Who are we?

Gateway Student Movement, is our Thursday evening group for high school students in grades 9 – 12, and middle school students in grades 6 – 8.

GSM Experience on Sundays for grades 6-8 at London Campus, and Voltage on Sundays for grades 4-8 at Komoka Campus, are a fresh approach to church with creative elements and interesting topics that will communicate God’s love and truth to our students.

GSM programs involve teams of student and adult leaders & helpers, under the direction of Pastor Wayne Giroux, our Student Movement Director.

Our Mission

Helping students awaken to and act upon the call of God.  

Thursdays

When do we meet?

During the school year we meet on Thursdays evenings, together or in small groups. We reduce our schedule for the summer and offer twice-monthly events for both groups.

Where do we meet?

Most nights we meet at the London Campus, but we will take occasional road-trips for things like camp services, our annual retreats and conventions!

High School: 6:45 – 9 PM September – May
Middle School: 6:45 – 9 PM September – April
*Doors open at 6

READ MORE ABOUT GSM THURSDAYS

Sundays

High school students attend the service of their choice.

Middle school students begin in the main auditorium and are invited to join their group during the service most weekends. These groups are a fresh approach to church, with creative elements and interesting topics that will communicate God’s love and truth to our students.

READ MORE ABOUT GSM SUNDAYS

GSM online


Parents

We welcome parents to come and see GSM in action, by inviting you to a special parent night at least once each year. Come and worship with us, ask any questions you’d like and be sure to join in on the fun!

Permission forms are required for students, under the age of 18, to attend any of our road trips, whether within the city, overnight at convention/retreat, or out of the province for a week-long mission trip. You can save time by downloading them below and printing at home!

PERMISSION FORM OVERNIGHT PERMISSION FORM

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