We gather every Sunday at 11 am. Our goal is to share the Good News of Jesus Christ, to walk in his way, and live with love and mercy. We welcome all people. We understand that everyone is on a unique spiritual path, and that our common humanity binds us one to another.
Central this Week
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- Central United Church
- 1 King Street
- Weston, ON M9N 1K8
- Email: email@example.com
- Tel: (416)241-7544
We are located in the heart of Weston. Once the largest town in what became Metropolitan Toronto, Weston was overtaken by sprawl in the 1950's. We are a mix of urban, suburban and small town. We have been on the same street corner since 1821. See a map: 
Space for Rent
There are several spaces within the church suitable for occasional or ongoing use. Call the office (416-241-7544) to inquire.
We are Known for Our Outreach
We are host and founding partner in two United Church Incorporated Ministries, organizations set up to further the mission of Central and make a positive impact on the community that surrounds the church. Both express our desire to follow the compassionate way of Jesus Christ.
Central King Senior's Residence is attached to the church, located at 15 King Street. The majority of units are rent-geared-to-income (RGI). They can be reached at 416-614-0667.
Weston King Neighbourhood Centre is located in the ground-level suite in the church, with the address 2017 Weston Road. It provides a community space for poor, disadvantaged and socially-isolated members of the Weston community, and is open six days a week. Come for a warm meal, informal counseling, or harm reduction services.
Mount Dennis Neighbourhood Centre, a satellite of WKNC, is located at 1269 Weston Road. MDNC includes a learning kitchen, community garden and various other services. Visit http://wknc.ca for more information or call 416-241-9898.
Barbara Bisgrove publishes a monthly newsletter, written for WKNC participants and friends. Read an issue:
Michael Kooiman is our minister, serving here since 2008. He shares Central's passion for worship and work in the community. His sermon archive can be found at http://sermonboy.com
Send Michael an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our location on the historic Carrying Place Trail (Weston Road) reminds us that we meet on the traditional territory of the Huron-Wendat, Petun, Seneca and, most recently, the Mississaugas of the New Credit. We hope this ancient path will be a symbol of our desire to walk with First Nations people in a spirit of reconciliation and respect.