Toronto Church

Church is Open with Restrictions

Regular church services are being held with ongoing restrictions. Please see the special instructions and especially the new Mask Policy in the Announcements section. We will continue to livestream our divine services. The Zoom platform will continue to be used for some large meetings, but not for our regular services. For your convenience, here are the links to these platforms:

Interactive Zoom Room: (Zoom platform, meeting ID 976 670 7467)

Live Stream:'

Sabbath, September 26, 2020

If professed Christians love Jesus better than the world, they will love to speak of Him, their best Friend, in whom their highest affections are centered. He came to their aid when they felt their lost and perishing condition. When weary and heavy-laden with sin, they turned unto Him. He removed their burden of guilt and sin, took away their sorrow and mourning, and turned the whole current of their affections. The things they once loved, they now hate; and the things they hated, they now love. Has this great change taken place in you? Be not deceived. I would never name the name of Christ, or I would give Him my whole heart, my undivided affections. We should feel the deepest gratitude that Jesus will accept this offering. He demands all. When we are brought to yield to His claims, and give up all, then, and not till then, will He throw around us His arms of mercy. But what do we give when we give all? A sin-polluted soul for Jesus to purify, to cleanse by His mercy, and to save from death by His matchless love. And yet I saw that some thought it hard to give up all. I am ashamed to hear it spoken of, ashamed to write it. Do you talk about self-denial? What did Christ give for us? When you think it hard that Christ requires all, go to Calvary, and weep there over such a thought. Behold the hands and feet of your Deliverer torn by the cruel nails that you may be washed from sin by His own blood! Those who feel the constraining love of God do not ask how little may be given in order to obtain the heavenly reward; they ask not for the lowest standard, but aim at a perfect conformity to the will of their Redeemer. With ardent desire they yield all, and manifest zeal proportionate to the value of the object of which they are in pursuit. What is the object? Immortality, eternal life. - Testimonies vol. 1 pp. 159, 160

The Church at Study - Sabbath School



Jim Gray

Opening Hymn

#300- I Must Tell Jesus All of My Trials


Lesson Review

“The Result of Persevering Prayer” (by Walter Lukic)


New Lesson

“Hope for the Remnant of the Family” E1: Dalibor Poznic; Y: Kaitlin Hanuska

Closing Hymn

#178-Just When I Need Him Most

Closing Prayer

The Church at Worship - Divine Service



Damir Poznic

Opening Hymn

#247-Just As I Am, Without One Plea

Key Text

Romans 5:10

Opening Prayer

Damir Poznic


“Saved by His Life” (by Marian Sirbu)

Closing Hymn

222- I Gave My Life for Thee

Closing Prayer

Marian Sirbu


Communion: The communion service will take place directly after the Divine Service today.

Prayer Meeting: Prayer meeting will be held as usual on Tuesday evening at 7:00 p.m.

Biannual Delegation Session: The biannual delegation session of the East Canadian Field Conference will take place on Sunday, October 4. Delegates from this church are: Br. Tim, Br. Alex, Sr. Tanja, Sr. Sonia, Br. Jaromir, and Br. Damir. Br. Jim Gray is the reserve.

Prayer Requests

  1. For the upcoming delegation session
  2. For those who are ill, particularly Br. Dalibor Hanuska, Sr. Lydia Gavric, Sr. Mara Sarcevic, and Br. Maurice.
  3. For our young people, children, and visitors.
  4. For the Holy Spirit to revive us, perfect us, and seal us.
  5. For the wisdom, courage and zeal to proclaim the truth for this time at this time

Mask and Social Distancing Policy:

  1. Unless medically exempted, or under two years of age, everyone attending services at the church must put on a face covering upon entering the church.
  2. No child under two years of age or any person exempted from wearing a mask for medical reasons will be required to wear a mask..
  3. Attendees at church are requested to provide their own masks if at all possible. A limited number of disposable masks will be available for people who arrive at church without a mask.
  4. Ushers will ask you to put on your mask when you enter the church.
  5. If you are not medically exempted from wearing a mask, and do not wish to wear a mask in church, we respectfully request that you attend services from home on one of our online platforms.
  6. Signs will be posted at the entrance to the church, reminding you to wear a mask indoors.
  7. If possible, please bring your own drinking water..
  8. Children must sit with their parents during Divine Service.
  9. Do not come to church if you have flu-like symptoms or have been in contact with someone with such symptoms.
  10. Please consult the following guidelines for more information:

    Toronto Guidelines for Places of Worship

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