Burlington Baptist Church:
Who We Are:
A Summary of our Beliefs
Service 10:30 a.m.
2225 New Street, Burlington, ON
Circle of Friends
Tuesday, September 19: Adult Study Course
2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
in the Upper Room
The Adult Study will be undertaking a review of Comparative Religion, a Teaching Company course taught by Professor Charles Kimball, Presidential Professor and Director of Religious Studies at the University of Oklahoma. The course provides a systematic and comparative framework for understanding the complex and multidimensional nature of religion. It explores the many similarities that link all religions, as well as major differences among many of the world’s religious traditions.
Thursday, September 26
in the Sanctuary
Come and join us for the first fall meeting. Coffee, games and fellowship from 10.00 a.m. to noon. Lunch which cost $5.00 will be served at noon. The guest speaker will be the Rev. David Ogilvie whose topic will be, This is My Story. This is My Song.
All are welcome
Those who are not on our regular calling list and who would like to attend please contact Dolly Sarsfield, Doreen Jervis or Walter Mulkewich.
Burlington Baptist Church, located at 2225 New Street, a welcoming and inclusive community of faith, announces the appointment of its new minister, the Rev. Dave Ogilvie B.A. B. Ed. M. Div. Dave brings a rich array of skills, gifts, and experience and is dedicated to inclusion, peace and social justice.
On Sunday, October 1st at 3:00 p.m. the church will hold an Induction Service officially to welcome Dave into the church and community and to install him into his new role. The guest speaker will be the Rev. Tim McFarland, Chaplain of Acadia University, in Wolfville, Nova Scotia. Most recently, Dave was the minister of Port Williams United Baptist Church in Nova Scotia. Born in Hamilton and having served churches in five provinces, Dave is happy to return to Ontario where he has family. Dave looks forward to working together with other communities of faith in Burlington.