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Oakville Production Site, 2700 Bristol Circle

This is our main production site. Our messages at our other sites are on a week delay so check out the location in your area for more information.

Lead Pastor
Ron Burkholder Tel.: 905.808.8545
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Sunday Service Times

8:00 am – (No program for Infants to Grade 8)
9:30 am – (Full program for Infants to Grade 8)
11:15 am – (Full program for Infants to Grade 8)

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Office Hours

Monday to Thursday -- 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Friday -- 9:00 am to 2:00 pm
During the week, please use the reception entrance on the north side of the building facing Portland Drive. 

Oakville Blog

  • Sat 06 Sep

    FROSH: September teaching series

    FROSH: Surviving & Thriving at TMHU
    FROSH: Surviving and Thriving at TMHU

    Oakville: September 7 to 28
    Regional Sites: September 14 to October 5

    September is a time of new beginnings, especially when it comes to education. Life at The Meeting House is no different and we’re looking forward to this survival guide to campus life at TMHU! We’ll cover how to make the most out of course lectures, learning groups, homework, campus clubs, and social opportunities.  Don’t sit on the sidelines!...


  • Mon 11 Aug

    UBUNTU--August teaching series

    Ubuntu: I am because we are

    UBUNTU: I am because we are

    Starts August 17 in Oakville August 24 in Regional Sites

    The Church exists because of what God has done for each of us but the life of a Jesus-follower is not a solo endeavour. We are linked together as a body, designed for serving each other and those around us. Join us as we spend three weeks meeting people doing just that with First Nation communities, new Canadians and people living with a disability. You’ll be inspired by the life-changing stories....


  • Tue 22 Jul

    Africa Learning Teams

    Africa Learning Teams

    Africa Learning Teams

    Malawi -- July 24 to August 6 
    Lesotho -- August 2-14 africalearningteams 

    Two Africa Learning Teams are travelling to southern Africa this summer. You can follow their journey using the prayer guides online at the link above to through regular Facebook posts.


  • Mon 30 Jun

    Theology After Party

    Theology After Party

    Theology After Party

    6:00-7:00 pm | Every Sunday through August 10
    Oakville site | 2700 Bristol Circle

    Each Sunday evening during the  We Believe  series, Bruxy is hosting a  Theology After Party  that will discuss the teaching from that Sunday in Oakville and provide a time for extended Q&A. The audio is posted every Monday and can be heard by clicking the  Drive Home  link under each teaching at found at teaching...


  • Sun 08 Jun

    Party in the Park: Sunday, June 8

    City Light

    We Are the Light of the World

    “You are the light of the world. A town built on a hill cannot be hidden. Neither do people light a lamp and put it under a bowl. Instead they put it on its stand, and it gives light to everyone in the house. In the same way, let your light shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in heaven.” – Matthew 5:14-16 (NIV)

    It’s been a week of intentionally focusing on listening to God and how He is calling...


  • Sat 07 Jun

    City Light: Saturday, June 7

    City Light

    Learning How To Love

    I am a big fan of the artist Noah Gundersen. I have sat and listened to his album over and over – captivated and challenged by the lyrics of his songs. Likely none more so than the song ‘Ledges’ with the particular focus being, “I want to learn how to love, not just the feeling”. There is something to what he says here.

    Often in church we talk about the Greatest Commandment and how it defines what love is and how we ought to respond....


  • Fri 06 Jun

    City Light: Friday, June 6

    City Light


    City Light. A week of intentional kindness.

    How do I make time for that? What makes this different from just trying to be “extra” nice to people this week? I should always be kind to others, right? How is this going to point people to Jesus? Am I supposed to think of something “churchy” to say? Have a Bible verse on hand to share with a stranger? Initially, I was very excited about the idea, and potential of City Light, but unsure of how exactly...


  • Thu 05 Jun

    City Light: Thursday, June 5

    City Light

    Standing Naked

    Adam and Eve stood naked in the Garden of Eden, and they stood unashamed. This is the final picture we are left with before the Fall of Man, of husband and wife joined in solidarity and a significant lack of clothing. Although this picture may seem awkward or crude to our modern minds, there is something profoundly beautiful in the couple's nakedness. Humanity began with these two individuals who felt no urge to hide themselves from each other or to make themselves...


  • Wed 04 Jun

    City Light: Wednesday, June 4

    City Light

    Everyday Opportunities

    I am recovering from the flu today. I’m trying to rest as I stare at the mile-high laundry pile and also keep snack-time from erupting into a battleground. The ding on my phone keeps reminding me that my work emails are stacking up too. Life feels pretty busy sometimes doesn’t it? 

    When I take stock of my busy life and think about God’s mandate to love “the least among you,” disappointingly, I don’t seem to find...


  • Tue 03 Jun

    City Light: Tuesday, June 3

    City Light

    Mine vs. Yours vs. Ours:

    When We Mistake Kingdom Provisions as Personal Blessings

    I have always struggled coming to terms with the undeserved upper hand I have been given in life. I am a male, I am white, and I live in one of the most affluent countries in the world. For the most part, I will not deal with the struggles of racism, gender discrimination, and living in a poverty stricken country that the international community has casually labelled as “developing”. The...


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