When are your services?
What should I expect on my first visit?
On a Sunday morning, you may receive a handshake from one of our greeters on your way in the door.
You may find folks in the foyer visiting and having a cup of coffee. Feel free to grab a cup if you like.
In the sanctuary there is a pre-service time (9:45am) for quiet reflection; feel free to enter the sancutary and take a moment to prepare for worship.
On your way into the sanctuary, you will be greated by an usher; feel free to ask them any questions you may have.
During the service:
There will be songs of worship; the lyrics are projected on a screen.
Don’t worry if you don’t know the words, we often introduce new songs and everyone has songs that are new to them at one point or another.
There will be a preached message that is relevant to our culture.
There may be an interview, a drama, or special muscial presentation.
What about Communion?
We serve communion on the first Sunday of every month.
The table is open to everyone who accepts Jesus as their Lord and Saviour.
If you feel led to join in the Lord’s supper, please take part.
All communion bread is gluten free.
What should I wear?
Where are you located?
Where do I park?
We have a parking lot on the west side of the building. Also our friendly neighbours at the Farmboy and the Western Ottawa Community Resource Center allow people attending Kanata Baptist Church to use their parking lots.
What do you believe?
Our life together rests on our life as a child of God. We affirm that He is the reason for our very existence and the foundation upon which we build our lives. It is His character we emulate and His example we follow as we model our lives on the life and teachings of Jesus, His Son. Therefore, we begin our journey with the essential theological truths that we embrace as believers. For a much more detailed explanation of what we believe, visit the Who We Are section of this website or feel free to call to speak to one of our pastors.
Should I bring a Bible?
It is up to you. Some people bring one, however, much of the scripture discussed is projected on the screen for you to follow.