Rev. Duncan Jeffrey
Welcome! Richmond Hill Presbyterian Church is a multicultural family of God (people from 30 countries at last count!). Wherever YOU come from we think you will feel at home at RHPC. You will find all age groups represented: seniors, baby boomers, Gen X, echo boomers, and our children, of course. No matter what age you are, you won’t feel alone. We invite you to worship with us any Sunday at 10:30 a.m. Closest intersection is Major Mackenzie Drive and Yonge Street. The driveway to our parking lot is on Yonge, first driveway on your left, north of Major Mackenzie.
At RHPC, we take the Bible seriously, not literally and always try to build a bridge between the world that Jesus knew 2000 years ago, and the world that is taking shape here in the GTA in the 21st century. We read God’s Word (the Bible) to help us understand God’s will for our lives and our world. Other learning opportunities are provided to help you (and your family) grow together in Christ.
We are also serious about helping our community, country, and world. Many people work very hard to raise money to support those who are making a difference in the lives of hurting and needy people, wherever they are.
The word “Presbyterian” means “ruled by elders” (not necessarily old people). Our church is run on democratic principles, which means that our members have a real say on important issues like choosing our ministers and electing our elders.
Feel free to call or email me to ask any questions you have about us and our church. We would welcome the opportunity to talk to you and welcome you into our family.
May the Peace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you and with all those you love around the world.