The Meeting House

New here?

High Park

WTCS High Park, 125 Evelyn Crescent

Lead Pastor
Rob Schellenberg Tel.: 416.316.3074
View Site Blog

Sunday Service Time
10:00 am – Music & Teaching 
                     (full program for Infants to Grade 8)

Site Facebook page button High Park Facebook Page


The Meeting House High Park is located inside the school at Kennedy Ave and Glenlake Ave. Underground parking is offered off Glenlake Ave with steps that exit right in front of the south entrance off of the south large field which leads to The Meeting House High Park.

Accessibility is also offered through the loading ramp entrance off Evelyn Crescent. The accessibility entrance is the same driveway that The Meeting House truck is parked in. It's easiest to park on the road near that entrance.

If you are unsure you are at the right school, just look for the many Meeting House signs that are there to guide you!

High Park Blog

  • Wed 21 Jun

    THE KINGDOM COME

    Purpose 

    (RE)UNION 6 OF 10 – Read chapter 9 of  (re)union

    The good news of the kingdom meets our fundamental human need for  purpose   and  meaning   in life. On Sunday I said that the gospel of Jesus helps us wake up every morning with a clear and compelling reason to live another day:

    Our purpose in this life is to experience and extend the kingdom of God.

    In this post I’d like to address two other human needs that are fulfilled through the good...

    Read more...

  • Mon 12 Jun

    SAVED FROM SIN

    chair

    (RE)UNION STUDY 5 of 10

    Why did Jesus cry out from the cross “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?” Did God turn away from Jesus during his crucifixion? Did the Father pour out his wrath on the Son in order to satisfy his own need for justice? Was that act of justice necessary for God to show us mercy?

    Christians have always agreed that Jesus “died for our sins” (1 Corinthians 15:3). In one of my favourite Bible passages, the apostle Paul says:

    He forgave...

    Read more...

  • Mon 05 Jun

    GOD'S GUTSY LOVE

    God is love

    (RE)UNION STUDY 4 OF 10

    God is love.
    ~ The Apostle John (1 John 4:8, 16)

    I believe these are the three most beautiful words strung together in the English language:  God is love .

    However, to say “God is love” only communicates accurately if we know what love is. Is love an emotion? A sentimental sensation? A philosophical value? The Greek word used for love in 1 John 4 is  agape  (the Hebrew near equivalent would be  hesed ), which means an...

    Read more...

  • Tue 30 May

    GOD WITH US

    Gott Mit Uns belt buckles


    (RE)UNION STUDY 3 of 10 – Read Chapter 6 of  (re)union

    During WWII, the Nazi soldiers had the phrase “Gott Mit Uns” (God With Us) inscribed on belt buckles and rings. I used to own one of these belt buckles as a sorrowful reminder of the many ways the idea of God has been hijacked to support the work of Satan.

    Throughout history and still today, nations, armies, and terrorists have declared that God, or the gods, are on their side, standing for...

    Read more...

  • Tue 30 May

    TAKING OFF THE TONGUE SCREWS

    Tongue screw

    (RE)UNION STUDY 2 OF 10

    Welcome back to our  (re)union  series!

    In my last post I explained how this blog is being hijacked for the next few weeks while we work through the content of my new book,  (re)union , via our current teaching series at The Meeting House. In this post I’ll share some follow up thoughts to the first Sunday message in the  (re)union  teaching series at The Meeting House and also list discussion questions for...

    Read more...

  • Tue 30 May

    (RE)UNION STUDY 1 OF 10

    Bruxy (Re)union

    (RE)UNION STUDY 1 OF 10

    This blog is being hijacked!

    As of this week, my new book,  (re)union: the good news of Jesus, for seekers, saints, and sinners , is available online and in stores everywhere. Also starting this weekend at The Meeting House, we’ll begin a teaching series using the book’s framework, designed to help us grow more confident and competent in sharing our faith with others. And, along with that, I’m going to dedicate this blog to the series,...

    Read more...

  • Tue 18 Apr

    rePurpose and beyond: Reduce, Reuse, Repair, Upcycle, Recycle, and Share



    Thrift stores are great: they employ folks that need work, people that can’t afford retail prices can purchase gently used items at a fraction of the cost, it reduces our carbon footprint whether we are the ones that are giving the items away or the ones that are purchasing them, and it is a fundraising avenue for organizations like Mennonite Central Committee.

    Each year we do rePurpose, I am always reminded that I’m not giving “old” items away just to...

    Read more...

  • Tue 04 Apr

    REFUGEE RIGHTS DAY – APRIL 4

    Refugee Rights Day

    REFUGEE RIGHTS DAY – APRIL 4

     

    April 4 th  marks Refugee Rights Day in Canada – it is the anniversary of the Supreme Court’s 1985 Singh Decision: “ In this decision the Supreme Court found that the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms protects the fundamental rights of refugees. The Court decided that ‘everyone’ includes refugee claimants in the sentence: ‘Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security...

    Read more...

  • Thu 02 Mar

    Peacemakers Campaign and Engaging Your Neighbours: Part 2




    Compassion initiatives are a great way to connect your neighbours and friends with what we are doing at our sites. Here’s an example from Becky Voll of how another one of our Home Churches is inviting their neighbours to participate in our Peacemakers Campaign. 

    I was inspired by the positive event and results of Yolanda and Raphael's initiative where they hosted a social drop off event at the Sharing Place in order to collect food hampers for the Food Bank.

     ...

    Read more...

  • Thu 23 Feb

    Peacemaker's Campaign and Engaging Your Neighbours

    Home Church Pancake Breakfast

    During the months of February and March our Home Churches are raising funds and creating relief kits towards our Peacemaker's Campaign  that support the peacebuilding work that Mennonite Central Committee is doing. Financial donations will support programs in Ontario and Sub-Saharan Africa, while this year's relief kits will be distributed in Syria, Jordan, or Lebanon to persons affected by the crisis in Syria. 

    Learn more...

    Read more...

View full blog

Staff Members