Catch the Fire Church Barrie

A Church In Revival Catch The Fire Church Barrie is part of a family of churches and ministries worldwide that was… Read More →
Catch the Fire Church Barrie

About Us

A Church In Revival Catch The Fire Church Barrie is part of a family of churches and ministries worldwide that was birthed as a result of the incredible revival that began in Toronto in 1994. Catch The Fire encompasses a growing network of churches, a college with International Schools of Ministry, a missions program and events running all over the world. Our desire at Catch The Fire Church Barrie is to build a church family who loves God’s presence, loves each other and reaches out in love to others in the community. The Hub This is our office, as well as our ministry center where we meet for certain small groups, prayer, training and soaking during the week. Our church services are location at another location. Our Mandate ENCOUNTERING GOD’S TRANSFORMING PRESENCE In Matthew 22:37-39, Jesus commands us to ”Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.? This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is like it: ?Love your neighbor as yourself.? At Catch The Fire we believe we can accomplish this mandate through a three-way journey of encountering God, letting God transform our hearts, which then enables us to let God’s love overflow from us to others. Man with bible.jpg ENCOUNTER The Upward Journey We value the importance of having encounters with God, through worship, prayer, and reading the Word of God. We want to experience the reality of God in our everyday lives. ”The one who loves me will be loved by my Father, and I too will love them and show myself to them.” (John 14:21b)

Hours of Operation

SERVICE TIME: Sunday 10:30 am - 12:30 pm

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COVID-19 Advisory

In response to evolving data around the Delta variant and based on the recent experiences of other jurisdictions, the government, in consultation with Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer of Health, is pausing the exit from the Roadmap to Reopen.

The Chief Medical Officer of Health and other health experts will continue to monitor the data to determine when it is safe to exit the Roadmap and lift the majority of public health and workplace safety measures currently in place.

Thank you for the work you have already done to protect our community by following public health protocols throughout these challenging times.

Stay strong, choose local, and please consider participating in our Rapid Screening Program to help reduce community spread.