Febuary 19-March 23
Join your church community in prayerfully reading or listening to 1 John. Share thoughts and questions by text using our Digging Deeper WhatsApp group. Discover a fresh understanding of God's word to you this Lent season!
Need help joining our WhatsApp group? Noel, Peter and Ruth are happy to get you connected on your smart phone, laptop or desktop computer.
Our weekly gatherings exist to encourage each other and to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Gathering together like this reminds us of the big picture of God's love for the world and of the way that God is transforming lives here and now. It also prepares Khi to be a united force able to work together as servants to our friends, our community, and those around us in need.
Sundays at 10:30AM at 820 Nipissing Rd.
We hope you will find our worship space to be open and accessible to all ages and abilities. Come as you are, participate as you're able. All joyful noises are celebrated and welcome!
Community Bible Study (virtual)
Thursdays, 7pm on Zoom
Women's Scripture & Life Group
Wednesdays, 7pm at Khi (820 Nipissing Rd. Milton)
Download or stream the growing collection of podcasts produced by The Salvation Army. Episodes include thoughts on social justice, worship, serving the community, discipleship and more!
Khi Community is a contemporary Christian church located in Milton, Ontario.
We gather on Sundays & throughout the week to worship God and grow in relationship with one another. We follow the teachings and doctrines of The Salvation Army, and we are a ministry unit of The Salvation Army's Canada and Bermuda territory. Our church has three primary goals: to meet human needs, share the love of Jesus Christ, and be a transforming influence in the community of Milton.
There’s a picture in the bible – Revelation 5:13 - of all of heaven and earth praising Jesus together….Our worship services are our chance to get a head start!
"Then I heard every creature in heaven and on earth and under the earth and on the sea, and all that is in them, singing: 'To him who sits on the throne and to the Lamb be praise and honour and glory and power, for ever and ever!'"