Get Involved

Sunday Mornings:

Our worship service is held Sunday mornings at 9:30 in the Parkview Auditorium. Located at: 12184 Ninth Line, Stouffville, ON

In addition we hold a church retreat every year and send representatives to Mennonite conferences, both domestically and internationally.

We would love to meet you soon!

In the Community:

A few programs which Community Mennonite supports through funding and volunteer service include:

Theatre of the Beat

Theatre of the Beat is a travelling theatre troupe that seeks to "Stage Change" in creative and entertaining ways. Since its founding in 2011, this grass-roots theatre company has tried their darnedest to create thought-provoking theatre to educate, challenge and inspire a diversity of communities on socially relevant topics. The troupe has since performed their original productions close to two hundred times in theatres, festivals, churches, universities, high-schools, and even prisons across Canada and the United States, receiving critical acclaim for their unique brand of socially conscious theatre

SmallTall Ministries

Bryan Moyer Suderman is an itinerant singer/songwriter and Bible teacher who has spent the past 25 years finding creative ways to engage all ages in the scriptural story of God's love.

Bryan's work with SmallTall Ministries takes him across Canada and around the world, engaging all ages in concerts, worship, retreats, and teaching in a variety of modes.

Canadian Food Grains Bank 

Our Vision: a world without hunger. Canadian Food Grains Bank is a partnership of Canadian churches and church-based agencies working to end hunger in developing countries.

Community Mennonite Church supports the Canadian Food Grains Bank through various initiatives. 


A Christian organization that seeks to nurture the spiritual, social, emotional, and physical growth of children and youth through a variety of programs in a natural setting.

Willogrove's programs include a day camp, an overnight camp and an outdoor education program. 

Give a Day 

This event challenges each Canadian to recognize World Aids Day on December 1st by giving one day's pay to an organization that will use the money well in the fight against HIV. Dr. Jane Philpott is the founder of the "Give a Day to World Aids" movement and a passionate advocate for social justice and health for all.

Directions to Parkview Village

Church Services : 9:30 am