COVID-19 Update

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Is Extraordinary Church gathering at all of our locations this Sunday?

No. Effective, November 23, 2020, all of our worship experiences, eGroups (small groups), and Midweek Bible Connections are taking place virtually. We are grateful for the technology that has allowed our church to continue to assemble, during this COVID season, however, we are eagerly anticipating the opportunity to gather together and worship our Lord, Jesus Christ.

You can access all of our digital content below.


Where can I access digital resources?

While we believe that listening to or watching sermons online is not a substitute for God’s grace experienced in worshipping with the gathered church, we hope these resources serve you well in these unique circumstances.

We will host digital worship experiences every Sunday at 3 PM, Midweek Bible Connections every Wednesday at 7:30 PM, prayer journeys (the 2nd and 4th Fridays at 7:30 PM), various eGroup meetings, and will provide weekly resources for your kids, students, and eGroups.

You can access all digital worship resources by clicking the buttons below.

EC Facebook

EC Youtube

EC Podcast

Extraordinary Sounds

Communications & Resources



How will this affect other events and facilities of Extraordinary Church?

All previously scheduled events and meetings at the leased campus of EC have been cancelled in accordance with our landlord’s instructions and the provincial government’s orders and bans on large gatherings. We will continue monitoring the situation and will communicate any updates here and on our social media channels.

If you have a question about a specific gathering, please contact your ministry leader. Please refer to if you have further questions about coronavirus (COVID-19) and steps the city has taken to slow the spread of the virus.

How can I continue to give to Extraordinary Church while we are not gathering for worship experiences?

Your giving continues to be an important act of worship. You can continue to faithfully give financially online, in the Extraordinary Church APP, or by mail so that the ministry of Extraordinary Church may continue to thrive even in the midst of difficult days.

You can give online via the Extraordinary Church APP or online. 

If you prefer to give by mail, you can send cheques to:

Post Office Box 12036, 4040 Creditview Road, Mississauga ON L5C 4E3

How should I respond spiritually to the coronavirus (COVID-19)?

The coronavirus (COVID-19) is yet one more reminder that we live in a fallen world. Ultimately, none of us is immune to this reality. But God has not left us alone. He came to heal the sick and set the captives free. He has conquered sin and death and is coming again with a new heaven and a new earth, where there will be no suffering, no sickness, and no death. Our God sits on His throne and because we have hope in Him we can have peace in even the most challenging circumstances.

While you’re trusting Jesus in this situation, here are some other ways you can respond to the coronavirus (COVID-19):

  • Pray for mercy and healing for the sick, strength and endurance for medical professionals, insight for researchers, and wisdom for city and government officials.
  • Look for opportunities to love and care for others with the love that Christ has shown to us.
  • Reject every instance of prejudice or racism. The church should be grieved with God by the rise in racist incidents and language against the Asian community as the world responds in sin to the origination of this virus in Asia. God desires people from every tongue, tribe, and nation to experience and know the love of Christ. So let us be people who fight injustice, the wickedness of racism, and prejudice in all circumstances, making sure to also examine and guard our own thoughts, words, and actions.
  • Even as we’re unable to gather as a full church body, stay connected to the church family through calls, texts, or other digital platforms. Continue to grow as a follower of Jesus by engaging with online content. Pray for and encourage one another without ceasing.