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  • Bible Studies - YPBC
    Deborah Ban Dancing Life Group When starting Monday February 22 at 7 30pm Location Gymn Instructor Shara Benavidez Let them praise God s name with dancing Psalm 149 3a A new Liturgical Dance group will begin on Monday February 22nd 7 30 8 30pm for 8 sessions in YPBC Gym Facilitated by Shara Benavidez each weekly session will focus on four pillars of our faith experience Scripture Meditation Dancing and Prayer Anyone is invited All will be included Parents Care and Share When 2nd and 4th Thursdays 10 00am to 11 30am Location Room 508 Instructor Liticia Reyes Berean Class When Sunday Mornings 9 45 a m Location Red Board Room Instructor Peter Ferguson A Study of the First letter to the Corinthians Click here to view and or download past Commentaries Parenting Life Group When Sundays 10 0am to 10 45am Location Youth Zone Room 508 Instructor Rev Deborah Ban Building a helathy foundation for a loving family environment Do you seek connection and support with other parents Desire to grow in Biblical understanding Celebrate the blessings of being family Childcare provided The Letters of Paul Bible Study When Sunday Mornings 10 00 a m Location Adminstrative Board Room Room 502 Instructor Paula Willis Full Life Group When Sundays 12 30pm to 2 00pm Location Youth Zone Room 508 Instructor Full Life Group Want more after Sunday service Bring your lunch and walk the spiritual journey with us Weekly meeting with a focus on discipleship and spiritual formation through fellowship study fun mutual encouragement prayer Morning Brew A Men s Bible Study When Mondays 7 00am Location Friendship Room Instructor Stuart Campbell A Study of Christian Basics Women s Prayer and Bible Study When Tuesdays 10 00 am until 11 30am Location Friendship Room Instructor Carol Belford Studying Ezekiel

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  • YPBC Refugee Sponsorship 2016
    Rental PHOTOS YP GALLERY LET US PRAY PETER S BLOG NEWS EVENTS ONLINE DONATIONS Discover About YPBC A Brief History 2012 Long Range Plan Church Covenant and Constitution Our Ministries Ministry Team Staff Directory Boards of the Church Contact Us Make a Donation We thank you for your generous offering to God s Ministry at Yorkminster Park Share YPBC Refugee Sponsorship 2016 Yorkminster Park has a long history of sponsoring refugee families and at their meeting on February 18 2015 the Board of Mission approved a motion to sponsor a new refugee family and to make refugee sponsorship an ongoing program of the Church Refugees throughout the world live in terrible circumstances and our objective is to bring families to a safe and secure place and to give them every possible support as they strive to make a living here and to become part of Canadian society Sponsorship entails a one year commitment of funding and support for a family once they have arrived and we ask for your prayerful support of this Ministry Donations may be made using envelopes marked Refugee Fund and once our sponsored family arrives we will need many volunteers to help with housing clothing schooling

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  • Parish Nurse Position Available
    the Church Contact Us Make a Donation We thank you for your generous offering to God s Ministry at Yorkminster Park Share Parish Nurse Position Available Yorkminster Park Baptist Church is recruiting a Parish Nurse to continue this important ministry that has been active since 2004 Our vision statement and purpose affirms that we are committed to being a people who love and glorify God as we grow together in Christ and love our neighbours as we love one another and share the gospel of Jesus Christ with our world Parish Nursing has been identified as an important ministry that supports and enables us to meet our goals As a member of the ministerial team the Parish Nurse works closely with other team members to promote the health of the community of faith Responsibilities include assessment planning implementation and evaluation of a faith based nursing practice focused on health promotion and the integration of faith and health Specific responsibilities include health educator health counsellor referral agent and health advocate As a member of the Canadian Baptists of Ontario and Quebec Yorkminster Park Baptist Church is a large urban church serving a diverse community We are seeking a Registered Nurse with

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  • Our Affiliations - YPBC
    Our Stained Glass GIVE Make a Donation Stewardship Mission Volunteering RECEIVE Pastoral Care Church Life and Sacraments Facility Rental PHOTOS YP GALLERY LET US PRAY PETER S BLOG NEWS EVENTS ONLINE DONATIONS Discover About YPBC Our Affiliations Our Heritage Churches on the Hill A Brief History 2012 Long Range Plan Church Covenant and Constitution Our Ministries Ministry Team Staff Directory Boards of the Church Contact Us Make a Donation We thank you for your generous offering to God s Ministry at Yorkminster Park Share About YPBC Our Affiliations The Baptist Family Toronto Baptist Ministries Canadian Baptists of Ontario and Quebec Canadian Baptist Women of Ontario and Quebec Canadian Baptist Ministries Baptist World Alliance Read On Bookstore Baptist Camps Ontario Camp Kwasind Camp Hermosa Camp Oneida Educational Partners McMaster Divinity College Acadia Divinity College Tyndale University and Seminary Arab Baptist Theological Seminary Ecumenical Partnerships Canadian Council of Churches The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada The Canadian Council of Christian Charities The Churches on the Hill Mission Partners Toronto Matthew House Oasis Dufferin Community Centre South Asian Welcome Centre Neil Hetherington Habitat for Humanity Toronto Alana Walker Intriciti Rev Karen Robinson Youth Unlimited Yonge St Mission Scott Mission House of Compassion Churches on

