151 Glenlake Avenue
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We are located on the south side of Glenlake, east of Keele and one block north of Bloor. Parking is available on the streets surrounding the church. You can reach the main entrance of the church by car to drop off passengers via a laneway from Keele, between houses #83 and 85.
From Keele subway station on the Bloor-Danforth line, exit onto Keele Street and walk one block north the Glenlake. Turn right and you’ll see our covered gate (called a lychgate) ahead on the right. Enter through the lychgate and come down the steps to the garden and main entrance to the church.
You can also take the 41 Keele or 89 Weston bus and get off at Glenlake Avenue.
There is a bike rack located on the south side of the church. Please don’t lock your bike to the railing in the laneway, as it could easily be hit by a reversing car.
Are you using a cane, walker or wheelchair, or pushing a baby stroller? The main entrance of the church is at ground level. Once inside, an elevator is available to take you up to the nave (where we worship) or down to the parish hall and accessible washrooms.
Access to the Church During Harsh Winter Conditions
As the stairs leading down from Indian Grove tend to become snow-packed, icy and difficult to clean during adverse winter conditions, we are limiting the use of these stairs just prior to and during any snowstorms. Signs will be posted at the bottom and top of the stairs and chains will be installed to prevent their use during these harsh conditions. Once the stairs can be cleared of snow and ice, the signs and chains will be removed and the stairs can again be used. Please use the lychgate stairs on Glenlake Avenue during this time.
Please also note that the laneway on the southwest side of the building which provides access to our parking area is not cleared of snow by the City. Please consider alternate arrangements during harsh winter conditions as vehicles which become stuck in the laneway limit access for emergency responders as well as posing a hazard to those trying to assist in their removal.