16 Baby Point Road Toronto ON M6S 2E9
416-767-6122
Sunday Services 10:20 am
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HumbercrestUC Sermon from 17 June. Remember, tough times are what God does best. https://t.co/sfRMgIVUIA
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HumbercrestUC The Kingdom of God – Mark 4:26-34 https://t.co/PVMhNqmpTz https://t.co/9oPy2nI32H
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HumbercrestUC Wonderful strawberry social after worship today! Thanks to Congregational Care for all your hard work. https://t.co/xnE0vJf3wj
HumbercrestUC RT @CheriDiNovo: Congratulations!!! NDP’s Bhutila Karpoche wins Parkdale-High Park, becoming first Tibetan ever elected to public office in…
HumbercrestUC Wonderful to have the brass ensemble from the @nytband join us in worship this morning! https://t.co/clR75deczr
HumbercrestUC Looking so forward to having you join us! Great photo! https://t.co/3MF5fLye7F
HumbercrestUC Today I received photos from Willa’s baptism! What a happy day that was! https://t.co/IR59wjqaDV
HumbercrestUC Today we welcomed home Rev. Mercedes Hughes after her ordination last weekend. We are so proud of you and excited f… https://t.co/4kVMApVIpK
HumbercrestUC Our church is an advanced polling station, and will be a polling station on Election Day. Be sure to exercise your… https://t.co/aB5lBnc1nE
HumbercrestUC 7 Things the Transgender People in Your Congregation Wish You Knew https://t.co/cFV3VzyfMb via @sojourners

Our History

In 1912 this congregation began as the Jane Street Methodist Church, located in a portable at Jane Street and Raymond Avenue, where the gas station is today.

The next step, in 1914, was to build a basement church on Baby Point Road at Thornhill Avenue. Here, the congregation was known as Baby Point Methodist Church.

 Ten years later, in 1924, the building on that site had grown from a basement to its present height and became known as  Humbercrest Methodist Church. When Church Union occurred in 1925, the name changed again, becoming Humbercrest United Church.

 

Eventually, a fast growing congregation required more worship space and greater Sunday School facilities and so, the Sanctuary wing was built on the west side and dedicated in 1951. At this time an excellent Casavant organ was added, thus continuing Humbercrest's tradition of superb music.