Our History

 

Caledonia Congregational Church was founded in 1988 by a group of Christians who wanted to establish a Bible believing, Spirit-led, God honouring fellowship of believers.

During the first years, Caledonia Congregational Church met at Seneca Unity School. Then time and space became available to share with another fellowship at our present location at 97 Argyle St. N. next to Pioneer Gas in Caledonia. That fellowship moved to Hamilton in 1998, and the building was bought from them. In 2008, construction was completed on a new church hall along with major landscaping to bring our campus to its present state.

Caledonia Congregational Church is a member in good standing with the Congregational Christian Churches in Canada. CCCC is a fellowship of Christian churches that stretches from Newfoundland to islands off the British Columbia coast. The CCCC’s aim is to proclaim Jesus Christ, make disciples and build healthy churches.