The Meeting House Growth, Revenue, Number of Employees and Funding
- The Meeting House has 105 Employees.
- The Meeting House grew their employee count by 0% last year.
- The Meeting House currently has 1 job openings.
What Is The Meeting House?
We call ourselves a "church for people who aren't into church". At The Meeting House, as we study the teaching and life of Jesus, it strikes us that it was all the irreligious people who were drawn to his movement and it was the religious leaders who were offended by him. Jesus' message was that people didn't need to go through religion with all its rules, rituals, regulations and routines to get right with God. They could go directly to God and simply trust in him and allow God's love and truth to change their hearts and lives. They could be changed from the inside out. Our mission is to honour God by proclaiming the irreligious message of Jesus and fostering loving communities of fully committed Christ-followers. We are one church that meets in many locations. On Sunday mornings over 5,200 people meet at 18 different locations across Ontario, and during the week at over 180 Home Churches. The Meeting House is part of a family of churches called the Brethren in Christ (BIC). The BIC has been influenced by key elements from a number of spiritual movements, including the pietist focus on heart-felt devotion to Jesus, the Wesleyan pursuit of personal holiness, and the Anabaptist emphasis on simplicity, peace-making, and living the teachings of Jesus in every day life.keywords:N/A
Number of Employees
Employee Growth %
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The Meeting House News
The Camp Meeting is located behind the Brookfield Townhome .... Media Fellowship House will celebrate its 75th Anniversary 6-9 p.m. Friday, ...
house they rent, and they become homeless. .... Tickets are $15 and can be purchased at any club meeting or by calling Janet at 570-824-6418 ...
... caught in scuffles between North Korean security guards and members of the US media during the president's meeting with Kim Jong-Un.