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The Kingston Seventh-day Adventist Church started in 1912 at the corner of Montreal and Princess Streets in Kingston Ontario Canada. The church was organised on April 12, 1913 with 27 members. The first church service in its present building was held on March 16, 1968.

 

We are a Seventh-day Adventist Church whose aim is to uplift Jesus Christ and His love. Come and join us for worship and fellowship every Saturday morning. We're always happy to welcome new visitors and meet fellow believers in Christ.

Fifty years ago, on May 31, 1967, construction of the present Kingston Seventh-day Adventist Church at 66 Wright Crescent began. In a short article titled “Sod-turning for Kingston New Church” the President of the Ontario-Quebec Conference, Philip Moores describes the day’s event. Here is that article.

 

“Turning the sod for a new church in Kingston was a happy occasion for many members and friends. The builder, Mr. McCullough, the Church Development Secretary, R. A. Matthews, and the Conference President, joined Pastor John Howard, Jr. and his congregation in a brief service to seek God’s blessing on the new $65,000 project.

 

It is being built in one of the best locations in the city. The aim is to have the building ready for occupancy in September, with the official opening planned for November 25.

 

Approximately $6, 500 is needed to complete the project. Funds to help the programme should be sent to Mr. Cecil Rawson, Treasurer, Seventh-day Adventist Church, 240 William Street, Kingston, Ontario.”

 

Philip Moores,

President Ontario-Quebec Conference

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Kingston Seventh-day Adventist Church

66 Wright Crescent, Kingston, Ontario, Canada

P.O. Box 452, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, K7L 4W5

613.548.7765

Welcome to Our Church

The Kingston Seventh-day Adventist Church started in 1912 at the corner of Montreal and Princess Streets in Kingston Ontario Canada. The church was organised on April 12, 1913 with 27 members. The first church service in its present building was held on March 16, 1968.

 

We are a Seventh-day Adventist Church whose aim is to uplift Jesus Christ and His love. Come and join us for worship and fellowship every Saturday morning. We're always happy to welcome new visitors and meet fellow believers in Christ.

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"Let Us Build A Church Here"

Fifty years ago, on May 31, 1967, construction of the present Kingston Seventh-day Adventist Church at 66 Wright Crescent began. In a short article titled “Sod-turning for Kingston New Church” the President of the Ontario-Quebec Conference, Philip Moores describes the day’s event. Here is that article.

 

“Turning the sod for a new church in Kingston was a happy occasion for many members and friends. The builder, Mr. McCullough, the Church Development Secretary, R. A. Matthews, and the Conference President, joined Pastor John Howard, Jr. and his congregation in a brief service to seek God’s blessing on the new $65,000 project.

 

It is being built in one of the best locations in the city. The aim is to have the building ready for occupancy in September, with the official opening planned for November 25.

 

Approximately $6, 500 is needed to complete the project. Funds to help the programme should be sent to Mr. Cecil Rawson, Treasurer, Seventh-day Adventist Church, 240 William Street, Kingston, Ontario.”

 

Philip Moores,

President Ontario-Quebec Conference

Welcome to Our Church

The Kingston Seventh-day Adventist Church started in 1912 at the corner of Montreal and Princess Streets in Kingston Ontario Canada. The church was organised on April 12, 1913 with 27 members. The first church service in its present building was held on March 16, 1968.

 

 We are a Seventh-day Adventist Church whose aim is to uplift Jesus Christ and His love. Come and join us for worship and fellowship every Saturday morning. We're always happy to welcome new visitors and meet fellow believers in Christ.

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The Kingston Seventh-day Adventist Church started in 1912 at the corner of Montreal and Princess Streets in Kingston Ontario Canada. The church was organised on April 12, 1913 with 27 members. The first church service in its present building was held on March 16, 1968.

 

We are a Seventh-day Adventist Church whose aim is to uplift Jesus Christ and His love. Come and join us for worship and fellowship every Saturday morning. We're always happy to welcome new visitors and meet fellow believers in Christ.

Fifty years ago, on May 31, 1967, construction of the present Kingston Seventh-day Adventist Church at 66 Wright Crescent began. In a short article titled “Sod-turning for Kingston New Church” the President of the Ontario-Quebec Conference, Philip Moores describes the day’s event. Here is that article.

 

“Turning the sod for a new church in Kingston was a happy occasion for many members and friends. The builder, Mr. McCullough, the Church Development Secretary, R. A. Matthews, and the Conference President, joined Pastor John Howard, Jr. and his congregation in a brief service to seek God’s blessing on the new $65,000 project.

 

It is being built in one of the best locations in the city. The aim is to have the building ready for occupancy in September, with the official opening planned for November 25.

 

Approximately $6, 500 is needed to complete the project. Funds to help the programme should be sent to Mr. Cecil Rawson, Treasurer, Seventh-day Adventist Church, 240 William Street, Kingston, Ontario.”

 

Philip Moores,

President Ontario-Quebec Conference

66 Wright Crescent, Kingston Ontario, Canada

P.O. Box 452, Kingston Ontario, K7L 4W5, Canada

613-548-7765

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