One mission. Three Expressions.
The Be In Christ Church of Canada is a family of churches with a shared mission to be a growing faith community that is following Jesus, sharing his message and extending his peace around the world. Through the diversity of our three expressions of church – Community Churches, The Meeting House, and Reunion – we are united by an anabaptist vision of a Jesus-centered faith and life.
We welcome people of all ethnicities and background to join with us in following Jesus in whom we find the hope of a better world.
who we are
The Be In Christ Church of Canada is a Christian anabaptist denomination. Central to our beliefs is a commitment to following Jesus, both his teaching and his example. We believe in the authority of all Bible teaching but we consider the Sermon on the Mount in Matthew 5-7 to be Jesus’ vision for the Christian life and those who follow him. We seek to live out that sermon including Jesus’ teaching on peace, non-violence and enemy love.
To learn more about the BIC theology, values and history, click the link below.
Learning and celebrating together through Annual General Meeting and leadership development opportunities.
Practical tools as we follow Jesus together, such as our Advent and Lent devotional guides.
Assisting local churches and pastors with payroll, pension, and group benefits.
A summer internship program for young adults excited for a ministry experience in a local church.
A beautiful camp for children, students and adults of all ages located near Magnetewan, Ontario.
Collaborating and partnering in the work of BIC churches and projects around the world.
We are grateful to God for His provision including the land on which we reside. We acknowledge those who were stewards of this land before us, the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation, Traditional Territory of the Anishnaabe, as well as the Huron-Wendat, Haudenosaunee, and Ojibway-Chippewa Sovereign Nations.
In the spirit of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, we make this acknowledgement as a small step toward healing and reconciliation with our Indigenous neighbours.