Lithuanian Martyrs' Church
Sunday - 10:00 am in Lithuanian
Monday - 8:30am
Tuesday - 8:30am
Wednesday - 8:30am
Thursday - 8:30am
Friday - 8:30am
Saturday - 8:30am
2185 Stavebank Road
494 Isabella Avenue
Phone - (905)277-4320
Fax - (905)275-1336
The Church was planned by the Lithuanian architect dr. Alfredas Kulpavičius.
The centre piece of the Risen Christ, erected behind the altar, was created by Ramojus Mozoliauskas.
On the left of the altar are stained glass windows devised by Albinas Elskus. They consist of three Lithuanian Martyrs: Archbishops Matulionis, Reinys and Bishop Borisevičius. A man and woman symbolize the many unknown Lithuanian Martyrs of the last century.
On the right side is a wooden sculpture of Our Lady by J. Vainauskas. Next to it is a large stained glass window by Elskus depicting Lithuania's history of faith throughout the ages.
The side wall is graced with smaller stained glass windows by sculptor Juozas Bakis which were removed from the original church. Bakis also crafted the ceramic stations of the Cross on the right side wall.
The childrens chapel and vestibules house stained glass windows by Elskus, illustrating Lithuania's struggle for freedom. The piercing of Our Lady's heart symbolizes the agony endured by Lithuania's faithful.