Programs

Children’s Programs

Our young people and children usually meet in appropriate age  groups and/or collectively on Sunday mornings from 11:15 a.m. to noon following participation in the worship service  at 11 a.m

All ages in the Sunday School program are welcome to take part in its annual Christmas drama/musical presentation usually at the Sunday morning service prior to Christmas day. Rehearsals generally take place during Sunday School time in the fall months.

Children and youth are also encouraged to take active parts in Sunday services: ie inter-generational, theme, or special occasion services, through music, activity, reading, drama etc.

A particularly popular children’s program, for ages 4-12 years, is the annual summer VIBE event, held for 1/2 days for one week, with a variety of theme based fun activities. Watch our Facebook page for details and sign-up information.

Handbell Choirs

Two multi-aged ensembles rehearse respectively on Mondays at 7 pm (Arlene Smith – leader) and Fridays at 3:15 pm (Anne Robertson – leader) and take part in Sunday services as chosen.

Adult Choir

Our adult choir practices weekly (see Calendar) under the leadership of David Litt and sings regularly in Sunday services. Other ministry of music includes vocal ensemble, solos, instrumentals, etc.

Book Club

Open to all, this lively group meets 5 – 6 times per year usually on a Tuesday evening at 7 pm with Tea & Treats and Discussion. Contact is Rebecca Taylor.

UCW (United Church Women)

An opportunity for social/educational/spiritual engagement, this group meets on a monthly basis with additional regional events and retreats available. Community outreach programs/entertainment are provided by members on occasions for the local Bon Air Nursing Home.  Funeral luncheon catering is also offered. Contacts are Anne Robertson and Joanne Traczuk.

Community Groups Use of Facility

Check our Calendar for a variety of community group programs that are welcomed in our facility. Contact information also included in Calendar listing.