FrontBuidingIf we could sum up our mission as the body of Christ in Ottawa, it could be done with one simple statement: leading others into a growing relationship with Christ. Let’s take an in-depth look at our mission.

Leading Others - Our Lord had a simple mission: to seek and save the lost (Luke 19:10). But it was not His mission alone, as His followers were charged to “make disciples” (Matthew 28:19). If seeking the lost was the mission of Christ and the New Testament church, then why should the church today be different? It shouldn’t. The Ottawa church of Christ is committed to sharing the gospel, which is the message of the redemptive work of Christ, to this community and the city of Ottawa. However, this is not accomplished by merely telling others what they need to do, but leading them: planting them with the word of God, giving others the opportunity for good works, and surrounding them with experienced Christians.

Growing relationship – Jesus Christ did not die for us in order that we not live for Him. Many believe or make Christianity to be a ritualistic religion, filled with meaninglessness and redundant acts which yield no fruit in one’s daily life. While there is certainly nothing wrong with “religion,” Christ wants us to know Him on a level that reaches past a mere intellectual realization of who Christ is, to a heart felt devotion for Christ leading to one loving Him with all of our heart, soul, mind, and strength. Mk.12:30-31;

Christ – John 14:6 records Jesus saying “I am the way, the truth, and the life; no one comes to the Father except through Me.” For one to be able to stand before God in a favorable light, one must do so through Jesus Christ. Peter and John would attest that “there is salvation in no one else” (Acts 4:12). He alone is “the Lamb of God who comes to take away the sin of the world” (John 1:29). Therefore we do our best to lead ourselves, one another, and the lost to Christ.

Our missions is to spread God's message of good news about Jesus and the resurrection, and the hope of eternal life that this brings, throughout the world.
The church of Christ is a group of people who follow what the Bible teaches. There is no other source to which we look for instruction on how to be saved from the coming judgement of God. Our form of music is a capella, meaning literally "in the manner of church" but specifically without any musical instrument accompaniment.  We teach that salvation is realized when one submits their life to God, repents of their sin, and seeks His forgiveness through baptism.  This act allows for the indwelling of the Holy Spirit who is our guide in understanding the Bible.


To develop an awareness of the deliberate patterns concealed in God's Word, which allow you to gain spiritual insights that empower you with the ability:

To strengthen your trust in His Word.
To help bring to maturity the fruit of the Holy Spirit
To be more effective in your outreach

Examples of Patterns

In meaning of names, see Genesis genealogies; Ruth - the Gospel of

In the consistency of the use of the number 3. see Acts in NT Books.

In the breakdown of books, into a matrix, 9 sections, see Gen. Jam. Rev.

Patterns Help Bring to Maturity Our Fruit of the Holy Spirit

The template of the Holy Spirit helps you to understand what it takes to cause the fruit to develop in your life. ie Love comes from trusting His Word.

The template of the Holy Spirit when placed on a book of the Bible helps you to see different lessons concerning the individual fruits.

The template of the Holy Spirit guides you into asking the right questions of the vtext, teaching the relevancy of the Word for you today.

Patterns Strengthen Our Faith in His Word

The genealogies are evidence for God's superior intelligence.

The consistency of 3's throughout OT & NT proves one author.

The patterned outline of the books, shows consistent purpose in writings

Patterns Make us more Effective in our Outreach

A great aid in memorizing whole books based on concepts.

Prevent you from bogging down in text when teaching others.

Give a clear overview of a book to those you are teaching.



  • Sunday Morning Worship - 11 AM
  • Sunday Classes - 10 AM
  • Sunday Afternoon Worship - 6:00 pm
  • Wenesday Classes - 7:00 pm



1515 Chomley Cr
Ottawa Ontario K1G 0V9
Ottawa, Canada


Phone:  613-737-0701
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