There is lots happening in the life of Eucharist in the next few months. March 1 we officially take possession of our new building, and begin the (long) process of restoring it to life. We are currently aiming for a move-in date of Easter Sunday: April 1! This is not a joke (Get it? April 1?) - See below for all the details.

We're also in a short sermon series called Not About the Building: Sermons on Community + God. It's a way for us to fix are attention on one another, and on the Divine, as we prepare for the next season.

If there are any unanswered questions by the end of this, feel free to email Pastor Jill (jill@eucharistchurch.ca), Pastor Kevin (kevin@eucharistchurch.ca) or the Elders (elders@eucharistchurch.ca) and they will make sure to answer your questions!


Every Sunday gathering starts with coffee + tea at 3pm, with the service beginning at 3:30pm

January 14 - Kevin preaching on "Not About the Building" (NATB)
January 21 - Steve preaching on NATB
January 28 - Jill preaching on NATB
February 4 - Kevin preaching on NATB
February 11 - TrueCity Sunday - Guest Preacher TBA

Wed February 14 - Ash Wednesday service at MacNab (116 MacNab St S), 7pm

February 18 - Lent Begins


Have you joined a small group yet? It's not too late, in fact, January is a great time to jump in. You can get an info card with all the group locations and contacts any Sunday, or check out the map of locations by clicking here.




One of our Eucharist values is "creativity" - which means we believe that there are always creative responses to the challenges we face. This new building presents all sorts of new challenges for us, but also opportunities for us to create!

This meeting is for any creative person in Eucharist. It's a chance for us to walk through the space, and dream about what could be. We can paint murals, we can hang lights, the only limit is our imagination! Let's dream, and see what God might surface.

Saturday, February 10, 10am
Romanian Baptist Church

130 Victoria Ave N
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With everything moving so quickly, we could use some time to sit together, talk about the building, and pray. These evenings are a time for us to do that.

Monday Nights, 7pm
February 5, 19, and March 5, 19

Romanian Baptist Church
130 Victoria Ave N
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Our church is a part of a local network called "TrueCity Hamilton" - a network for churches, working together for the good of the city. Every year we have a conference around a different theme, and this years conference is perhaps the most important yet. Hamilton is changing rapidly, how should we, as Jesus-followers, respond?

Featuring our own Brian Henley telling stories of Hamilton's past, art by our girl Meredith Park, and design work by the legend herself: Maeghan Carty! 

Click here to buy tickets!