Living Waters Christian Assembly
|Living Waters Christian Assembly|
|Location||Nepean, Ottawa, Ontario|
|Former name(s)||Westend Church|
|Functional status||Active at different location|
|Demolished||December 22, 2017 due to fire|
|Pastor(s)||Syd and Claudia Curry|
The Living Waters Christian Assembly is a Pentecostal church, serving the west end of Ottawa, Ontario. Until November 2004 it was named The Westend Church.
Started in approximately 1995 by The Life Centre, the Westend Church moved from a renovated warehouse on Woodward Drive in Carlington, to the Fisher Park High School auditorium in Ottawa West, finally to their own building on Slack Road near Merivale Road.
The church also presents an annual Easter drama, The Crucifixion, which has been performed every year since 1985.
December 2017 Fire
The church had a fire on December 21st 2017. The fire tore through the entire building destroying everything in its path, leaving only the damaged costumes of the Easter production, "The Crucifixion". Presently, Parishioners are temporarily holding their services at Woodvale Pentecostal Church every Sunday.
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