GEMS (Girls)

GEMS Girls’ Clubs (“Girls Everywhere Meeting the Saviour”) is a program for girls from grade 2 through 8. The focus is on bringing girls into a living relationship with Jesus Christ. To help foster this all-important relationship between each girl and Christ, the girls are organized into small groups, with one leader or counselor for each group of six to eight girls.

In club, many fun and exciting things happen:

  • Develop important life skills through badge activities
  • Learn how to apply the Bible to your life
  • Make creative and fun crafts
  • Participate in service projects that make a difference in other’s lives
  • Find answers to challenges that face girls today

Registration Form

Time: Thursday evenings 7:00 – 8:45 PM
Location: at the church
Call 905-634-0722 or email
GEMS Website

related: Parental Consent for Offsite Activity





Registration Form
FROGS Youth weekly health assessment/consent form

frogsFROGs (“Fully Relying On God”) ministers to high school-aged young people from Grade 8 through 12+. The FROGS ministry is focused on developing young people into spiritually mature Christians who know and act upon their faith. This is accomplished through the following principles:

    • A credible witness to Jesus Christ.
    • A relevance to the youth of the 21st century.
    • A relational interaction between youth and youth as well as youth and leaders.
    • A community where the youth can feel safe, secure & loved, where the youth can discover and respond to questions about life and faith.
    • A balanced and holistic ministry programming that includes recreation, worship, fellowship, service, and education.


Sunday evenings (in-person)

Location: We are partnering both Burlington CRC churches (Faith & New Street) youth groups and we will be meeting in- person weekly on Tuesday evenings at 7pm-8:45pm at Faith Church  2265 Mountainside Dr, Burlington.

Call 905-634-0722 or email

Instagram: @Newstreetfrogs

related: Parental Consent for Offsite Activity



Discipleship Groups

Growing Disciples

Together we enjoy getting to know each other better, as we study the book of James and discover what God is teaching us in a practical way. We will learn together, pray together and encourage each other.

Time: Every other week
Contact: Ted Groenewegen
Call 905-634-0722 or email

After the Rush

After a busy week is done, just pack the kids in the car and join us for a relaxing dinner. After dinner the kids will move to the family room and the rest of us will grow deeper in our walk with God.

Time: Alternating Fridays 6:00 – 8:30 pm
Contact: Albert & Cheryl Wimmers
Call 905-634-0722 or email



Together we will enjoy getting to know each other better, as we search for greater meaning and work to discover how the Bible applies to our lives today. It’s a great time for men to connect with each other and with God!

Time: meets the second and fourth Saturday mornings each month from 8-9 am in the Outlet
Contact: Mike Sykes
Call 905-634-0722 or email


Women’s Retreat 2022

Ladies, you’re invited for the day to the annual women’s retreat! Cost:  $30 per person.
Saturday April 30th from 10:00 am to 8:00pm. Lunch and dinner will be included.

Our returning guest speaker will be Brigette Vanhuisstede, guiding us on the theme: “REDIRECT”.  Brigette will be digging into Psalm 107 speaking on:

  • A Reoriented Heart
  • A Satisfied Soul
  •  A Joyful Story

Worship led by Sara Flokstra, Grace Dekker and Alida Glasbergen.

We look forward to seeing you, if you have any questions please contact Trudy Sykes. 

Coffee Break

coffeebreakCoffee Break is an interfaith Bible study for women. It is a time for meeting new people, talking, listening, and finding out what the Bible has to say to you. Expect to make new friends, share a cup of coffee, laugh, cry, and discover new insights from the Bible. The setting is casual, and you can participate as you feel comfortable! Previous Bible knowledge is not expected.


New Street CRC & Faith CRC combined group: We are currently meeting Wednesday mornings 9:30-11:00 over zoom and studying “The Story” book which outlines the Bible chapter by chapter. 
Want more info? 
Marian Lensink :



Special Ministries


friendshipAt Friendship, we minister with people who have mental impairments, not to them. We believe that we serve each other, and by learning and spending time with each other, friendships are formed. We believe that everyone is created in God’s image and that redemption is a gift from God that is not dependent on a level of intelligence. We also believe that our church is complete only when it includes all of God’s own children and when all people are seen as equals-in God’s eyes and in our own eyes.

Time: Wednesday evenings 7:00 – 8:15 PM
Location: at the church
Contact: call 905-634-0722 or email