Here are some of the many churches near Queen’s who would love to have you worship with them.
Bay Park Baptist
775 Progress Ave, Kingston, ON
Our desire is to impact lives forever in our church community and the city around us, including students in Kingston’s schools! We want to love boldly and deeply. Our goal is to equip and encourage one another for greater impact in our communities, the ones where we each live, work and play. Join us on Sunday mornings for one of our services at 9:00am or 11:00am. Need a ride? You can email — email@example.com . We also have an Adopt-A-Student Program and College & Career group to plug you into our church family throughout the school year.
Contact: Ryan Farrell — firstname.lastname@example.org 613-389-2920
314 Johnson Street
Facebook: Bethel Church (Kingston)
Come join us at Bethel on Sunday mornings (9am or 11am) where we strive to be “Responding to the Heart of God; Transforming the Heart of the City, the Nation and the World”. We have an adopt-a-student program (for those of you from out of town) and many small groups during the course of the week for our diverse congregation.
Contact: Bethel Office — bethelkingston.com 613-542-2990
Café Church Kingston
333 Princess Street, Suite 100
Welcome home, welcome to Café Church. Café Church is a church which operates in a homey, café-style setting and offers a full range of free espresso-based coffees and gourmet teas. We meet every Sunday, doors open at 9:30am, Service runs from 10-10:50am and we follow the Service with a free lunch we call ‘SOS – Soup on Sundays’. Our morning services are specially designed to reach people who are not yet followers of Jesus Christ. In adddition, we hold a once a month Sunday evening service which is geared more towards those who are already followers of Jesus Christ. So what are you waiting for? Come home!Note: Access is via Queen Street through the City Parking Lot next to the Landromat. Only a 10 minute walk from Queens University!
First Christian Reformed Church
310 Kingscourt Ave
The mission of our church is to honour and glorify our Lord by leading people into a devoted relationship with Jesus Christ. Join us for our Sunday morning worship at 10:00 am. Tired of cafeteria food? We also offer a home cooked meal and social time for college and career students after our Sunday morning worship during the academic year. Rides available upon request.
Contact: First CRC Office — email@example.com
Kingston Chinese Alliance Church
230 MacDonnell St. (at Brock St)
Please feel free to join us Sunday mornings for our weekly services: English Worship at 9:30am, Chinese Worship at 11:00am, and English Sunday School at 11:20am. We provide a van pick up service throughout the academic year for students living on-campus and in the student village. Check the details on our website.
Contact: Church Office — firstname.lastname@example.org 613-548-7270
Living Waters Anglican Fellowship
We meet in the gym at 56 Francis St. in Portsmouth (between West Campus and St. Lawrence College).
Living Waters was newly planted in 2015 and is made up of people of all ages from a variety of backgrounds, gathered together under the Lordship of Jesus. We combine traditional and contemporary worship in an Anglican context and we have a vibrant young adults ministry. We worship God at 10:00 on Sunday mornings. Come check us out! Associate Pastor Kathy Doering also serves at Geneva House. You can speak to her if you would like more information.
Contact: Kathy Doering — email@example.com
189 Colborne St
Next Church is a vibrant community in downtown Kingston. Our vision is to let everyone in on God’s big secret – I’m changing everything and you’re invited. You’re invited to be changed. You’re invited into a changed community. You’re invited to be part of changing the world. Come join us as we explore faith together, working out what it means to follow Jesus in the nitty gritty of everyday life, in social justice for the neighbourhood and the globe, and in arts and music. If you come you belong.
Open Bible Fellowship
Non-denominational, Evangelical, On-Campus Church
Open Bible Fellowship provides a weekly full worship service on campus as well as weekly bible studies and personal counselling. Our theme is taken from Psalm 96:8 “Give God the Glory that is due unto His name”. As a non-denominational fellowship we seek to reach to all students, with a solid bible teaching format that lifts high the name of Jesus.Worship Services every Sunday 10:30 am in Kinesiology 101.
On campus biblical counselling every Tuesday 5-7pm and
Bible study every Tuesday 7-9 pm (Mackintosh-Corry Hall).
Contact: Pastor Allan McQuarrie — firstname.lastname@example.org
St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church
130 Clergy St East Kingston
Facebook: St Andrew’s Presbyterian Church
Since 1817, this Congregation has been serving the Church and the goals of the Kingdom in downtown Kingston.Come and worship, work and witness !
Contact: Dr Andrew Johnston — email@example.com x 22
St. James Anglican Church
10 Union St (Corner of Union and Barrie)
Facebook: St James Anglican Church
A friendly and lively intergenerational church, we take our presence on the Queen’s campus seriously as we seek to follow Jesus with intellectual rigour, transformational relationships and deep joy. Join us Sunday mornings for worship and every Wednesday morning (during the academic year) at 7:30 am for a short communion service, a speaker from the campus community and a delicious breakfast (all before your 8:30 am class!)
Contact: Rev Val Michaelson — firstname.lastname@example.org
St. Mark’s Lutheran Church
263 Victoria Street (corner of Victoria and Earl)
Facebook: St Mark’s Lutheran Church, Kingston ON
A fully welcoming church made up of people from a great diversity of backgrounds. Join us Sunday mornings at 10:00 AM for a blend of contemporary and traditional Lutheran liturgy. We endeavour to be your church home away from home. We host free monthly student lunches. We provide conversational adult education in a format appreciated by students. We provide spiritual care and conversation. Students often join the choir, or other groups. And we have been known to host a student coffee house or two. No matter who you are or what faith background you come from, you belong here.
Contact: Rev Steve Hoffard — email@example.com
St. Mary’s Cathedral
279 Johnson Street
Saturday Vigil: 5:00pm
Sunday: 8:00am, 10:30am & 7:30pm
Monday-Friday: 7:45am in St. James Chapel
Monday-Friday: 12:10pmin the Cathedral
The Rosary is prayed daily at 11:40am in the Cathedral.
Contact: 613.546.5521 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Strathcona Park Presybterian Chruch
244 McMahon Ave
We are a community church located across the street from Lord Strathcona Elementary School. We want to be a community that joins God’s renewal movement in Kingston. We gather for our worship service on Sundays at 10:30am. We’d love to get to know you after the service over a coffee or tea! If you’d like more information about the life of our church our pastors would love to connect with you and answer any questions you might have.
Contact Curtis or Elaine Wilson: 613-542-5579 or email@example.com
The Meeting House Kingston Distance Group is a church for people who aren’t into church. We meet in the chapel in Theological Hall on Sunday mornings for coffee at 10:00 a.m. and for teaching at 10:30 a.m. Our passion is following Jesus, sharing His radical message, inviting people into loving community, and serving those in need. Learn more about us at the House Kingston Facebook page.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Facebook: Westside Fellowship Christian Reformed Church
The mission of Westside Fellowship is to share God’s love within the Kingston area, bringing together a community that experiences the newness of life through his son Jesus Christ.
Contact Pastor Heidi — PastorHeidi@wfcrc.ca 613-384-7