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  • Our Heritage - YPBC
    Affiliations Our Heritage Churches on the Hill A Brief History 2012 Long Range Plan Church Covenant and Constitution Our Ministries Ministry Team Staff Directory Boards of the Church Contact Us Make a Donation We thank you for your generous offering to God s Ministry at Yorkminster Park Share Our Heritage The Baptist Denomination Those sections of the Christian Church which broke away from Rome at the time of the Reformation adopted various forms of polity such as Episcopal Presbyterian and Congregational types Baptists emerged as a distinct body in the 17th century representing that phase of the Protestant Reformation that developed the principles of evangelicalism and spiritual democracy as far as it as possible to carry them The new knowledge of the Bible accompanying the Reformation showed that the New Testament furnished very strong support for the Baptist position In addition to the two principles already mentioned the Baptists tried to copy the practice of the New Testament churches This led ultimately to adoption of two ordinances Believer s Baptism as a profession of faith and the observance of The Lord s Supper as a memorial of Christ s death and a symbol of our union with Him Today there are self governing Baptist churches in almost every country in the world with a total membership of about 31 million Since these people are communicant members and do not include Adherents it is perhaps correct to say that the Baptist churches constitute the largest body of the Protestant churches in the world As might be expected Baptists have the strongest influence in those countries that have been the most receptive to democratic ideals and in the United States alone they number more than 27 million Baptist churches place a strong emphasis on the right of each congregation to be self

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  • Churches-on-the-Hill - YPBC
    the Timothy Eaton Memorial Church See links to neighbourhood churches below View larger map The nine congregations in the Churches on the Hill fellowship are Calvin Presbyterian Church Christ Church Deer Park Anglican Deer Park United Church Grace Church on the hill Anglican Holy Rosary Roman Catholic Church Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church St John Evangelical Latvian Lutheran Church no website Timothy Eaton Memorial United Church Yorkminster Park Baptist Church Google Map of COTH locations here COTH on Wikipedia here Churches on the Hill Food Bank is an emergency food program run by volunteers and operated under the auspices of the Daily Bread Food Bank The program supplies food to individuals and families who have housing but whose income is not enough to make ends meet There continues to be a constant need for canned goods such as soup canned fruit tins of meat beans pasta sauce canned pasta etc There is also a need for egg cartons and plastic bags Volunteer Assist with applications stock shelves and distribute food For information on volunteer opportunities call Timothy Eaton Memorial Church at 416 925 8494 Thank you also to those who are leaving non perishable food items it helps to keep the shelves stocked The Churches on the Hill Food Bank depends on your continued support and has an ongoing need for non perishable food items These may be left in the North Hall in the box marked food bank Past Churches on the Hill Activities The Eve of Ascension a Celebration in Word and Song Wednesday May 12 2010 Churches on the Hill presented an evening of hymns anthems and prayers with the laity clergy and combined choirs of the 9 churches Held at Yorkminster Park Baptist Church 1585 Yonge St website Preacher The Rev William G Ingram

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  • W.A. Cameron - Our History - YPBC
    Make a Donation We thank you for your generous offering to God s Ministry at Yorkminster Park Share A Brief History 1829 to present W A Cameron In 1908 W A Cameron 1882 1956 became the senior minister of the congregation Under his leadership the Church expanded rapidly and by the 1920s was too large for the Bloor Street building From 1920 to 1928 the evening services were held in the Uptown Theatre at Yonge and Bloor Streets where up to 3000 people were known to attend Cameron was a dynamic speaker and was well known in Toronto as a radio broadcaster and newspaper columnist in the Toronto Telegram The decision to move from Bloor Street to the northern suburbs of St Clair and Yonge was a momentous one The growing congregation needed space that was no longer available on Bloor and the street was loosing its residential character as the city moved northwards St Clair was rapidly developing as a residential area and the open land on which the church was constructed was still relatively affordable The building was designed in 1927 and under construction that year On 25 March 1928 this Sanctuary was formally opened and dedicated as Yorkminster Baptist Church Yorkminster because it suggested a link with the old Yorkville days and appealed to W A Cameron who loved the Cathedral of York England and wished to honour its history a stone from the Minster is build into the interior wall of the belfry The new Church was designed in the Gothic revival style by the architectural firm of George Moorehouse and King Toronto and is built of Owen Sound limestone walls supporting a steel trussed roof structure This concession to modern building techniques explains the remarkable width of the nave The stone winder tracery is carved

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  • Yorkminster Park - Our History - YPBC
    1922 and a new church was constructed on the corner of Park Road and Asquith Avenue in 1927 The architects for that Church were J Francis Brown and Son of Toronto The Church was well known in the Bloor and Yonge area especially for its excellent music program Unfortunately a fire in March 1961 destroyed a large part of the Church House and left the sanctuary with minor structural damage As the neighbourhood was rapidly changing with the arrival of office buildings due consideration was given to repairing the damaged structure and selling the property or uniting with the Yorkminster congregation The decision to unite with Yorkminster was made and the first business meeting of the combined congregations took place in October 1961 The congregation was renamed Yorkminster Park Baptist Church The park surrounding the church has nothing to do with its name Following this union the senior ministers of both churches resigned and a John Gladstone was called to lead the new congregation The architecture of the interior remains largely unchanged since its construction In 1967 the church interior was refurbished to celebrate Canada s 100th birthday The Communion table and clergy chairs have been added the carpet and lighting renewed and the cross above the Baptistry given special lighting The Centennial Chapel designed by Brown Brisley and Brown Architects of Toronto was opened in the south transept in 1967 The Casavant Freres organ was donated to the church in 1928 by Mr and Mrs Albert Matthews and remains one of the finest church and recital instruments in Canada The instrument was rebuilt and tonally improved in 1965 to include 73 stops and 5306 pipes Further additions were made in 1971 and a new console installed in 1975 The organ now consists of 90 stops and 5731 pipes The

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