Welcome To The City Wide Youth Camp Meeting
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In celebration of the 10th Anniversary of Kanisa Fellowship, we are please to host the first city wide camp meeting that is specifically focused on the youth in the greater Toronto area.
Kanisa Fellowship is located in the Avenue Road and Highway 401 area. We are just 5 minutes south of Highway 401.Google Map Directions
The church is located in a residential community. We don’t want our visitors to park in the wrong area, and we don’t want to upset our friends and neighbours. Please view our parking recommendations.
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Public Transit Instructions
Don’t drive? Not a problem.
You will need to take the TTC Bus – ‘61 Avenue Road North’, and ask the driver to let you off at Dunblaine Avenue. You can catch this bus from the Eglinton Station.
Walk 1 block west on Dunblaine Avenue, past the flower shop and Aroma Café, and you will be at Kanisa Fellowship in 3 minutes.
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What To Expect During Your Visit
Kanisa Fellowship strives to create one simple environment: Come As You Are. You do not have to be anyone else. We want to meet you. Our hope is that you will notice this immediately once you walk into the doors of our church. We want you to experience our genuine smiles, firm handshakes, and unconditional acceptance.
Here is a list of tips and information that will help enhance your visit with us:
We start worship on Saturday mornings at 10:00am. We usually finish our services at 1:00pm. We are here for a good time but not a long time.
We welcome you to tap into our free wireless Internet service while at Kanisa Fellowship. Feel free to hashtag, tag, post, check-in, comment or Instagram while you are with us. Ask our hospitality team for the password upon your arrival.
Be comfortable, be yourself! You will find some people dressed in their “Sabbath best,” with suits and ties (formal), and others in jeans and tees (relaxed). We encourage modesty and proper decorum in your attire so that we always show respect for God, the sanctuary and each other.
We care about your heart, not what you wear!
Children are the youth of tomorrow. We have no problem with you bringing children. We won’t have any special service or programming for them as this event is specifically for youth. However, they are welcome to enjoy the service with their guardians in the main sanctuary or lower fellowship hall.
We love interactive and expressive worship. God is passionate about His people. This in turn, makes us passionate about Him. From sacred hymns to hand clapping gospel music, we do it all when we worship our awesome God. Check out our band and praise team, they are a treat to listen to and worship with.
We believe that followers of Jesus Christ are called to give of their resources for the advancement of the gospel in our community and the world at large. Giving for the believer is an act of worship. We take deep joy in being able to give financially towards the mission of the cross.
During services we have an opportunity for you to give called “Seed Time”. There is also giving kiosk located in the lobby church, if you would like to give through your debit card.
Dr. Eric Thomas, aka ET, is the guest speaker for the morning and afternoon sessions for the City Wide Youth Campmeeting. We are thrilled to have him. ET strives to engage the audience through a very emotional and challenging sermon. Each sermon delivers practical application of God’s word, valuable life lessons, and is always derived from the scriptures of the Holy Bible.