In-Person and Virtual Sabbath Service
Dear Church Family,
Starting on April 16, 2022, we will resume in-person worship services. The Divine Service will be streamed on YouTube (Our YouTube Channel).
Stay safe and God bless.
Youth Day Sabbath Service - October 8, 2022
Dear Church Family,
This Sabbath, October 8, 2022, is Youth Day! Join us beginning with in-person Sabbath School starting at 10:00 AM. The Divine Service will be streamed on YouTube (Our YouTube Channel).
10 AM: Interactive and in-person Sabbath School: Song service by Lena Niyikiza followed by the Sabbath School lesson with Bontu Kussi and Baptista Shimwe.
Parents: PowerPoints and Cornerstone classes will start at 9:30 AM. The younger classes will begin at 10 AM. Visit Childrenzville for more details.
11 AM: Divine Service: The speaker for the day will be Amon Ndayikorere!
Two Praise and Worship sets by Jalisa Bernadin, Call to Worship by Halyssa Louis, Season of prayer led by Charon Simbi, Children's story by Martine Charles, Offertory reading by Peace Samuel. The Scripture reading will be delivered by Tarah Jean-Baptiste.
Pianist: Orville Daniel, Keyboard: Adam St. Fleur, Drums: Thomas Dorzilme , Bass: Al Etienne.
4:30 PM: The worship service will be followed by a nature, praise walk at the Carbide Wilson Ruins.
6:30-7 PM: We will end the Youth Day with a delicious meal at La Belle Verte restaurant at 166 Eddy Street, Gatineau, Quebec. https://labelleverte.ca/
While we return to in-person worship, we are still able to return God’s tithes and give offerings online. To do so, please visit Ottawa Adventist Church at AdventistGiving.org or download the AdventistGiving app on your iPhone or Android device. It is both easy and safe. You can also click on the "Giving" menu option. From there you can access Adventist Giving, and return/give directly.
We hope to see you this Sabbath! Share and invite your friends and family!
Welcome to the Ottawa Seventh-day Adventist Church, where we value people. We are a Christian community in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, and would we love to have you join our family.
If you are without a home church or are visiting Ottawa, we invite you to worship with us. We have an open invitation for you to join us at the church for one of our weekly services. It is our hope that this church can be a place to support your personal walk with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
We invite you to peruse the church’s web site at your convenience. Here you can learn more about us, how to become involved in the ministries devoted to addressing specific needs, and watch our worship services online.
Our church family welcomes you to our online presence, and we sincerely pray that your visit will be a blessing.
Robert E. Greaves
A Worldwide Church Family
The Seventh-day Adventist Church is a mainstream Protestant church with approximately 19 million members worldwide, including more than one million members in North America. The Adventist Church operates 173 hospitals and sanitariums and more than 7,500 schools around the world. The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) works within communities in more than 130 countries to provide community development and disaster relief.