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!
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…
Join us online for shared summer worship.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll do our best to accommodate your requests!
In addition to our regular Youtube Service – we’ll have a Zoom gathering with kids at 11am! Link to follow–watch your email!
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 (https://www.youtube.com/user/unitedchurchofcanada). Please bring water with you to participate in the service.
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.
You will find the worship services under the “Sermons” tab on the home page.
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…