev. Jim Biggs Recently Retired

This picture was taken on June 17, 2014 at the final session meeting and dinner with Rev. Jim Biggs. Included with the session members were Linda Biggs, as well as Bev McCutcheon, J.P.Smit, from the Presbyterian national office, who worked with the session prior to the appointment of Rev. Emily Bisset, our newly appointed interim moderator (bottom right).

 



2014 Tri-church Seniors Group Luncheon
Thursday, June 25, 2014


Village Voices at Iona
Wednesday, May 14, 2014

pictures submitted by Bob Williams

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Iona's Irish Night
Tuesday, March 18, 2014
with Robert Graham at the piano

pictures submitted by Robert Williams

 

 





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