Greetings from the Pastor
It has been my privilege to serve as the pastor of the congregation of the Church of God in Aylmer since April 1993. The Lord has blessed us above what we could ask or imagine. The congregation started in December 1990 when saints from across southwestern Ontario rejected the compromise of spiritual Babylon and took a stand for the restoration of the Gospel. Since then, we have been blessed as the Lord has added many families to His fold in this locality. It has been a tremendous privilege to serve the saints here and see them grow in grace. Many have moved on to serve as missionaries, pastors, deacons, and teachers in other congregations and missions across Canada, USA, Mexico, Philippines, Haiti, Nepal, and Bolivia. It is my desire to awaken a desire in each saint to reach the world and spread the message of the glorious gospel of the restoration of the Church of God.
9:30 AM – Sunday School for all ages
10:30 AM – Morning Service
5:00 PM – Evening Service
7:00 PM – Midweek Service
|Feb 27-Mar 1, 2020||Gospel Meeting, Aylmer, Ontario, Canada|
|Mar 16-Mar 21, 2020||Campmeeting, Chapultepec, Baja California, Mexico|
|May 24-May 31, 2020||International Campmeeting, West Milton, Ohio, USA|
Human foosball was a real hit with all who tried it!
Church of God Academy
Started in the fall of 1998, our school has proved to be a tremendous blessing for our parents and their children. As a school run cooperatively by parents, it provides a haven for children to be protected from the growing negative influences such as drugs, violence, sexual abuse, and Hollywood culture prevalent in the public school system. We thank God for a safe place to educate our precious children in an environment conducive to both academic and personal spiritual growth.
First settled by John Van Patter in 1817, the town of Aylmer has grown to be a small town of 7,500 people. Located near the north shore of Lake Erie, Aylmer has a diverse population, among them many immigrants of Dutch, German, Italian, and Belgian origin, as well as thousands of Plautdietsch-speaking Mennonites from Mexico. There is also a sizable Amish community a few kilometers NE of town that was settled in the 1950’s by families from Ohio.