Welcome and thanks for taking the time to check us out!

At Richmond Hill Community Church (RHCC) we believe in a Living God for all times and for all people.  We would love for you to take in one of our services which reflect our commitment to respectful informality, contemporary music, and messages based on relevant biblically-based topics.  You can even enjoy some of the best coffee in town, before, during and after the service!
We admit that we are not a perfect church made up of perfect people - we are strong in some areas and developing in others.  However, should you take the time to visit us, be assured of a warm and sincere invitation to walk with us as we journey on the path of faith together.
Join us at the Toronto Montessori School (TMS) located at 500 Elgin Mills Rd. E. in Richmond Hill on Sunday mornings @ 10:00 am
Danny and Lori Pinksen

Who are we?

We’re a community of people learning together to worship Jesus Christ with our lives. We love God—celebrating Him, serving Him, and reaching out to share His love with others.

Our doors are open to all. Each person adds something valuable to who we are.

We are not a building or a name. We are a community where people can hear God’s truth, experience His love and grace, and respond to Him with freedom.

We are community…

More than a building, a name, or a weekend gathering, Richmond Hill Community Church (RHCC) is a community of people.

We are living together the adventure for which God created us: pursuing Christ and being changed by Him.

At RHCC, “community” is more than just a passive synonym for “group.” It’s connection and relationship built on shared purpose and passion. It happens in weekly Worship services; in family and growth groups during the week; in teams that pray, serve, lead, and reach out together; and in partnerships with other churches and organizations.

… being transformed for Christ …

God doesn’t want us to stay the same. In fact, He tells us to “be transformed through the renewing of our minds.” RHCC is a community of seekers and learners. We’re seeking to know God better, hear His voice, and learn to respond to Him with our lives. The more we seek Him, the more God reveals of Himself—and of who He wants us to be.

…to be a catalyst for changing lives.

God’s movement has always been revealed through lives He has changed and then used to influence others. As God changes and refines RHCC, He calls us to invest all that we are into being catalysts for other lives and churches that need change. To this end, we constantly seek out, and try out, new ways of effectively reaching today’s generations with the Good News that’s been true for centuries.