Proclaiming God's unchanging Word for our changing times.

We’re a young church that started in 1995 following the Billy Graham campaign when 24 of us from Pine Ridge Bible Chapel in Oshawa left, with their blessing, to start a new work in Whitby. Others joined from a number of different places so we all wore name tags as we got to know one another. The initial leadership consisted of Kirk Dupre, Angus Henderson, Doug McIntosh and Bob Spry.

Not having a building of our own we rented space in the Baptist Leadership Education Center (BLEC) near Taunton & Brock in Whitby across from what was then Cullen Gardens. The first meeting was held on September 17th, 1995 and we called ourselves Lynde Creek Bible Chapel. Our goal was to eventually have our own building, as the Lord desired and led.



That goal came closer to reality on May 13th, 2000 with the Dedication of the future site of the new chapel. Then, in the summer of 2000, construction on the new building began. It progressed throughout the year with the Lord blessing the work with funding and volunteer workers. On February 11, 2001, the first meeting of the newly renamed assembly, Rossland Ridge Bible Chapel, commenced.


As the work has grown planning started in 2008 for the completion of the building by adding an auditorium and more classrooms as the original plans had called for. May He continue to be honoured and His name lifted up by the ministry of this place.


Our Vision

It is our mission to be a growing community of believers in the Town of Ajax and to fully follow Christ's mandate for His Church by applying 1st century New Testament principles in a 21st century church (Ephesians 4:14-16, Colossians 1:10).

We envision achieving this mission by focusing primarily on 4 things:


By being a church family where each person realizes a sense of belonging and contributing to the mutual support of one another and by being encouraged to develop and use their God-given giftedness for the benefit of others.  (1 Corinthians 12:25-27)


By being a body of believers in which the Lord Jesus Christ can truly be worshipped as Head of His Church with weekly prayer, praise and remembrance, living lives of gratitude and simple obedience to His Holy Word. (Acts 2:42; I Corinthians 11:23-26; Colossians 3:16,17)


By being a lighthouse from which the light of the Gospel, salvation from sins found alone in our Lord Jesus Christ, can clearly shine out to our community, our country and the world. (1 Thessalonians 1:8)


By being a centre of learning, equipping and growing in the knowledge of our Lord, so that we might individually and as a church live a life of faith that more and more reflects the wisdom, grace and love seen in Him.  (Ephesians 4:11-16)