All Places in ‘Churches’

  • St. Michael’s Roman Catholic Church

    St. Michael’s Roman Catholic Church was built in 1872, was modernized in 1904, and has had several additions since. We are ethnically diverse because of many European emigrants over the years. We are clustered with St. Paul’s, Thamesville, as North American Martyrs Parish, of the Diocese of London. The Catholic Church traces its history back to Christ’s Apostles, and believes in seven sacraments. Sunday Mass is celebrated at 11:00 a.m., and weekday Masses are celebrated at 8:30 a.m. Wednesday and Thursday. The Catholic Women’s League and the Knights of Columbus of St. Michael’s play an active role in the local community. Our church and parish hall are located at the corner of Tecumseh and Brock Streets, 690 Tecumseh Street. Our pastor and parish office are located at 9 Alice Street, P.O. Box 40, Thamesville ON, N0P 2K0, phone (519)692-3874.

  • Trinity Christian Centre – Dresden

    We are a Free Methodist congregation situated in the heart of downtown Dresden in a fully accessible store front building.  Our mission is being “A Caring Christian Community Sharing God’s Love” to all we come in contact with.  We meet Sunday mornings for worship at 10:00 am and for prayer on Tuesday evenings at 7:00 pm.  We are also the location of the “Trinity Community Kitchen” which serves hot, nutritious and wholesome meals, along with fellowship, from 11:30 am until 12:30 pm on the first and third Wednesday of every month. The following are our “Pillars of Belief” on which we base our ministry within the Dresden area: •All persons need to know Jesus Christ as their Lord and Saviour, and then grow into Christ-likeness through discipleship. •The Holy Scriptures guide our actions. •Trinity Christian Centre is a safe loving place to worship, fellowship and grow in spiritual maturity to read more

  • Dresden Community Church

    Our Vision To be the leading church in the Dresden area …. in revival …. in renewal in worship …. in discipleship …. in community …. in domestic and foreign missions Our Purpose We exist to ….. Glorify God – we owe our life to Him – He is the centre of our existence – He is the foundation of all we do               “Love the Lord your God with all your heart, soul, mind and strength.” Encourage believers – to fulfill the purpose God has for their lives – to love one another – to look beyond themselves and their struggles               “Love your neighbour as yourself.” Introduce unbelievers to Jesus Christ – without Him, they will go to Hell – with Him, they will find their life purpose “Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father  and of the Son read more

  • Dresden Christian Reformed Church

    This group is made up of brothers and sisters from the Dresden Christian Reformed Church. Our …Vision statement reads: Revealing Christ by worship, witness, and work. Our Mission statement reads: Empowering people for Christ-like service.Dresden – and area, the communities in which we live and reach out.Christian – our motivation to honour God and love one another. Reformed – our confessional heritage which drives the desire to educate all for Christ. Church – a place to belong, where gifts are nurtured. GEMS – http://www.gemsgc.org/

  • North Dresden Baptist Church

    “In all of its expressions, whether halting and short or flowing in beautiful, well-structured phrases, prayer is simply a conversation with God. If we turn pray…er into a monologue or use it as a way to showcase our gift with words or as a venue for informing or instructing others who may be listening, we defeat the very purpose of prayer. The Bible makes it clear that prayer is intended as the line of connection from the heart of the praying person directly to the heart of God.”-  Ravi Zacharias‪

  • St Andrew’s Presbyterian Church

    At St. Andrew’s, our purpose is “to prepare all people for the work of Christian service in orde…r to build up the body of Christ” (Ephesians 4:12) and to reach out into the community “to do what is just, to show constant love, and live in humble fellowship with our God” (Micah 6:8).We have a 141-year history in Dresden. And we are eager to move into the future.We are part of the Presbyterian Church in Canada. We follow one God. We believe in eternal life through belief in Jesus Christ, who came to show us how to live. We believe we are called to feed the poor and be the hands and feet of Christ in the world. We also believe that the church must change to be relevant in a changing world without losing its core beliefs. From September to June, we gather to sing, pray and hear the read more