About

Our Mission: Beholding, Becoming, Blessing

Grace Fellowship Church is committed to continually beholding the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ so that we may become his image bearers, bringing his blessing to all of his creation. 

Read an explanation of our vision here.

Our Origins: Planted from the West

Grace Fellowship Church Don Mills officially began meeting in January 2011. Pastor Julian Freeman was commissioned by Grace Fellowship Church Rexdale to lead a church planting initiative on the east side of the city, and the church quickly settled in Don Mills.

Through the first few months the small church (around 20 people) met in a home. It wasn't long, however, before more space was needed and our weekly meetings moved to Greenland Public School. 

By the Lord's good grace, the church quickly grew to a self-sustaining point. By the end of 2011 the church had doubled in membership and hired Paul McDonald on staff as well. He was officially ordained, giving the church a plurality of elders and full autonomy from GFC Rexdale, in September 2012.

In July 2014, we moved our Sunday services to Senator O'Connor College School at 60 Rowena Drive. With more room, our community continues to grow.

Want to Know More?

Use the links on the left to read more about our leaders, what our church believes, where and when we meet, and more! 

If you're interesting in joining with us long-term, feel free to use the e-mail sign-up form as well so that we can stay in touch.