At Milton, worship services are in English, the Bible is the church's guide to faith and life, the Lord's Supper is celebrated every Sunday, and there are no creeds or doctrinal statements - only faith in Christ.
In this congregation, you can dress up a bit more formally, dress casually, or something in between.
Kids, youth, and people of all ages are welcome!
Over its long history in the community, and through the Simon Merry Outreach Fund, Milton Christian Church has financially supported various local agencies to meet the needs of the wider community:
Milton is situated on both sides of the Mersey River and it is the home of one of the earliest paper mills in Nova Scotia.
The first church was built in 1834. Disciples moved into their second church building in 1864. After 150 years, the church building started to show its age and it had structural issues. In 2015, construction began on a new building that would be more energy efficient and wheelchair accessible. The present building was completed in 2016.
The main floor has a modern kitchen and an open concept space for worship and other special events.
Rev. Russell Prime
The church is located on the banks of the Mersey River