About the Huntsville Gospel Hall


Who are we?

We are an assembly of Christians meeting together at Huntsville Gospel Hall, Huntsville, Ontario Canada. We are currently meeting for Services in our new building at 65 West Rd. in Huntsville.

We are an independent assembly of believers in the Lord Jesus Christ and have no denominational affiliation.

Our order of services are as follows:

Sunday Services

Breaking of Bread
9:30 A.M.
You are welcome to observe the Christians in assembly fellowship remember the Lord Jesus as He commanded. The meeting is unstructured. You will observe the giving out of hymns, prayers, and the reading of scripture by brethren as they are exercised before the Lord. In the last third of the meeting, after giving of thanks, the emblems (Bread and Wine) will be passed and members of the Assembly will partake of the emblems individually. A collection from members will also be taken.

Short Break Follows then:

Children’s Bible Hour and Adult Bible Study
11:00 am – 12:00 noon.
Children and Youth are welcome to attend our Sunday school bible hour every Sunday as the adults have a bible class.

Gospel Service
6:30 pm
The Gospel Service will be taken by the brethren of the assembly. This consists of a reading of a passage from the Bible and preaching concerning the Bible truth that has been read.

Prayer and Bible Study
Tuesday 7:15 P.M.
The format of this meeting includes a half hour prayer and a half hour of consecutive chronological Bible Study.

We Believe…..
That The Holy Bible teaches, among other things:
Its own divine authority, absolute accuracy, and verbal inspiration. (II Tim. 3:16, II Peter 1:21).

That the one true God eternally exists in three equal persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. (Matt 28:19; II Cor. 13:14).

That Jesus Christ is the only begotten and eternal Son of God, miraculously born of the virgin Mary, and the only One whose life was absolutely sinless. (John 1:1; Matt. 1:18, 23; I John 3:5).

That man is ruined by the fall of Adam in Eden, and is universally and utterly sinful by nature, and that is it impossible for him to be saved by his own works or religious observances. (Rom. 3:23; Eph. 2:8,9; Titus 3:5).

That man is entirely unfit for the presence of God in his natural state, and must be “Born again” before he can enter heaven (John 3:3; I Peter 1:23).
That on Calvary’s cross, Christ fully and eternally paid the penalty of sin and completed the work of redemption, God attesting to this finished work in raising Him from among the dead and seating Him at His own right hand in heaven. (I Cor. 15:17-20; Romans 4:25; Acts2:32).

That in accepting Him by faith the sinner is saved, is born again, his sins all forgiven through the merits of the blood of Jesus Christ shed on the cross. (Acts 16:31; John 1:12; Col 1:14).

That all who are saved should be baptized by immersion in obedience to His will. Also, that they should remember Him by observing the “Lord’s Supper” each Lord’s day. However, only those who are clean in life and sound in doctrine are qualified to partake of this supper. (Matt. 28:19; Mark 16:16; Romans 6:4; Acts 2:41; 20:7; I Cor. 11:23-26).

That all who die in Christ, go to be “With Him” in heaven, but that all who die unsaved, go down to hell into conscious eternal torment. (II Cor. 5:6-8; Phil. 1:23; Psalm 9:17; Luke 16:23).

That Christ is coming again for the living saints and raise the dead in Christ. (John 14:3; I Cor 15:51-54; I Thess. 4:13-18; Rev 20:4).

That all the unconverted dead will rise again to the judgment of the “great white throne”, and will there be judged according to “those things which were written in the books”, and finally cast into the “lake of fire”. (John 5:28, 29; Acts 17:31; Rev 20:11-15).

That Christ is the Builder and Head of the Church (Ephesians 2:20, 5:23; Matthew 16:18). In all things, He has the pre-eminence. He is the only perfect example that we must seek to follow.

Although we do not have a visible head, the Bible teaches that the local church is governed by elders (pastors and shepherds) and deacons who, according to the Scriptures, are given the spiritual and temporary responsibilities of the local church.

In Conclusion
If you are not saved, we have an interest in your soul’s eternal welfare, and we invite you to come and hear the gospel preached. It is “The power of God unto salvation to everyone that believeth”. (Romans 1:16).

If you are saved, you will be most welcome at the Gospel Hall, and we believe you will find the Spiritual food and fellowship that your soul requires and longs for as a child of God.

If you are a parent, we would be very happy to see your children at our Sunday School where only the plain and simple truths of the Word of God are taught them. We seek to take an individual interest in each child and instruct him in the way that will lead to his salvation early in life, so that he will be kept from evil and live to the glory of God in days to come.

You and your family are cordially invited to attend the meetings. They are conducted in an orderly fashion with a reverence for God. No public collections or appeals for funds are ever made at any meeting.
If you require a ride or would like further information please contact us:
Via our web site address or by telephone.
David Traves
Albert Grainger



  1. Good afternoon I am writing you with hopes that the CDA and the Huntsville Gospel Hall could partner together and host one of our clothing donation boxes.

    CDA boxes are 100% Charity and help 9 Million Canadians every year by raising $10 Million dollars to support education, awareness, prevention, advocacy, and kids D-Camps sending 1600 + children with type diabetes to camp.

    A few quick facts about the Clothesline Program:

    1. CDA is the gold standard in the industry for 29 Years, and is a registered 100% Charity. Our Charitable # is 11883 0744 RR0001
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    I look forward to speaking with you at your earliest convenience about partnering with you.
    Best Regards

    Ryan Michaels
    Territory Manager
    GTA & Central Ontario, Muskoka
    C: (416) 333-2792

  2. I am Carolyn stickland, wife of the late Gerry stickland. I am trying to contact Mike Palmer, hoping that he remembers what work Gerry had done on his house in Novar….I feel certain that Mike would have helped. I live overseas now so need to resort to this method of searching. Thank you. May God bless you more!!

  3. Good Afternoon
    I am a graduate nurse from Orillia Soldiers Memorial Hospital 1969 and we are looking for a class mate Barbara Cox who I believe attended your church in the 60’s . Would anyone have a whereabouts of her. We are planning a big 50th celebration next May and would like to locate her. If you could please put me in touch of her family or Barb. I would really appreciate it. Myrna Jones

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