Starting in 1976, a couple of saints began meeting together in their homes. Throughout the years, many saints were added to the church for the Lord’s testimony in Ottawa, some of them coming from other cities while others received the Lord locally in Ottawa. On September 25, 1994, the Lord’s Table was established in Ottawa.
Currently there are around 50 saints meeting regularly on the Lord’s Day. There are three community based Chinese-speaking home groups (Barrhaven group, Downtown group, Kanata group), one English-speaking community group and two college-student and young working-saints groups, one in Chinese and one in English. The prayer meeting attendance is around 15 saints.
The City of Ottawa
Ottawa is the capital city of Canada. It has a population of 960,756, an 11.6% increase from the 2011 census. It is the second-largest city in Ontario, fourth-largest city in the country, and the fourth-largest census metropolitan area in the country.
Ottawa is home to a number of post-secondary, research, and cultural institutions, including the National Arts Centre and the National Gallery. It has the highest number of residents with a post-secondary education in Canada. The bilingual rate is 44%, with a high percentage of people who speak multiple languages.
Ottawa also has the highest standard of living in the nation and low unemployment. It ranked second out of 150 worldwide in the Numbeo quality of life index 2014-2015, and it contains a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It has a young, entrepreneurial workforce, with more engineers, scientists and PhDs per capita than any other city in the country. For more information see City-Data Profile and Official City Website.
Population – 960,756