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  • THE DOOR YOUTH CENTRE FUNDRAISER: A Stuart McLean Christmas Tribute - Vinyl Cafe Stories. Sunday December 1, 4:00pm at The Circle Theatre, Alliston. Come out for some Christmas entertainment, and support The Door Youth Centre. Tickets are $10 available at the door.
  • CHRISTMAS GIFTS FOR YOUTH IN NEED: Our Compassion Team is partnering with our Youth to help them raise funds to buy gifts & necessities for youth & children in our community, who would otherwise go without. To donate, mark "Compassion - Christmas" on your cheque memo line, or choose the "Compassion" fund if you're donating online. The deadline for donations is December 8
  • CHRISTMAS PARTY: Friday December 6 at 6:00pm (punch & setup), 6:30 (dinner) at the Gibson Centre. This will be a true potluck, so bring whatever holiday food you'd like so you can share with others. Fun for the whole family!
  • CHRISTMAS MARKETPLACE: We’re hosting an ethical Christmas Marketplace this year at our Oakville site. We’ll have some awesome vendors including Ten Thousand Villages, Mennonite Central Committee, and World Vision. Invite your friends and neighbours to get a jump start on their Christmas shopping and support great organizations in the process! Sunday December 1, 9am - 4pm.
  • FALL NEWSLETTER: To read our Fall Newsletter, CLICK HERE. If you'd like to sign up for our newsletters, click the link at the bottom of our home page.
  • HOME CHURCH SIGNUPS: Home church signups are online.  For more information and to sign up for a Home Church, CLICK HERE.
  • ONLINE GIVING: We now have online giving available as a convenient option. To find out more about online giving, CLICK HERE.
  • MEMBERSHIP: Could this be your next step? If you'd like to explore what it means to become a participating church member, contact Michael at:
  • OPPORTUNITIES - your part in the family:  We want you to know that you matter. God has given each one of us talents and gifts to help us serve one another and expand His kingdom.  To help us know more about you and your unique gifts, please take a few moments to fill out the Opportunities questionnaire by clicking HERE.
  • STEPHANIE'S MISSION ADVENTURE: Stephanie Konrad is our own homegrown missionary in Guatemala. CLICK HERE to read Stephanie's blog, where you can find all kinds of interesting info about her life as a missionary!
  • CONNECT TEAM SCHEDULE: If you would like to be part of our Connect Team (Greeters, Info Table, Refreshments, Setup/Teardown) please speak to Janette Cridland. 
  • WORSHIP MINISTRY:  we always welcome new members in worship ministry! If you are a musician or are interested in tech arts (sound, computer, video, etc) contact
  • NURSERY FACILITIES: Nursery facilities are provided each Sunday for infants. Please help yourself to a few peaceful moments when you can focus on God and what He's saying to you by having your baby in child care.


Home Church

Life was never intended to be lived in isolation. That's why our Home Churches meet regularly throughout the year and share life together. Home Church provides a safe place to journey through life and discover the love of God in a community that is invested in seeing real change take place.

Meeting in groups of 5-15, Home Churches focus on providing adults with an environment to study the Bible, share life, and pray for each other.

To find out more information about Home Churches, or to sign up for one CLICK HERE  


Following the example of Jesus, we want to be known as those who come alongside to support, care for, and encourage each other. We financially support missionaries, who in turn care for people beyond our immediate reach. We are here to offer support, and to help you know that you are not alone. If we can be of support to you, please let us know.  CLICK for our contact details.

Our story

The Meeting House Alliston began in 1997 as Faith Community Church. Throughout the years we have been inspired by the life and teaching of Jesus, and strive together to live the Jesus way of life.  We also belong to a group of churches known as BIC Canada. The Meeting House and the BIC encourage us, support us, and help us be the best version of us that we can be.  If you’re interested in learning more about BIC Canada or about The Meeting House, check out these links:


  • Amy Matheson, Leadership Team Chair

  • Ian Logan, Leadership Team

  • Kathy Smith, Leadership Team

  • Amy Thompson, Leadership Team

  • Ed Johnson, Leadership Team

  • John Konrad, Leadership Team

  • Michael Kotsopoulos, Pastor

  • Ruth Wright, Site Ministries Director

community info


Out of the Cold provides safe, respectful and welcoming overnight accommodation and meals to those experiencing homelessness, from November to April. For more information check their website: