Everything Fall 2019

Welcome to our "Everything" page. Below you can find out all that is happening in the next few months in our community. 

Fall is a full season, with lots of opportunities to connect deeper with God and our church community, especially if your newer to the church.

If there are any unanswered questions by the end of this, feel free to email Pastor Jill (, Pastor Kevin ( or the Elders ( and they will make sure to answer your questions!

Sunday Services

Our Sunday gatherings are in the afternoon.
2:30 for coffee/tea, 3pm for the service.
Our building is 130 Victoria Ave N, Hamilton Ontario.

There are bike lock stations as well as street parking on Victoria, and all side streets.
Please be respectful to neighbours as you park.

September 22 | Same Page Sunday
September 29 | Doing/Being Sermon Series

October 6 | Doing/Being Sermon Series & Potluck (First Sunday of the month)
October 13, 20, 27 | Sermon Series on Book of Acts

November 3 | Acts Continues & Potluck (First Sunday of the month)
November 10, 17, 24
| Book of Acts Continued

Miss a Sunday and want to hear the sermon?
Subscribe to our podcast using your favourite app, or click here to listen online.

Fall 2019 Information

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Photo by Brandon Canning

Photo by Brandon Canning

Table Communities

On Same Page Sunday we introduced the direction we want to head in as a congregation over the next five years. This is a slow, long process, which will only move at the speed of relationships and the speed of the Holy Spirit. That said, we want to make sure we are aiming in the right direction as we grow and mature.

To learn more about what Table Communities are, why we think they will be so important, and what it means for this coming year, listen to Kevin’s sermon from Same Page Sunday.

To listen to the sermon, subscribe to “Eucharist Church” through your podcast app, or click here.

You can also read a written summary about Table Communities by clicking here.

To learn more about forming a Table Community, or to enter a group which will help you discern where God might be calling you to engage, check out our “Fall 2019” table at the back of the sanctuary.

Image by Justin Aitcheson

Image by Justin Aitcheson


Last Spring we taught on what it means to be a part of the church in an intentional and participatory way (you can find the podcasts by subscribing to “Eucharist Church” on your podcast app, or by clicking here).

Please listen especially to the sermons titled “Posture of a Partner” if you want to know more about participating in Eucharist.

This fall we would like to ask those in our community to articulate their level of involvement in our church, so that we can better clarify our expectations of one another, and know how best to communicate with those who want to partner in a more intentional way.

For more details on what partnership looks like in our community, why we think it’s important, and what it practically looks like, please read our short article “Partnering in a Church Community” by clicking here.

We will have Partnership forms at every service until mid-October. They are on the “Fall 2019” table at the back of the sanctuary.

New to Eucharist? Start with Eucharist 101:


This four week class is an introduction to Eucharist Church. It walks through our history, our values, what we believe and how we believe it. It’s the best first step for anyone who wants to connect with our church, and a great way to meet new people and cultivate community.

The class will run for four weeks, on Wednesday evenings, from 7:30-9:30pm. It’s hosted by Kevin and Jill, and will include a chance to meet a number of Eucharites, but new and old.

If you have any questions, email Kevin at


Wednesday Evenings, 7:30-9:30pm
October 16, 23, 30 and November 6
At our building, 130 Victoria Ave N

Weekly Opportunities


Co-Working Thursdays

Thursday 10-4pm the building will be open for anyone who wants to come by and work on their own stuff, pray or read in the sanctuary, or work on a building project.

The side doors (on Evans Street) will be unlocked. Come hang out in the building.

Thursday Noon Prayer

Every Thursday at noon we are now praying at the building (130 Victoria Ave N)

We'd love to have you join us, and feel free to bring some work and stick around afterwards. The building will be open.

Fellowship Groups


LGTBQ+ Fellowship Group

This is a group for anyone in the Eucharist community who personally navigates the intersection between faith, sexual orientation and/or gender (non-binary, gnc, trans, agender, fluid etc.) It is a safe, confidential, and supportive space to honour all of these identities and hold them together in open hands without expectation or judgement. It’s an inclusive space to connect, recharge and continue growing in faith together. Note: While allies are loved, appreciated and greatly needed, the regular meetings for this group are for those who personally identify as LGBTQ+. 

Plan for the remainder of 2019 is as follows:
October 20th - 10am Hike in Dundas
November 1st - Thanksgiving Potluck
November 28th - Itinerary TBD
December 28th - Post-Christmas PJ Gathering: Movies, Games and Pizza

For details please click here email our co-ordinator Natalie.

Parents, Kids & Caretakers Fellowship Group

This weekly gathering is for anyone in the Eucharist community who is home with children on Wednesday mornings, and would like to connect with other parents and caretakers.

Bring the kids and spend time drinking coffee, talking about the unique joys and challenges of caring for children, and let the kids have some fun together.

The location for this group rotates and change weekly, but the details are always posted in our Facebook Group by Wednesday morning.

You can request access to that group by clicking here.

If you don’t have a Facebook account, but would like to access it using our guest account, click here for the details.

Artists in Residence Summary

This summer we got to host Megan Little, Meredith Park, and Bethany Kenyon as our 2019 Artists in Residence. Below is a short doc of their time, made by the very talented John Butler.