St Lawrence Martyr is a church in the Roman Catholic tradition where everyone is at home whatever their background.
We warmly welcome you, and we pray that you experience every encounter with the parish as an encounter with Jesus Christ himself, really present, here and now, in works of Mercy.
His Real Presence is most clearly encountered in the Eucharist and in the other sacraments. The Risen Lord is also present in our numerous ministries and service to those in need.
Our many get-togethers are celebrations of the abiding love of the Lord for His Church. Take a look, come and see.
You are always most welcome in Christ Jesus Risen!
Pastor, St. Lawrence Martyr Catholic Church
St. Lawrence Martyr's Parish has gathered the people of Scarborough in worship and in service since 1959. We are a multi-cultural community called by God to use our time, talent, and treasure to serve others by witnessing the Gospel values and promoting the sanctity of life.
Our parish offers many worship opportunities to express our Catholic faith. Parish programs help deepen spiritual lives, instill Christian values and provide compassionate support for those in need.
Here, all are welcome as we embrace and celebrate our diverse community by honoring unique cultural traditions that nourish us as Catholics.
We strive to grow in the love of God and our neighbor and devote ourselves to following Christ's path.
Centered in Jesus and lived out in the Roman Catholic tradition, our faith is at the core of all we do. St. Lawrence Martyr Catholic Church believes in sharing and expressing our faith with everyone we encounter.
St. Lawrence Martyr Catholic Church strives to demonstrate love in all our actions and events, just as Jesus taught us. Through worship, social gatherings, and outreach to our community, we remember the unconditional love God has for us.
As a diverse Catholic Parish, we honor, respect, and welcome the cultures of all God's children and, together, we work towards strengthening the bonds of our community.
We commit our lives to the people in our neighborhood, Catholic education, outreach to the poor, and justice for the oppressed.