Past Events

Online Shared Summer Worship

Over the months of July and August, we are partnering with local churches in the area to share services.  We will host a wide variety of preachers in order that we can travel the region from the comfort of our couches!

In-Person Outdoor Worship; on-line service also available

Join with us on the labyrinth for in-person worship at 10:30 AM. Bring your masks, lawn chairs, (maybe a hat and water too!) as we socially distance worship together! Weather permitting! The in-person worship service will be cancelled in the event of inclement weather. Check our website for updates. Note: No access to the church building…

Hymn Sing Sunday

Join us for our weekly online worship service as we sing some of your favourite hymns.(Note: this service will NOT be ‘live’ on Zoom. It will be a prerecorded service.) Slight change – send your requests now to  We’ll do our best to accommodate your requests!

Celebrate our Children

In addition to our regular Youtube Service – we’ll have a Zoom gathering with kids at 11am!  Link to follow–watch your email!

United Church of Canada 96th Anniversary Service

On Thursday, June 10, join Moderator Richard Bott and others for a special online worship service to celebrate the 96th anniversary of The United Church of Canada. This service will be livestreamed on the United Church of Canada Youtube channel ( Please bring water with you to participate in the service.

Communion Sunday

Please join us for online worship. On Sunday, June 6 we will celebrate communion. You are invited to gather whatever you have available for your communion elements. For the ‘bread’: a bun, crackers (yes, Goldfish crackers are perfectly ok!), bread, etc. For the wine: juice, milk, water, wine, ice tea, etc.

Spring Faith Study: Taste & See

After Lent, beginning on Wednesday April 14th for six weeks, we will look at a DVD study by Margaret Feinberg called “Taste and See”.  We will embark on a global adventure to descend into a salt mine, knead bread, harvest olives and pluck fresh figs.  What you discover will forever change the way you read…