About Us

At the Mill Christian Fellowship, our mission is to glorify God through the great commission. We strive to make disciples and teach them the Bible. The pillar that holds us up in our teaching is the Word of God. Through expository preaching, we strive to unwrap the meaning of scripture and intent of the text is provided. Through prayer, service and witness, our goal is to impact our neighbours in Mississauga for the cause of Christ.

​Four “L”s

By connecting to God vertically, we are to love, learn, lead, and labour for Christ horizontally.

  • Love
  • Learn
  • Lead
  • Labour

FAQ

We gather every Sunday at 10:30 am. We also have many different programs throughout the week like our Life GroupsPrayer ServiceMen’s Bible StudyWomen’s Bible Study, and our youth/young adult service called The Rising Church Night!

We are located right at the corner of Erin Mills Parkway and South Millway in Mississauga. We have a bus stop located right out front and lots of parking available. Find us on Google Maps here!

There is no specific dress code. Please wear what is comfortable for you – jeans & t-shirt or suit & tie – it’s up to you!

We love all types of music and instruments as long as it glorifies God! We try and have a nice balance between hymns and contemporary songs and we have several leaders who each bring a unique style each week.

Affiliation

The Mill Mississauga is an autonomous church in regards to government and polity. However, we understand the benefit of leadership development, church planting, church health, training, and accountability. The Mill is part of over 500 churches throughout Canada and  276 of these churches being in Ontario /Quebec who commit to shared beliefs, affirmation of faith and commitment to Ministry. Under “What We Do” of the Fellowship, it reads,“The Fellowship is a voluntary association of churches. Membership in The Fellowship requires that each church is in agreement with The Fellowship’s Statement of Faith. Other than this basic requirement, Fellowship churches enjoy a great measure of independence. Ties are formed through relationships, rather than lines of authority.”

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