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A Canadian Reformed Congregation

"The grass withers and the flowers fall, but the word of our God endures forever." 

Isaiah 40:8


Worship God with us

Join a diverse community of people committed to glorifying God by being neighbourly Christians: proclaiming the entire gospel, serving the whole person, shining the light of hope in the city of Ottawa.

Do you want to learn more about becoming a disciple of Jesus?

Are you looking for a church family in which to grow and live for him?
We would love to hear from you. Send us a note using the form below.

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Life at Jubilee

Jubilee Church is a community that seeks to serve God together on Sundays and also throughout the week. We are made up of many individual households, but we act as one household of faith. We seek to serve one another, befriend our neighbours, and work alongside them to bless our city.





Christian worship and teaching from the ancient creeds and historical reformed confessions

1:30 PM & 3:30 PM
1061 Pinecrest Road, Ottawa

We follow a simple order of worship (liturgy) that includes the singing of psalms and hymns, confession of sin and assurance of pardon, prayers, readings from scripture, a sermon and a blessing. We celebrate the Lord’s Supper once every two months.

Jubilee is conducting limited in-person worship services while following Ottawa Public Health’s recommended guidelines. Members and guests register prior to attending each service.

Contact us to register: pastor@jubileechurch .ca


Small Groups

For fellowship, Bible reading, and prayer

On Sundays, we gather for worship together and during the week we meet in each other’s homes* in smaller groups to encourage and support each other, study scripture and pray together. These small groups are organized geographically across Ottawa so there is one in your area! 

* Small groups are meeting via video until further notice.

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Youth Group: Catechism

Biblical instruction using the Heidelberg Catechism

To assist parents with instructing their children in the Christian faith, Jubilee Church facilitates a weekly youth night called “catechism.” The Heidelberg Catechism is used as a framework to guide discussions. It provides a faithful summary of the basic teachings of the Bible, the gospel, and how to live a thankful life to the praise of God. The youth of the church start attending the weekly catechism classes* when they are about 12 or 13 years old.

Recent Sermons
Isaiah 40

Jubilee is a Canadian Reformed Church. Click below for more details about our beliefs and our ties to other reformed churches across the world.

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The basis for all our beliefs is the Bible, which is the inspired Word of God.

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If you are looking for opportunities to serve God in Ottawa or abroad, here are some organizations our church community supports.


Congregational Care



Pastor Winston Bosch is the minister of the Word for Jubilee Church.

The minister of the Word preaches the whole counsel of God and calls upon the name of the Lord in public worship. He also administers the sacraments of Holy Supper, and Holy Baptism. He instructs the youth, and visits in the homes of the congregation to comfort the sick and sorrowing.  



The task of the elders is, together with the ministers of the Word, to have surpervision of Christ's church, that every member, including the minister, may conduct themselves properly in doctrine and life, according to the gospel. They visit in the homes of the congregation to comfort, instruct, and admonish with the Word of God. They take care that all matters of church life are done decently and in good order. They defend the church from strange teaching and uphold the pure doctrine of the gospel.



The ministry of mercy is assigned to the deacons. It proceeds from this love of our Saviour, The Lord Jesus Christ. He showed us the Father when he came into the world to serve. Thus he gave an example, that his church should do likewise. The deacons see to it that congregation is involved in acts of hospitality, generosity, and mercy, so that the weak and needy may share abundantly in the joy of God's people. No one in the congregation may live uncomforted under the pressure of sickness, loneliness, and poverty.

How can we serve you today?

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