Cobourg Alliance Church

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Cobourg Alliance Church exists to prepare every generation to change their worlds for Christ.  We do this by creating environments where people can learn what it means to love and be loved by God, empowering everyone to serve according to their unique gifting and show the way by living and sharing the story of God.

Plan Your Visit

We would be thrilled to have you join us for one of our weekend services; Sundays at 9:00 am and 11:00 am at our main campus on Ontario street.

No need to dress up.  Come as you are or as you want and bring the family.  In fact, if you know what weekend you are planning on coming let us know in advance!

  • Main Campus:  1333 Ontario Street just north of the 401. | Directions


To get a taste of our weekend services we would invite you to listen to one of our weekend messages.


Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to dress up?
Nope. We like you just the way you are.

Do you have programs for my kids during the weekend services?
We sure do! We offer a full range of programs for babies through to grade 5. Kids grade 1-5 start in the main service with their parents.  If you are new or visiting please accompany your child to their class to sign them in.  Click here for more about KIDS at CAC.

Do you have programs for teenagers?
Absolutely!  We invite our teens to join us in our services, but we have a very active and vibrant student ministry.  Click here for details about RIOT and MERGE.  Students grade 6 and up are encouraged to serve in KIDS' Ministry and the Main Service on Sunday mornings.

What if I’m not sure about Christianity?
Perfect.  Lots of people join us who are just exploring faith.  We welcome you to come with your questions and doubts and explore at your own pace.

TALK TO US

905.372.2311

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VISIT US

1333 Ontario St.
Cobourg, ON
K9A 4J7

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SUNDAY SERVICES

9AM & 11AM

Nursery: Babies to 2yrs
Waumba Land: 2s&3s | JK/SK
UpStreet: Grade 1-5

Grade 1-5 start in the main service