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Connect with Us

Friends and family;
As God has been generous with us in Jesus, we want to be generous with our space and our lives.

It’s why we rent out our building to individuals and groups for a low cost, keep the doors unlocked during office hours, and update our social media and e-newsletter about happenings in and around our community.

So connect with us: stop by the church (for a chat, coffee, etc); use the building,(for your next event or for a quiet place); like us on Facebook (for updates) and follow us on twitter (#ygk), or sign up for our newsletter (a quick recap of neighbourly news and needs).

And of course you can always email or call 613-777-8562.

Hope to see you soon!


New Office Hours

As of January 2016 the office is open

Monday 8:00am-10:30am
Tuesday 8:00am-10:30am
Wednesday 6:00pm-8:00pm
Thursday 8:00am-10:30am
Friday 3:00pm-5:00pm

Stop by anytime however, as there will likely be an Elder, staff or group in the building! Find out who, what and when this may be by clicking here to read our calendar of events. 

New Year – 2016!

Happy New Year everyone! 
We’re looking forward to another year of seeing what God is doing and joining in however we can.

Much is a-brew at Next as we move into 2016. Click here to view the church calendar and see how your days can overlap with ours.

You’re invited to small groups, Sunday morning services, weekly prayer and breakfast and much more!

Hope to see you soon!

New Year’s Eve

2015-12-22 Kingscourt New Years Eve
This New Year’s Eve you’re invited to join our friends and family at Kingscourt Free Methodist (257 Kingscourt Ave) for any or all of these services/gatherings:

12pm – 12am
Interactive Prayer stations, guiding you in prayer for yourself , our churches, neighbours, city, country, friends & family
Games & Dessert Social
Time of Prayer and Anointing for Healing
Hymn Sing
Watch Night Renewal Service & Baptisms

Christmas Eve Service

2015-12-11 Christmas Eve Service
We’re less than two weeks away from Christmas Eve: a wonderful opportunity to sign carols, drink hot chocolate and thank God for the gift of Jesus.

All welcome, December 24th at 6:30pm for a time together. Whether you’ve been attending our church for a long time, if you’ve lived in Kingston for a short time, if you happen upon us for the first time, the invitation is for everybody, everywhere.

But Christmas Eve is only a part of our Advent celebration and our Advent awaiting. Read more about how you can participate in this season, the tale of two comings, by clicking here.


Advent 2015

Slide1Calendars? Chocolates? Count downs? What do you associate with Advent?

At Next we think of Jesus. We celebrate His first coming and await His second. This tale of two comings is our future hope. It promises a world of peace, joy and kindness, goodness and gentleness. A time when God’s big, wide, high, long and ever-encompassing love will bring together Heaven and Earth and make all things new.

That’s why we gather on Sunday mornings and it’s why we are excited about the many events this season! And you’re invited to them all!

Click here to read the Advent 2015 page for more information.

Hope to see you soon!

PS: Feel free to share the graphic above on your social media #Advent2015 #GodWithUs. Follow next on twitter @NextChurchYGK.

Remembrance Day

On November 11, let’s not “take up our quarrel with the foe.” Instead, let’s pray for peace – peace for our city, our nation and all.

As the Psalmist suggests in these verses of Psalm 122 there is a connection between our well being and the well being of the places we live. This message is echoed in Jeremiah 29 verse 7.

May Kingston and Kingstonians, Canada and Canadians, and all the world know the shalom of God and Jesus the Prince of Peace.


Image courtesy of Thomas Bresson.