Toronto Chinese Alliance Church

Pursuing Intimacy with God.
Growing in Fellowship.
Serving Others.

This Sunday at TCAC:


The 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation Series:

Christ Alone (Sola Christus) & Spiritual Leadership
Romans 5:6-17; 1 Peter 5:1-5
Rev. Stephen Ford


Upcoming Sundays:


The 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation Series:

October 31, 2017 marks the 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation - when Luther nailed 95 Theses onto the door of the Castle church at Wittenberg. With the sound of the hammer hitting that nail, there began a revolution which changed the world and the church. The revolution was one of rediscovering the heart of the gospel and a returning to God in and through Christ, to His imputed righteousness, His grace, His Word and His calling to us to live every day for him in whatever we do and wherever we are from all kinds of false teachings and corruptions. What this series is hoping to convey in each sermon is to first restate each foundational “sola” in its biblical sense, while also wrestling with some of the contemporary issues we are struggling with in the present day. We hope this series is an enriching one for you where we remember the past, contemplate what it means for us today, in order to live for Christ each day of our lives.

October 29:
Grace Alone (Sola Gratia)
& Sanctification

Romans 5:20-6:18; 1 Peter 1:3-7

November 5:
Scripture Alone (Sola Scriptura)
& The Spirit's Guidance

Romans 10:4-17; 8:13-15

November 12:
Universal Priesthood
& Vocation

Romans 13:8-10; 15:2; 1 Peter 2:4-9

Sunday Service Times

9:30am - Morning Service (English)

11:00am - Midday Service (Cantonese)

2:00pm - Afternoon Service (Mandarin)

Sunday Service FAQs

When should I arrive?
It is a good idea to arrive 10-15 minutes early for each of our services. This will allow you the time to find a seat and prepare yourself for worshipping together as a community.

Where do I park?
Our parking lot is quite small and dedicated to seniors and those with infant children. As a result street parking is available to use during our service times with the proper tag. Upon entrance please see an usher and they will give you one. In the event you do get a parking ticket, please hand it to an usher with your name and they will hand it to the appropriate Pastoral Staff member. Please remember to be kind to our neighbours because this is where they park throughout the week.

What should I wear?
We do not want dress to be an issue in whether you come or not, so please come in whatever you are comfortable, but as rule of thumb, casual dress is great.