Toronto United Mennonite Church
1774 Queen Street East
Times for Worship:
- Fall/Winter: Hybrid worship begins at 11 am. Sundays. Church on the Ground meets at 1774 Queen St. E. and Church in the Cloud on Zoom. If you wish to attend in person, we strongly advise you to wear a mark, but it’s not mandatory. Order of Service, announcements and TUMC Connects newsletter, are sent out weekly. Contact the office administrator to be added to the email list.
Administrator Marieke’s core office hours: Tuesday-Friday, 9 am to 1 pm.
Email: office administrator or Peter.Haresnape@tumc.ca
Facebook (public page): @churchonqueen
Meeting place: Queen Street East at Lark Street, in Toronto’s Beaches neighbourhood, one block east of Kingston Road.
Transit: 501 Queen streetcar and 22 Coxwell bus will both drop you close by (at Queen and Kingston).
Parking: Free on Queen on Sundays until 1 p.m., with more free parking on nearby residential streets. TUMC also has a small parking lot, accessed by a driveway off Queen four houses west of the church, separated from a streetcar yard by a chain link fence.
Cycling: We’re a short trip north from the beautiful Waterfront Trail and the beach, via Northern Dancer (along the east side of Woodbine Park) or Winners Circle.
Accessibility: TUMC is fully accessible to wheelchairs, by way of the Lark St. door at the north end of the building. There is an accessible washroom on the main floor (in the small hallway opposite the cloakroom) and an elevator provides access to basement washrooms and classrooms as well as the second and third floor. Our seating is in movable chairs, allowing people with mobility devices to sit wherever they like. Wheel-Trans can do drop-offs right at the entrance. Large-print hymnals and hearing assistance devices (if you wish, you may bring your own earbuds or headphones to plug in) are available for those who need a little extra help to enjoy the service. Please ask an usher for anything you need.
Our Partners: We share our building and ministry with the Toronto Mennonite New Life Church, which holds Spanish-language services; and the Mennonite New Life Centre, which offers settlement services to immigrants and refugees during the week.