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Temperanceville United Church is hosting a Fill a Bag Book Sale. We will also be selling homemade loaves. Bring a bag, fill it with books for your summer reading pleasure and make a donation to the church. There will be LOTS of paperback books, and a great selection of children’s books! Admission is free; Choose as many books as you would like and make a donation to the church. Loaves are priced separately. Temperanceville United Church is located at 734 King Road, Richmond Hill (corner of...

Jam Nite is back at Beach United Church, kicking off with a special summer jam edition. Beat the heat and come out on June 17 at 7pm to jam with fellow community members on musical favourites old and new. Bring your voice, your instrument, a song to share, and join us for a fun, relaxed jam session. All skill levels are welcome – even complete beginners; all you need is enthusiasm to make music together. All ages are welcome! – If you don’t have an instrument and prefer not to sing, you are...

Join us at Beach United Church (140 Wineva Ave.) for our Blessing of the Pets outdoor service on Sunday, June 16th at 10:30am. All pets are welcome – from cats to cockatiels and hamsters to hares! - In church tradition, the Day of the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi, has become known as a day to bless animals. The link to St. Francis and blessing animals flows from his theological stance regarding the care of creation and a belief of the interconnectedness of all things.

Join us at Midhurst United Church for a delicious Roast Beef Dinner! Enjoy a mouthwatering meal prepared with love by our talented chefs. This take-away event is a great opportunity to savor some home-cooked goodness. Whether you're a foodie or just looking for a tasty meal, this dinner is sure to hit the spot. Don't miss out on this chance to treat yourself to a scrumptious feast! Dinner includes roast beef, potatoes, gravy, mixed vegetables, garden salad and dressing, bun, horseradish, and...

“Mapping The Ground We Stand On” invites participants to explore Indigenous presence on the map of Turtle Island, the history of settler arrival, and how each fit into the ongoing narratives. In addition, the concepts of the Doctrine of Discovery, terra nullius, Indigenous Knowledge and Ways of Knowing will also be explored. This learning process would not be possible without the presence of Indigenous Knowledge Holder, Rev. Lee Claus, for which we are very grateful. Lee is a retired minister...