VIDEO: Money and Following Jesus (Luke 16)

Jesus talked a lot about money. His message? Use it for eternity. You are a manager, not an owner. Use your resources to make an eternal impact.

VIDEO: Dealing With Temptation

Here is Pastor Pat Sieler’s message from this past weekend’s service.

Calvary Chapel Oakville would like to announce that we will be hosting a summer youth retreat August 20-24th!

All youth ages grades 7-12 are invited to join us for an adventure-filled weekend of Bible study, discipleship, and apologetics, while building & strengthening friendships with other Christian youth.

Planned activities include: Beach, hiking, camping, outdoor/indoor pool, Christian movies, scavenger hunt, campfire, and more!

If you would like your children to participate, please speak with Ivonne (289-937-1292) or Janet (289-981-0201) for more info.

Have you ever been tempted? That’s a bit of a trick question; we all have.

The better question is, “How do you respond when you are tempted?” Do you normally give in or are you able to find victory?

This coming weekend I will be sharing a message entitled “Dealing With Temptation.”

The good news is that Jesus experienced temptation. It’s documented for us in Luke chapter four. Read ahead then plan on joining us this weekend at one of our services:

Oakville: 6:00pm Saturday night at the Oak Park Neighbourhood Centre, 2200 Saw Grass Drive

Toronto: 10:00am Sunday morning at 325 Weston Road in York

Bring and friend and we’ll see you there!

Due to the Canada Day holiday, we have moved our service that weekend from Saturday, July 1 to Sunday, July 2 at 11:00am. The location remains the same, Oak Park Neighbourhood Centre, 2200 Sawgrass Drive. We will have children’s ministry available.

We encourage you to spend quality time with your loved ones and look for ways to be the hands and feet of Jesus, sharing His love with those around you!

History In Ink

This artistic expression of ink tells an incredible story of failure, suffering, hope, and forgiveness that has taken place over the course of human history. This story offers hope to all of us.

Posted by Calvary Chapel Oakville on Tuesday, June 13, 2017

History in Ink: Failure, Suffering, Hope, and Forgiveness

Check out this video and let us know what you think. For other videos, and to engage with us in community, visit our Facebook page.

If you or anyone you know lives near Richmond Hill or Vaughn, we are having a home group Wednesday June 14 at 7:00pm – 8:30pm. It is at 286 Major Mackenzie Drive East, Unit 106. Anyone is welcome!

What is the Meaning of Life?

Have you ever stopped to think about your purpose in life? It seems like our daily lives are so busy with jobs, school, kids, and activities, that sometimes we don’t even think about why we are here on earth. Take some time today to think about your purpose.

Click here to listen to Pastor Pat’s message called “What is the Meaning of Life?”

Click here to listen to Pastor Pat’s series on “Life’s Big Questions”.

Do you feel God’s presence in your life? Feel free to answer in the comments section below.

Think Like a Lepidoptera

In this video, Pastor Pat takes a look at a passage from the Bible, Romans 12:1-2, that teaches us how we can change. Have you ever wanted to change? Have you ever wondered how to be closer to God? Have you ever wondered how you can not be conformed to this world when we are inundated with so many messages about cultural values that might not be good for us?

The solution, Pat says, is to think like a lepidoptera…


What Do You Have

When I was seventeen years old, I drove my 1972 AMC Gremlin across the country to attend university. All of my earthly possessions could fit inside that car. Now, many years later, I would need a big moving truck to move all my stuff.

As we go through life, we accumulate possessions. Some of them are junk, but some are quite special.

If you are a Christian, what you have is more than your possessions – much more!

In this message, we take a look at a passage from the Bible that talks about what God has given us. It’s found in Romans 5:1-11.

I really hope this message encourages you and gets you excited about all that God has given you!