Welcome to Zion CCC!
No new bookings are being taken for Zion Church Cultural Centre at this time. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and encourage you to consider one of the many other heritage buildings available for rent through the City of Toronto. If you are looking for a cultural centre please consider one of Arts Services' two other facilities: the Assembly Hall and Cedar Ridge Creative Centre. There are also excellent facilities available for rent through Toronto Museums.
The warm, historic feel of Zion makes it the perfect place for a wide variety of events, including art classes, shows and performances; meetings, retreats, or seminars; weddings, showers or receptions; and anniversary, holiday or retirement parties – any time of the year.
Originally built by the Methodists of L’Amoreaux community in 1873 it was acquired by the Borough of North York in 1971 and designated as a heritage site representative of a typical rural church. In 1998 Zion reopened as a cultural facility, celebrating the North York's special heritage and serving to promote arts and culture in the community.
Today Zion CCC is available for a variety of uses, including craft shows, performances, recitals, visual art displays, meetings, workshops and other artistic, cultural and community needs.
Booking and Rentals
Zion Church Cultural Centre is the perfect location for a wide variety of events, ranging from conferences, weddings and holiday parties, to art shows, art classes and performances. Availability is dependent upon other events booked in the facility, so clients are encouraged to book early in order to avoid disappointment.
Zion CCC is available for rentals seven days a week from 8:00 a.m. to 1 a.m. with some restrictions and exceptions. The Centre features a 1600 sq. ft hall, small stage, spot lighting system, spacious washrooms, art easels, storage area, kitchenette with servery, bar fridge, microwave and coffee urn, light weight tables and padded chairs and gardens with seating area. The maximum facility capacity is 150 for cocktail reception, 120 in theatre style seating and 100 with tables and chairs.
For more information about rentals and bookings please review our Rental Guide.
The Zion Church Cultural Centre was built in 1873 by the Methodists of L'Amaroux, the Finch Avenue community between Victoria Park and Warden, on land donated by Henry Scarce. It was acquired by the Borough of North York in 1971, and designated as an example of a typical rural church.
North York Council approved the renovation, restoration and development of the Zion Primitive Methodist Church for community use as a cultural facility, meeting a need for space for craft shows, small performances, recitals, visual art displays, meetings, workshops and similar functions (Council Resolution 97-08, April 2, 1997). This continues to be the focus at Zion CCC today.
What's Happening at Zion
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