Welcome to the Galilee Centre!

Situated next to an old growth forest overlooking the Ottawa River, Galilee Centre is a welcoming holistic spiritual life centre that is an oasis of peace, care and comfort.

Sponsored by OMI Lacombe, our mission is to provide an environment, programs and services which nurture people’s personal and spiritual growth, enabling them to contribute to a healthier world.

We welcome both individual guests and groups.

To view our google calendar with upcoming events and programs click here.

Weekly Quote

"Looking behind I am filled with gratitude. Looking forward I am filled with vision. Looking upward I am filled with strength. Looking within I discover peace."

Quero Apache Prayer

News & Featured

Group Christmas Luncheons or Dinners – 2017

Plan to hold your Company Christmas Get Together or Family Gathering at the Galilee Centre this holiday season. Groups of 10 or more are welcome to have a delicious home cooked meal with all the trimmings (buffet $27/pp or served $33/pp) in our historic dining room. Call 613-623-4242 ext 21 or email info@galileecentre.com for more … Read More!


Faith & Inclusivity: The Gift of the Other – October 17, 2017

4-Part Lunch & Learn Series: 11:45 am. Lunch followed by the talk 1:00 p.m.- 3:00 p.m. *October 17 – His Eminence Imam Dr. Mohamad Jebara *October 24 – Phil Fontaine former National Chief, Assembly of First Nations *November 21 – Vivianne LaRiviere, Art of Soul Care *November 28 – Joe Gunn, Citizens for Public Justice … Read More!


Jazz Duo Suzi & Doug – October 21, 2017

8:00 p.m. Saturday, October 21st at the Neat Café, Burnstown, ON. Tickets available at the Galilee Centre & Arnprior Book Shop, $25 per person. Proceeds benefit Galilee Centre. For dinner reservations call 613-433-9960 or email neatmusicandcoffee@gmail.com


Oktoberfest Luncheon – October 26, 2017

Menu: Vegetable Borscht Soup, Crusty Rolls, Sausages & Sauerkraut, Baked Squash, Perogies with Sour Cream & Green Onions, Pear Gingerbread Upside Down Cake. $18/pp. Reservations necessary. Arrive anytime between 11:30 a.m. and 12:00 p.m.


How to Live With A Prickly Porcupine: Letting The Difficult Person Heal Us – November 10-12, 2017

Each of us often rub shoulders with a porcupine, a difficult person we wish lived in Antarctica:  the pessimist who believes every silver lining has a cloud, the passive aggressive (the dog who licks your hand before biting it), the depressive who depresses us, and the others that we thank God we are not married … Read More!