Welcome to MacNab St. Presbyterian Church

The congregation of MacNab has been worshipping and serving in the downtown heart of Hamilton for over 160 years. We are a vibrant, multicultural congregation drawn from across the greater Hamilton area.

Online  Service

Happy New Year!! Wishing you all the best for 2022.

YouTube Premiere (Sundays at 10 am) – Sunday January 16, 2022

**Important Notice (Dec. 22nd) – Return to Online Service**

With the recent surge of the omicron variant and out of an abundance of caution, Session has decided to return to online services only through to and including Sunday January 16, 2022 (suspending “in-person” worship service). Following this, we will re-evaluate conditions and determine if we are ready to resume “in-person” services for Sunday January 23rd.

Beginning Sunday December 26th, we will resume our pre-recorded services each Sunday at 10 am, as both a Facebook watch party and a YouTube premiere, linked on this webpage for your convenience. You can tune in at any time.

Hopefully, this setback is only temporary and we will soon be moving forward again with our “in-person” worship at MacNab. Thank you for your patience and understanding.




In Person Worship (suspended as of Dec. 26th)

If you plan to attend, please follow the steps outlined below:

Live stream of our 10 AM service is available on the MacNab Presbyterian YouTube channel.

On behalf of the MacNab Legacy Project Team we want to thank you for your support during 2021.

Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas and a healthy and happy New Year!

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Mission Statement

“We acknowledge Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. Through God’s love we are committed to care for one another, and by God’s grace be equipped to serve our community and the world.” – Jan 2006

Statement of Inclusion

“God’s love includes everyone. We honour and affirm our differences, unified in our belief in Jesus Christ, and honouring his love in all things” – June 2019

The above is an abbreviated version of the full Statement of Inclusion