Zion Church was originally built by the Methodists of l’Amoreaux community in 1873.
Explore the many events at Zion Church Cultural Centre including craft shows, performances, recitals, visual art displays, meetings, workshops and other artistic, cultural and community events. The welcoming warmth and history of Zion make it the perfect place for a wide variety of events, including art classes, shows, weddings and celebrations at any time of the year.
No new rental bookings are being taken for Zion Church Cultural Centre at this time. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, and encourage you to consider the Assembly Hall, Cedar Ridge Creative Centre, or the Toronto Museums.
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. Zion reopened as a cultural facility in 1998, celebrating the North York's special heritage and serving to promote arts and culture in the community.
Zion is located on the north side of Finch Avenue East, one block east of Don Mills Road OR two blocks west of the Don Valley Parkway/ Highway 404. Location on Google Maps.
From East and West Zion Church Cultural Centre can be reached on the 199 Finch Rocket or the 39 Finch East. Exit at Don Mills or Seneca College. From North or South Zion the Zion Church can be reached on the 25 Don Mills bus route. Exit at Finch Ave East.
Zion Church Cultural Centre has 10 free parking spaces in the Skymark Mall parking lot. Passes must be picked up from Zion in order to validate mall parking. Additional free parking may be available, depending on time and date. Paid parking is available in lots P1 and P7 on Seneca College campus, one block away.