Rev. Dr. Victor Lujetic

Greetings in the name of Jesus Christ!

My name is Victor Lujetic. I am an American by birth and a Canadian by choice, and I’ve been a Christian since I was 16. I am also the Interim Pastor here at Bethany Baptist Church. Bethany was the village where Lazarus and his sisters Mary and Martha lived. Jesus often visited Bethany and always found a warm welcome in their home. Here at Bethany Baptist Church, you will also find a warm welcome among the people of this congregation. You will also find warm smiles, friendly faces, vibrant worship, uplifting music, and weekly messages that relate the Bible to everyday life.

Some people like to shop around for a church to call home by visiting several churches before making a decision. If you are one of those people, then I encourage you to do something important. Pray as you shop. While you’re shopping around, pray and ask the Lord which church He wants you to join. Believe me, if you do that, the Lord will make His will crystal clear to you. Please feel free to contact the church office at 613-224-5611 or email me at if you have any questions. If you are looking for a new church home where you can feel like family, look no further.

Come and check us out on Sundays at 10:00 for our morning worship service, and on the first Sunday of each month when we celebrate the Lord’s Supper. You’ll be glad you did!


Rev. Dr. Victor Lujetic was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Raised a Roman Catholic, he was converted to Christ at age 16 while reading the four Gospels for the first time, and he received Believer’s Baptism at Congressional Heights Baptist Church in Potomac, Maryland, in 1974. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Music from the University of Maryland in 1975. He was ordained in 1978 while serving as Youth Director at Congressional Heights Baptist. In 1981, Rev. Lujetic moved to Canada to become Director of Christian Education and Youth at Bells Corners United Church in Ottawa, where he met Sally. They married in 1984. After serving for a year as Director of Christian Development and Youth at Grantham United Church in St. Catharines, he and Sally returned to Congressional Heights Baptist in 1985, where he served as Associate Minister until 1987. After graduating with a Master of Divinity with Biblical Languages from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in 1988, Rev. Lujetic served for six years as Pastor of Pinnacle Road Baptist Church in Rochester, New York. While there, he attained a Doctor of Ministry from Southeastern Baptist Seminary in 1992. In August 1994, Dr. Lujetic and Sally returned to Canada, where he served for five years as Pastor of Agincourt Baptist Church in Scarborough. On June 5, 1998, he took his Oath of Canadian Citizenship and is now a dual citizen. In October 1999, Dr. Lujetic and Sally moved to Cambridge, where he served for 22 years as Pastor of King Street Baptist Church, attaining a Ph.D. in Apologetics and Theology from Trinity Seminary in 2010. Dr. Lujetic retired in August 2021 after 43 years of ordained ministry. Victor and Sally and their two daughters now reside in Ottawa, living just a short distance from Bethany Baptist Church.