| Pastor, author|
| February 21, 1965 (age 52) (1965-02-21) Montreal|
York University B.A Psych Tyndale Theological Seminary M.A.
Fred Cavey, Lois Mulligan
The End of Religion: Encountering the Subversive Spirituality of Jesus, REUNION
Timothy Bruce Cavey (born February 21, 1965), is a Canadian pastor and author. He is the teaching Pastor at The Meeting House, one of Canada's largest churches. He is also the author of The End of Religion. Cavey is often a guest professor teaching university level courses around North America, particularly Tyndale Theological Seminary and Messiah College. Cavey, along with Greg Boyd, have been instrumental in introducing Christian nonviolence theology in North America.
Bruxy Cavey Wikipedia
Frederick Taylor Cavey (July 12, 1924) married Lois G. Mulligan (July 12, 1924), the couple had four children. Beverley born 1949. Stephen who was born 1952 but died at age 12 from cancer, Cathryn born 1956, and Timothy Bruce in Montreal, 1965. After his family moved to Scarborough, he was enrolled in People's Church Christian Academy. In the 1980s, Cavey participated in street evangelism. Preaching, acting out a skit, break dancing and performing art. Cavey started his own performing group, "4 Crying Out Loud!" with similar style to his street evangelism days. During that time Bruxy was also Pastoring Upper Oaks Community Church which is now called The Meeting House.
Cavey attended York University, graduating with a B.A. in psychology. At Ontario Theological Seminary, now Tyndale Theological Seminary, he obtained a Masters in Theological Studies. After seminary he worked for World Vision as a speaker, promoting and fundraising for the organization. 1991, Cavey became the pastor of Heritage Fellowship Baptist Church in Ancaster after he had spoke there while promoting World Vision.
In 1997, Cavey became the senior pastor at Upper Oaks Community Church. When Tim Day joined a few years later, Cavey transitioned into the teaching pastor. With their combined leadership the church grew over 35% annually. During that time the church's name was changed to The Meeting House to reflect anabaptist theology. By 2002, The Meeting House was overcrowded. A plan was set in motion to create The Meeting House's first regional site in Hamilton, Ontario. The Meeting House now has 19 regional sites in the greater Toronto area, playing Cavey's sermon from the week before at the main site in Oakville.The End of Religion: Encountering the Subversive Spirituality of Jesus (2007) ISBN 1-6000-6067-6
(re)union: The Good News of Jesus for Seekers, Saints, and Sinners (2017) Prerelease ISBN 1-5138-0139-2