Kingdom City Church is affiliated with Partners in Harvest
Our Senior Pastors: Rev Denise Gillard, MDiv & Minister Wilton Gillard
Reverend Denise understands herself as a daughter of the Most High and has dedicated her life to helping people achieve their full potential in the context of faith, service and transformational living.
She received her undergraduate degree at Tyndale Bible College & Seminary (Toronto), and her post-graduate degree from McMaster University (Hamilton).
First ordained with the Canadian Baptists of Ontario and Quebec, Rev Denise is an Arrow Executive Leader, a Non-Proft executive, published author, and a social entrepreneur.
Minister Wilton is a graduate of Centennial College (Toronto), a Direct Support Professional at Christian Horizons, an Afro-Caribbean Drum Instructor, and a certified licensed Primerica Representative. He has a passion for prayer and worship and is committed to taking the message of the Father’s Heart to the nations, especially reaching men who need to experience a new level of Fatherhood.
We practice staying in God’s presence through worship that goes beyond relationship to intimate communion with God
We practice daily intimate fellowship with God through prayer
We put God’s Word into practice!
We fellowship with our brothers and sisters in the Lord as a demonstration of our unity in Jesus Christ.
We are faithful in transforming believers—both new and old—into being disciples, and also reproducing disciples by moving beyond teaching to modeling, activating, and releasing.
Agreement & Teamwork
We purposefully walk in agreement with one another and with our leadership as testimony to the character of Jesus Christ.
We serve the household of faith and unreached people as an expression of our worship of God.
We endeavour to make decisions in the interest of the Kingdom of God on earth as a step on the pathway to access God’s miracles and not exclusively or selfishly for the benefit of our local church or personal well-being.
What to expect when you pay us a visit.
Small Group Ministry
Holy Sprit's Presence
Garfield and Cassandra Fray, Founding pastors
Gerard & Maureen Haberstro
Denise and Wilton Gillard, Senior Pastors
Wills & Martha Francis:
Young Adults & Social Media Coordinator
WHAT WE BELIEVE
We believe there is one God who lives forever in three persons: Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
We believe that the Bible is God's Word to the world, speaking to us with authority and without error.
We believe in the divinity of Jesus Christ the Son; His virgin birth, His sinless life, His miracles, His death for us on the cross, His bodily resurrection, His ascension to the Father, and His personal, physical return to rule the earth in power and love.
We believe that all humanity is lost in sin and needs to turn from it and trust personally in the Savior, Jesus Christ. All need to be born anew by Holy Spirit's power into God's family.
We believe Holy Spirit lives in us as believers and brings love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, humility, and self-control into our lives. Holy Spirit gives us spiritual gifts including speaking in tongues, prophesying, and healing, among others.
We believe in the resurrection of every person; to eternal life for the believer and eternal judgment for the lost.
We believe in unity for all believers in our Lord Jesus Christ and seek community together: Every believer is to become more like Him in every way, who is the head of His body, the Church. We are called to love Him and one another and are enabled to do this only as His life flows through us.
We believe the Scriptures teach that marriage is the covenanting together of one man and one woman in a union to the exclusion of all others. This union is established by an authorized ceremony under God. Marriage is a unique reflection of God’s faithful love for all humankind.
The relationship of husband and wife, as family, reflects the covenanting self-giving love between Christ and His Bride, the Church. The pledge of mutual faithfulness is not tentative or conditional. The permanent nature of the marriage bond gives security and promotes the development of a trusting relationship.
The Church has a responsibility to care for, nurture and prayerfully support the marriage relationship and the children of the union.