285 Sitch Road
(Corner of Earl and Sitch Roads)
O’Connor Township, Kakabeka Falls
Ontario, P0T 1W0


Our Daily Bread

My Utmost For His Highest

Billy Graham’s Daily Devotional

Insight for Living by Chuck Swindoll

In Touch Daily Devotional

The Free Methodist Church in Canada General Conference starts Friday May 19-22, 2017 and if you can’t make it to Toronto, I’m glad to tell you that the whole Conference is being streamed online.  So if you are not able to be physically present, I want to invite you to watch everything online.  To download a copy of the Schedule for the whole weekend, click on the following link:

Here are step-by-step instructions for accessing the Livestream:

  1. Click on this link to access the home page of The Free Methodist Church in Canada.
  2. Once you are on the FMCIC homepage you will see a small video screen with a “play” button (a right facing triangle) at the bottom of the video or in the middle of the “video screen”. Click on it and the live stream will start playing.  (Note: The Livestream will not be available until Friday evening.)
  3. If you have any trouble at all please email as this account will be monitored throughout the General Conference with the specific purpose of trouble shooting any issues that may arise.


O’Connor Free Methodist Church

Worship Service Every Sunday at 10:45 (Nursery is available)

Adult Sunday School at 9:30

Children’s Church at 10:45

Be sure to visit our Facebook page for details regarding upcoming events.


O’Connor Free Methodist Church can be found in the heart of O’Connor Township near the corner of Earl and Sitch Roads, just one kilometre off Highway 595.  We enjoy a beautiful rural setting, a true “country church” within a short distance from South Gillies, Hymers, Kakabeka Falls, Conmee, Nolalu and Kaministiquia.


We have been serving the O’Connor Township and the surrounding community for over 100 years.  We are a diverse and vibrant congregation and we love to welcome everyone to join us as we come together to worship and celebrate Jesus Christ as our Lord and Saviour.  This website is not just an information site (although it is that) but a reflection of our service and love to our communities.