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182 Frontenac Street

Kingston, ON​

K7L 3S6

queensgenevahouse@gmail.com

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GET

INVOLVED

Whether you are looking for a small group of close knit friends or larger social events, there are many ways to get involved with Geneva House. 

Explore the options below to see where you can belong in our community,

or fill out the attached form to have our team reach out to you!

Huddles

Small Group | Weekly

For those looking to deepen their relationship with God and others.

Once a week, small groups of 4-5 students meet to connect about life, faith and missional living. 

 

For more information or to join a Huddle, contact Julia Kooy

Soup Supper

Large Group | Weekly

For those looking to enjoy a free meal while connecting with other members of our community.

Every Wednesday between 5:30 and 7pm, drop by to grab a bite to eat and make some friends! 

 

For more information or to join our

Soup Team, contact Victoria Sharpe

Bible Study

Medium Group | Weekly

For those looking to learn more about the Bible in a safe and fun environment.

Date and time to be determined!

 

For more information,

contact Victoria Sharpe

Social Events

Large Group | Random

For those looking to meet new friends in a variety of social settings.

 

Some events will include ice cream parties, guest speakers, BBQs and games nights! 

 

Follow us on Instagram or join our Facebook Page to stay up to date with all of our events!

English conversation class

Small Group | Weekly

connect community

Medium Group | Weekly

For those looking to practice their English Language Skills in a safe and friendly environment.

 

Every Wednesday afternoon from 4-5pm, join a group of international students to practice English speaking skills through a variety of games and activities!

 

For more information, or to connect with our International Ministry, contact 

Nancy Smith

For graduate students and

young professionals. 

In partnership with Bay Park and Bethel churches, we have created a system of lifegroups that meet regularly and then join together with everyone a few times per semester.

 

For more information, contact 

Mickeelie Webb