Our space is located at 50 Quebec Street, right in the heart of our community.
Our city: Guelph
Guelph is located north of Hwy 401, one hour west of Toronto and near the tri-city area of Cambridge, Kitchener and Waterloo. The University of Guelph is Guelph’s largest employer and students comprise 17% of the city’s population. Guelph has a strong manufacturing and business base and is also a bedroom community for commuters working outside the city. The population of Guelph is approximately 126,000. Visit the City of Guelph web site for further information.
Our building: a part of history
Our building is located at 50 Quebec Street, Guelph, in the downtown core (just a few steps from the city center). The main bus depot is close. With God’s provision, we were able to purchase the beautiful old stone building in 2005. It was formerly Chalmers United Church built in 1873. The Main Worship Auditorium can seat almost 600, including the balcony. There are several rooms in the basement and the main floor that accommodate a variety of ministries. The building is wheel chair accessible and is used mornings, afternoons and evenings throughout the week. We welcome our church members and downtown friends to experience Christian family and a sense of belonging within it's walls.
On Sunday mornings, parking is available on Quebec St., in the parking lots of the Royal Bank, Bank of Montreal and in the Baker Street lot behind the Church at no charge. On weekdays we recommend you park behind the church or in the Baker Street lot. The City of Guelph has two hour free parking on weekdays on all downtown streets. Free parking on weekdays after 6pm and Sundays all day in the Baker Street parking lot.