Worship With Us Online this Sunday

We will be live-streaming on facebook at 10:45am Sunday March 22

You don’t need a facebook account to watch – just follow the link below at 10:45am and join us!


If you miss the livestream, we will upload worship to this site in the afternoon. 

Social Distancing does not have to mean Spiritual Isolation. Join us as we seek connection with the ONE in whom we live and move and have our being.

Our theme will be:  In Need of Prayer?

Pastor Dawn Hutchings, Marney Curran, Eric Schultz and Andrew Slonetsky will bring worship to your home. We will broadcast from the church sanctuary as we practice social distancing.

Download the order of service:

Worship Mar22 bulletin

We are suspending all activities at the church building until further notice.

We made the decision to suspend all activities at the church building until further notice.
We sincerely hope that we are over-reacting. Our priority is to do our part to avoid the spread of the virus. 
We may not be able to physically gather, but this will not prevent us from being Church to one another and to our community!
Our CARE Team is coordinating efforts to stay connected to those in need.  You can volunteer to help by leaving a message on the Church phone 905-898-1682 – if you require assistance leave a message and someone will get back to you ASAP or call Pastor Dawn on her cellphone 905-868-0897
Plans are being made to live-stream worship on Sundays and to provide other opportunities for us to gather online. 
Please continue to visit our website for updates!

Social Distancing does NOT mean Social Isolating!  Let’s continue to care for one another by staying in touch! Remember to be LOVE in the world!

Worship in the midst of a pandemic: Put on LOVE

We abandoned the regular lectionary our readings were Matthew 11:28-30; Colossians 3:12-17; and Mark 1:29-35 you can read them in our service bulletin, found here

View the Sermon only below



Worship with us at 10:45am on March 15

Currently there is NO evidence of community transmission in York Region. Our gatherings are small. So, our planned activities for tomorrow, Sunday March 15 will go ahead.

Adult Education Class will meet at 9:15am

Worship begins at 10:45am

We will observe our Updated Public Health Protocol. We recognize that some people are self-isolating and we commend you for caring for your neighbours.

The sermon video will be posted tomorrow afternoon and we are working on necessary copyright permissions to allow for live-streaming of the full service.

Social Distancing and the Woman with a Flow of Blood

International Women’s Day

Public Health Protocols @ Holy Cross

As anxiety about the COVID-19 virus increases, it is only natural for us to wonder what the implications for our community might be. While the risk here in York Region remains low, it is prudent for us to take some basic hygiene precautions  to ensure that we are doing our best to limit the spread of the virus. At yesterday’s Council Meeting, a series of Public Health Protocols were authorized for use by our volunteers, members and visitors. You can read or download a copy here

At this stage, we are taking a practical proactive approach, while remaining hopeful that the low risk of contracting the virus will make these efforts little more than a temporary inconvenience.
We continue to hold all those who are affected by the virus in our hearts and thereby our prayers.  Trusting that together we can empower one another to be LOVE in the world.
Today, our National Bishop Susan Johnson, together with all of our Synodical Bishops issued a pastoral letter concerning coronavirus (COVID-19) and communities of the ELCIC. here
Please continue to check this website for updates!

It’s ALL About Eve! – Lenten series: The Women Who Walk with Jesus