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Congregational Picnic

Congregational Picnic
On October 1st. George St. United Church held its annual congregational picnic at Rotary Park. According to all reports it was a super event and well attended. The picnic also included a church service followed by an excellent variety of food for lunch which was followed by games and fun for the entire family. #FlaGallery_sc1_35 .flagPhantom_ [...]

REMITS Congregational Update

REMITS Congregational Update
UCC’s REMITS are Here! Our 42nd General Council are putting forth five remits to be considered by pastoral charges and presbyteries (three others are being considered by presbyteries only), and the approval of any or all of these five will bring about substantive, denomination-shaping changes to our Church’s Basis of Union. The five rem [...]

United Church of Canada Remits 2016

United Church of Canada Remits 2016
UCC’s REMITS  Our 42nd General Council are putting forth five remits to be considered by pastoral charges and presbyteries (three others are being considered by presbyteries only), and the approval of any or all of these five will bring about substantive, denomination-shaping changes to our Church’s Basis of Union. The five remits bein [...]

Donations for the Association for New...

Donations for the Association for New Canadians

Caroling 2014

Caroling 2014
The Joy of Christmas Members of George St. United Church upheld an annual tradition on Sunday December 7th and shared the joy of Christmas by visiting several families and facilities to share their talent and the Christmas spirit.  Visits included: Loretta McArthur, Jean Williams and Bess Ward, Art and Mildred Taylor with daughters, Mildred T [...]

Husky Breakfast

Husky Breakfast
Again this season, Husky Energy has provided volunteers and funding to operate a “hot breakfast program” for this fall and winter. Each Monday volunteers from Husky Eneregy and the Jimmy Pratt Memorial Outreacvh Centre work as a team to provide breakfast to over 70 patrons. This is the third operational year for the Husky Breakfas [...]