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"Now to Him who is able to keep you from stumbling, and to present you faultless before the presence of His glory with exceeding joy, to God our Savior, who alone is wise, be glory and majesty, dominion and power, both now and forever.  Amen." 
-- Jude 1:24-25

Senior Pastor


Pastor William Oosterman

Pastor William  lives here in Ottawa, near the church, with his wife Dorothy and their four children: Joel, Rachel, James and Ruth. 


Associate Pastor


Pastor Roy Lawrence

Pastor Roy completed his M.Div. from Toronto Baptist Seminary in April 2002.  Roy lives here in Ottawa with his wife Grace.



Pastor William Oosterman is the author of the following book 

A book that deals with the issue of infant baptism. It is a novel about a young boy who dies before he can be sprinkled and the reaction of the whole town of Delden N.Y. to this situation.

The title of the book is taken from 2 Kings 4:26, where Elisha, through his servant, asks the Shunammite woman, "Is it well with the child?" She answered, "It is well" even though the child was dead at that time. This book addresses, among other things, the serious issue of what happens to children who die before they are old enough to know right from wrong. 

See the Lord's Library section if you would like to obtain a copy. 


Click on the pamphlet below to read a journal of Pastor William's personal testimony written in September 1976: 

All we like sheep have gone astray;  We have turned, every one, to his own way;  And the LORD has laid on Him the iniquity of us all.
Isaiah 53:6
 Serving the Lord for over 74 years
Last Updated:  December 13, 2002