COVID-19 Address

A Personal Spiritual Response to The Fear of Coronavirus.

I always believed that the fear of God is the answer to all fears. In fact, I have been preaching on this salient point for over a quarter of a century. “The fear of the Lord, spoken throughout scripture, is not normally meant to convey the idea of being frightened. Rather it carries the idea of awe and wonder, of joy and hope. The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom, not because a person immediately understands Archaic Latin phrases and complex mathematics, but because the worshipper no longer longer sees only a fragmented world, but stands before the One who holds all things together (Prov 1:7;2:1-6;9:10;Ps 19:9; 111:10).

Fearing the Lord means that we are not left to our own resources to control and survive the elements of creation, but that we can trust the Creator who sustains that creation, controls the future and has our best interests at heart (Prov 23:17-18).” Kelly M. Kapic, A Little Book For New Theologians, p. 27

Therefore we can go about our existence in joyful worship of God, regardless of austere, prohibitive and life threatening surroundings. We can sing the song of redemption.

Pastor Asha-Dane Duncan

***Please note that the church will be closed for public services until further notice. However, we will be streaming our Sabbath Service starting from 11:00am.

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***Pastor Duncan would like to connect with all members & vistors if possible. If you do not have social media, you can text any questions/concerns to 647-395-7153

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Asha-Dane Duncan

Lead Pastor, Meadowvale Church

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Welcome To Meadowvale!

We are glad you have found us and we look forward to seeing you in person. Of course, we also welcome you as an online visitor.

Meadowvale is a welcoming and inclusive congregation that reflects the diversity of Mississauga. Our worship service is relevant, combining both traditional and contemporary elements while remaining firmly grounded in the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Please join us on Sabbath morning for a Bible study at 9:15 am, for the community worship service at 11:00 am, for Wednesday evening prayer meeting or for one of our other services. Whether you are new to the area or searching for a church family, please visit with us--there is s special place awaiting you.

The Meadowvale Church has served this community in several locations in Mississauga since 1982 and moved to the current home in 2008. We look forward to continuing our tradition of service to this community and to you in particular.


Saturday Services

Church at Study:
9:15 am

Community Worship Service:
11:00 am

Bible Study:
5:00 pm

Youth Program:
6:00 pm

Other Services:

Prayer Meeting:
Wednesdays at 7:30 pm

Early Morning Prayer:
1st Saturday / month at 8:00 am

Children's Church:
Third Sabbath / Month




For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only begotten Son, that who ever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life. John 3:16 (KJV)
For if, by the trespass of the one man, death reigned through that one man, how much more will those who receive God's abundant provision of grace! Romans 5:17 (NIV)
For God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world, but to save the world through him. John 3:17
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