There are many ways to get plugged-in at Wellspring. Whether you're looking for a program to fill a personal need o‍‍‍r you're looking for a way to use your gifts and serve the community, there's something for everyone.

Street Connection
A number of Wellspring's community volunteer with Street Connection, a ministry which connects with Toronto's homeless through providing meals. If you're interested in joining one of the groups on a Monday night, talk to Heather or Helena.

ESL
ESL classes are held Saturday mornings at 9am. Talk to Ava for more details.

Craft Nook and Stitch & Chat
These programs run at various times throughout the year, on Tuesday mornings at 10am. Talk to Coreen for details.

Seniors Luncheons
4-6 times a year Wellspring hosts a special lunch for Seniors in our community. They are held on Wednesdays at noon. Contact the office to find out when the next lunch is.

Refugee Committee
Wellspring supports refugees and the committee is tasked with overseeing our refugee ministries. If you would like more information, contact the office.

Benevolent Ministry
Our benevolent ministry serves community members through providing for practical needs. If you need help, or know someone who needs help, contact our Ministry Coordinator.

Other Ministries‍‍‍

"How good and pleasant is it when God's people live together in unity!"

Psalm 133:1

Wellspring Junior Youth
Grade 6-8
Events usually happen on a monthly basis. Talk to our Pastoral Intern, Laura, for more details.

Early Years Program
0-3 Years
Parents and care-givers are welcome to join our Early Years program on Monday, Thursday, and Friday mornings at 9:30am and on Monday evenings at 5:30pm. Talk to Ava for more details.

Awana Clubs
All Ages
Wellspring is happy to host Awana clubs on Sunday evenings. For more information, go to our Awana web page.

Toronto City Mission Programs
Grades 1-12
Wellspring partners with the TCM Willowtree program, to provide space for them to run their drop in, tutoring, and Kids in Community programs throughout the school year and their day camp in the summer. If you are interested in volunteering with these programs talk to Jeff.

Child & Youth Ministries

Sunday Mornings & Teaching

Worship Team
We need singers, musicians, and AV help (sound, powerpoint). Teams meet at the church on Sunday mornings at 8:45am. If you would like to join our team, talk to Tim.

Greeters & Ushers
If you would like to join our welcoming team, talk to Helena. Greeters are asked to be at the church by 10am.

Small Groups
We have a number of small groups that meet across the city. If you are interested in joining a small group, talk to Pastor Bill.

Prayer Team
Join our team of community prayers, as they lead the congregation in lifting up our church finances and community needs during the Sunday service. Talk to Jenna.

Sunday School & Nursery
The nursery is available for kids 0-2 and Sunday School classes are for kids aged 3 to Grade 8. We are always looking for teachers. Talk to Dale for details.

Tellers
During the service we need help from to count the morning's offering. Talk to Rob for details.

Pre-Service Prayer
Join our prayer group as they lift up Wellspring and our community at 10am on Sunday mornings.

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Wellspring Worship Centre
89 Centre Ave,
Toronto ON, M2M 2L7

P 416.223.3496     ~     F 416.223.0537
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Treaty Acknowledgement

We [I] would like to begin by acknowledging that the land on which we gather is the traditional territory of the Haudenosaunee, the Métis, and most recently, the territory of the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation. The territory was the subject of the Dish With One Spoon Wampum Belt Covenant, an agreement between the Iroquois Confederacy and the Ojibwe and allied nations to peaceably share and care for the resources around the Great Lakes. This territory is also covered by the Upper Canada Treaties. Today, the meeting place of Toronto (from the Ha‍‍‍udenosaunee word Tkaronto) is still the home to many Indigenous people from across Turtle Island and we are grateful to have the opportunity to work/present in this territory.