Every Sunday at 10:30 – 11:45 a.m.we gather to explore what it means to live life with God at the centre. Through our music and singing, our speaking and sharing, our stories and listening, our prayers and offerings, our gifts and creativity, we are encouraged and challenged as we strive to love God and others.
At UCC, we hope to be a welcoming place. Wear what you’re comfortable in. There’s no need to dress up to come here, but if you do, that’s fine too! We spend the beginning portion of the morning singing songs together and listening to a message based on our current series. Afterwards, grab a drink and head to one of the round tables at the back of the sanctuary for some facilitated discussion centred on the message. It’s a great way to explore the theme of the morning and meet some new people!
During the first Sunday of every series we celebrate the Eucharist during our time of worship. Instead of discussion groups, we share a meal together.
CURRENT SERIES: Sabbath – Reflection, Rejuvenation & Revolution
UPCOMING SERIES: Advent (starting Sunday, November 25th)
If you have children from newborn to age 4, don’t forget to check out our nursery care on Sunday morning. The first door on the right when you walk up the stairs, the nursery is equipped with games, toys and books to make every child’s experience enjoyable. It’s staffed by capable and caring volunteers who will lead your child(ren) in play and fun activities where they can meet Jesus too.
For children in grade school (K-8), our Sunday School classes happen downstairs in the Orange Room. Each week wonderful volunteer teachers and helpers lead children as they explore scripture through songs, crafts, stories and games. We are currently using a curriculum called “Whirl Classroom” by Sparkhouse.
We believe that as a church, we aren’t here just to serve ourselves. We believe we have an active role to play a part in sharing God’s love with our community. Every month 10% of our offering goes towards supporting an international or local charity, or individuals and families who are in need. One month we might be supporting a local women’s shelter, another we might make a donation to purchase medical treatments for people in India suffering with leprosy, and still another we might support a local family going through a time of crisis. Often times suggestions come straight from the people who attend UCC connecting our heart and our hands.
Past Series – Won’t You Be My Neighbour.