FIRST VISIT

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    Parking is accessible from Birchmount Rd.  Visitors are invited to use the posted spots for visitors located at the front 4 spaces of the parking lot.  Handicap parking is available just to the north of the visitor parking and is next to the wheel chair ramp.

     

    Our church is handicap accesible through either the front door or the rear door parking lot.  If you need further assistance we are pleased to be able to assist at your request.

     

    Upon entering the Church from Birchmount road  or the parking lot you will be welcomed  by friendly greeters who will welcome you to our Church and assist you with any needs you may have.  The greeters will also direct you to either the information center or the sanctuary.

     

    Once you reach the sanctuary you will be again greeted by our Ushers who will give you a copy of our church bulletin known as "Agincourt Action" and show you to a seat.  Expect to be welcomed by our friendly family of believers.

     

    Our Senior Brass band provides a musical focus 15 minutes prior to the commencement of the worship service. Our worship service is a blend of traditional Salvation Army worship and contemporary worship. 

     

    Children's Services

     

    We believe that Children should be brought into the main family worship service.  We offer for infants a nursery service.  If you require this service please ask an usher who can direct you to the nursery area.

     

    We also believe that Children require the message of Jesus and his love in a program that is designed for them.  We call it "Sunday's Cool", and this takes place part way through our service.  Please ask the ushers for directions to Sunday's Cool and listen for the Children's time part of the service as a queue to the start of Sunday's Cool.

     

    Church Fellowship Cafe

     

    Please enjoy our Cafe at the end of the Family worship service.  Here you will have another time to meet with the Church family over coffee and tea and occasionaly a "sweet treat".