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Fall Connections New Logo Unveiled Annual Refresher Training Echo Lake Camp
Fall Connections Ladies, join us for “Connections” on Tuesday, Oct. 24th at 6:30 p.m.  Hear from guest speaker, Sabrina Jordan on how The Best is Yet To Come.  A light supper will be served & a freewill offering will be collected for this ministry.  Please RSVP to office@kingsviewfm.com.
New Logo Unveiled On Sunday, Sept. 10th we revealed the new Kingsview FMC logo!  The first 100 people to arrive on Sunday, Sept. 17th will receive a free swag item featuring the new logo.
Annual Refresher Training For any Kingsview volunteers (including Board members) working directly or indirectly with children and/or youth, the annual Plan to Protect refresher training session will be held immediately following the service on Sept. 17.
Echo Lake Camp Kingsview youth and volunteers are enjoying a week at beautiful Echo Lake Camp from Aug. 21-27.  Blessings to those that supported our “Send a Kid to Camp” scholarships. (Photo credit: Corey Zerf)

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Welcome to Kingsview Church

We are a multi-cultural and multi-generational congregation located at 15 Kingsview Blvd. just west off of Islington Ave, one block north of Dixon Rd.

Our weekly Worship Celebration is at 10:30  a.m. on Sundays; we have fully staffed children & youth programs, and lots of parking. We would love to have you join us!

Our Message

images Kingsview Free Methodist Church willingly accepts Christ’s commission to preach the Gospel to all people. The message we bring invites you, your family, your neighbours and the rest of humanity to accept God’s offer of forgiveness and reconciliation through faith in Jesus Christ. Read more: Our Message

A Mosaic of the Kingdom

mosaic Jesus is our Reconciling Lord. What does that mean for our church and for our community? How does our church live out that statement in our culture, in our city, in our times? In essence, it means that we… Read more: A Mosaic of the Kingdom

The Mission

images Kingsview Free Methodist Church believes God is calling us to be “An Inwardly Healthy Church with an Outward Focus.” So we intend to be a Missional Church: our purpose is not just to grow the church but to transform our community. Read more: The Mission

 
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We talk a lot about fasting during Lent. We may ask each other, “What are you giving up for Lent?” Or, “Are you fasting today?” Fasting is an important and under-developed spiritual discipline. I often hear that people are intimidated with the thought of fasting for 40 consecutive days. And of course, it’s not easy! [...]

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“The time promised by God has come at last!” he announced. “The Kingdom of God is near! Repent of your sins and believe the Good News!” Mark 1:15 (NLT) This verse sums up both the Gospel of Mark and the idea behind the season of Lent. The word Gospel is our English word for “good [...]

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Thanks to all that attended and all that prayed from home using the prayer guide. Let’s continue to learn and practice praying together! Prayers in Urdu were offered up for the Sohail family for Pakistan as they attended their UNHCR interview Candles burning as a symbol of God’s guidance: “Your word is a lamp to [...]

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Youth and Community Matters

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The Youth Group is planning to attend the Today’s Teens Conference on February 25th. Please contact Pastor John-Mark or any of the youth leaders if you plan to attend. For more information visit: www.todaysteens.ca

 

The Pins & Needles Crafty Club meets every Thursday @ 6:30 p.m. in the Broadview Education Centre (15 Kingsview Blvd., Toront0) until the end of March.  We’re about: knitting, sewing, needlework, crafts and more. There is no fee to join the group.  Participants must bring their own supplies. All participant will need to complete a [...]

 

Vision United Summer Camp located at Kipling Collegiate became home to over 80 campers and 20 energetic, creative and dedicated staff. Running from July 4th—August 12, the days were filled with countless fun and exciting activities ranging from simple table games to intense soccer baseball tournaments. Campers grew their creative and artistic skills through various arts & crafts projects, which led [...]

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