Our History

The past hundred years has brought new energy and vitality to Pentecostalism.  The concept had its doctrinal genesis in the activities of the apostolic disciples of Jesus as recorded by the Bible in the book of The Acts of the Apostles.  Although the Pentecostal phenomenon is not new, there has been a marked resurgence of the associated concepts and principles that we currently practice.

During the time of the Apostles, it was customary for the churches to be concerned with and involved in addressing the short term and long term needs of their communities. Today, this continues to be one of the guiding principles for our church. We believe that the aim of the church in any community should be that of providing a holistic service to the constituents of that community.

Logos Apostolic Church was incorporated in the year 2000 under the direction of Reverend Bolton Noah, Senior Pastor and Chief Executive Officer. Reverend Noah has been a licensed minister for approximately twenty seven (27) years.

Logos Apostolic Church had its beginning in a rented facility. The church remained tenants of the Thistletown United Church, from the inaugural service on January 2nd 2000 to October 2003 when the property at 380 Albion Road (formerly Albion Mazda) was purchased.

Subsequent to acquiring the property mentioned above, the church embarked on a significant renovation project to convert the existing building into an impressive landmark and effective service location.  The new facility has enhanced the development of more needs-based community services.