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  • Nov11Thu

    December Trivia Night

    November 11, 2021 St. Stephen's Anglican Church

    We hope you can join us for our second Zoom Trivia Night (multiple choice questions!) in support of Campus Ministry at Algonquin College: Friday, December 3 at 7:00.

  • Sep28Tue

    Friends For Dinner

    September 28, 2021 Love Ottawa

    After a difficult 18 months, where most of our dinners were held by "Zoom", the Friends for Dinner team have seen a huge response from international students this September. We now have close to two hundred registered! What a wonderful opportunity for the Church to demonstrate the love of Christ through simple hospitality.  The fields are ripe for harvest!

  • Registration now open for courses with the Ottawa School of Theology and Spirituality. Here is the link for the courses to be offered this year.

  • Aug11Wed

    Campus Ministries Zoom Trivia Night

    August 11, 2021 Campus Ministry/St. Stephens

    We hope you can join us for our first Zoom Trivia Night (multiple choice questions!) in support of Campus Ministry: Thursday, August 26 at 7:30. You can either organize a team of your own or join others who will be participating to support the ecumenical Christian Campus Ministry at Algonquin College. Cost: Freewill donation.

    Hosted by St. Stephen's Anglican Church. The Zoom link (please see below) will be live at 7:15 PM on Thursday, August 26.

  • Aug11Wed

    St. Stephen’s Facilities Maintenance Technician Job Posting

    August 11, 2021 St. Stephen’s Presbyterian Church

    St. Stephen’s Presbyterian Church is seeking to hire a Facility Maintenance Technician to join our small team and help foster a welcoming environment in our building as a sacred space for worship and as a vital and vibrant gathering place for sanctuary, fellowship, learning, healing and celebration. If you are or know someone who is organized, service-oriented, and mechanically-minded, please contact for the full job description.

  • Jul21Wed

    Knox Presbyterian Church Seeking Part-Time Assistant to the Minister

    July 21, 2021 Knox Presbyterian Church
    Knox Presbyterian Church, Ottawa seeks a part-time “Assistant to the Minister:  Church Operations, Mission and Communications.” This person will work closely with our Minister and with church staff and volunteers to expand community connections and develop strategies to strengthen Knox’s outreach and service in downtown...
  • Jun22Tue

    Ottawa Campus Chaplaincy - Spring 2021

    June 22, 2021 Ottawa Campus Chaplaincy

    From the Ottawa Campus Chaplaincy – On behalf of students in Ottawa, thank-you again for your prayers and support this past year. While much of our work was online, God surprised us with some unique ministry opportunities. Please take a moment to read our latest (NEW FORMAT) newsletter which includes information about changes to the OCC,...

  • Jun16Wed

    Ottawa Pastoral Care Training Program

    June 16, 2021 OPCTP
    PDF FileOPCTP Basic Course Brochure
    PDF FileOPCTP Advanced Course Brochure
    PDF FileOPCTP Continuing Education Course Brochure

    Ottawa Pastoral Care Training Program

    An Interdenominational Program affiliated with the Christian Council of the Capital Area

    Basic Course

    Advanced Course

    Continuing Education Event


    This course is designed for and limited to those who...

  • Apr14Wed

    Perspectives Course 2021

    April 14, 2021 Perspectives Canada
    The PERSPECTIVES STUDY PROGRAM - is designed to enable you to discover God's plan for mankind and how you can be part of His purposes. It is a dynamic 15 lesson discipleship course taught by a variety of veteran missionaries, influential strategists and professors, each an expert in their respective area. You'll get the opportunity to discover what God is doing around the world and consider your part in His purposes.
  • Feb4Thu

    Another Long Night, A Book by Marilyn Savage

    February 4, 2021 Marilyn Savage

    It is a story of hope and resilience framed by her current battle with stage four neuroendocrine cancer and is interwoven with flashbacks to several earlier hospitalizations beginning in her childhood and youth.  This personal account is an honest companion for those walking similar journeys of anguish.  It documents a mother's accompaniment with a child who repeatedly faces her mortality and indirectly invites the reader to endure marathons of distress by resting in the deep love of God who is ever present.