Grace Church is a community of people from diverse backgrounds, exploring and learning what it means to be followers of Jesus Christ in South Scarborough. We are a community that exists to worship God, engage with our local community and grow together in faith as we proclaim the Good News of God’s Kingdom.
Who We Are
We are a diverse group of followers and learners of Jesus, who gather together in South Scarborough to worship God in the Anglican tradition, serve the community and share the Good News of Jesus. We don’t have all the answers but we’re eager for the journey, and all of us are continuing to learn and grow as we worship together, study together and serve together.
Grace Church is part of York-Scarborough, an area in the Anglican Diocese of Toronto.
In June 2011, the South Scarborough congregations of St. Crispin, St. Giles, St. George and Epiphany voted to amalgamate their resources and join together as one worshipping body in service of the Gospel. On September 1, 2011, they became one worshiping congregation.
Grace Church in Scarborough celebrated its first service as one congregation on Sunday, October 9, 2011, at the site of the former St. Giles, 35 Kecala Rd., Scarborough, where they continued to worship until November 2013, when the newly redeveloped site of Grace Church was finished at 700 Kennedy Rd.
The new building was ceremonially opened on January 25, 2014, when the Rt. Rev. Patrick Yu, Area Bishop of York-Scarborough, celebrated an opening service in the new church.
Get more information on the four original founding churches.