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Beyond the Walls is an online worship service offering live ministry from locations around the world. Our global congregation meets every Sunday at 12:00 pm Eastern / 11:00 am Central / 10:00 am Mountain / 9:00 am Pacific Time. We also gather for Late Edition at 6:00 pm Eastern / 5:00 pm Central / 4:00 pm Mountain / 3:00 pm Pacific Time. This second Sunday service allows us to experience the ministry offered live earlier in the day in a more casual and relaxed atmosphere. Come ready to share your ideas, request prayers, pray for others, share favorite recipes, laugh, and build community!

The Beyond the Walls community brings people together from around the world and is facilitated by Community of Christ in Canada and the Toronto congregation. We are a non-dogmatic church open to interfaith and skeptical perspectives. We welcome and affirm all gender identities and expressions.

On the first Sunday of the month, we celebrate the Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper (Communion). All are welcome to participate regardless of religious affiliation. We ask that you mindfully prepare emblems of bread and wine in your location so that when the blessings are given in the livestream, you can share in this symbolic, sacred meal with our global congregation. If you are watching the services recorded, we ask that you wait until you can join us live to share in the sacrament.

On the third Sunday of the month, you can participate via live video as usual or join us in person at Centre Place: 320 Richmond Street East, Suite 101, Toronto, ON M5A 1P9.




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In our Easter service, Pastor John Hamer described how the life and death of the historical Jesus, followed by visions of the risen Christ led early Christians to write sacred stories in the form of the gospels. The gospels are not eyewitness accounts, nor are they histories — rather they are religious texts that speak of the Jesus Christ of scripture. The scriptures, in turn, inspired and informed Christian theology and our understanding of God through the conception or lens of the Trinity.

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