A Warm Welcome!
We are so glad that you are considering a visit to Central where you will experience vibrant worship, Bible-based preaching, and warm community.
– Jeremy Heikkinen
What To Expect On Your First Visit
Our in-person service is offered at 10:30 AM every Sunday. Doors will open at 10:00 AM. Please join us in the Café before the service for a warm drink and a snack.
There are Bibles available in the seat/pew racks and you can follow along with the music and announcements on the large screens at the front of the Auditorium.
We follow all current public health measures to keep everyone safe.
Please don’t feel like you need to dress up when attending our services. Some of our members wear more formal clothing, while others keep it casual. Wear whatever you are most comfortable in!
Junior Church is available in our in-person service for ages 3-8. Bring your children into the service with you, and they will be dismissed just before the sermon starts; a parent will need to accompany them to their class location. After the service has ended, the children will be in their classes ready to be picked up.
Our nursery is for newborns to toddlers.
If you’re driving to join us, there are parking spots for visitors located directly next to the building. There are entrances off of both Fairview and North Park. There is plenty of free parking, on the west and south sides of the building.
Our building’s physical address:
300 Fairview Drive, Brantford, Ontario (Google Maps link)
(southeast corner of Fairview & North Park)
Nearby bus stops:
Route 4A – North Park & Fairview (Stop ID: 400) (Google Maps link)
Route 4A – Fairview at St. Patrick’s School (Stop ID: 401) (Google Maps link)
Routes 4C & 13 – Fairview Dr. & Baxter (Stop ID: 402) (Google Maps link)
Our service is streamed online every Sunday at 10:30 AM to our YouTube channel. If you participate with us online, be sure to let us know in the chat where you are joining us from! If you are not able to join us live at 10:30 AM, the service will be available after the service concludes on YouTube.