Our History

Glad Tidings has been a part of
the Burlington community for over 60 years

coming together

Trefoil Lodge

We first started meeting at the Trefoil Lodge which was a small local community centre, used by various clubs around town. Trefoil Lodge was built by volunteers as a headquarters for the Local Girl Guide Association in the summer of 1951. Members of the PAOC churches in Hamilton and Oakville released families to come together and start holding services for Burlington Families here.
house church

Faith Gospel Church

We transitioned to the small home and converted it be used as a church for our services where we held Sunday School at 9:45am, Worship Service at 11:00am and a evening service at 7:00pm.
Series A

Glad Tidings Assemby

We built our first chapel on Mountainside Drive, which was once the "north end of town". We were a growing family and we continued to desire God's vision for our town.
the heart of town

Glad Tidings Church, Guelph Ln.

We built our current building on Guelph Line, which brought us closer to the core community of the future and placed Glad Tidings at the heart of the residential development we were seeing during those years.