Nursery and Sunday School for children and youth is available.
Every Tuesday at 10:30am
All are invited for a time of silent meditation, prayer and healing.
Walk our outdoor labyrinth for prayer and meditation.
Coming in November 2015!
The mission of Bells Corners United Church is to celebrate God's presence and to advance God's purpose within our local community and the global village by applying Christ's teachings. We carry out this mission, as servants of God and ambassadors of Christ, by providing to members, adherents, and others, individually and collectively, opportunities to:
expressing our communion with God through meaningful worship;
fostering Christian fellowship and love;
sharing Christ's good news, and fostering spiritual and intellectual growth in the knowledge of God's Word and the ways of the Spirit, through Christian education and prayer;
seeking justice and well-being for all humanity, including future generations regardless of creed, colour, or race;
exercising responsible stewardship;
reaching out to assist those in spiritual, physical, economic or social need;
participating in the mission of The United Church of Canada;
joining with other congregations, churches, and faiths to pursue God's work.
Our church building is located at the corner of Old Richmond Road and Moodie Drive, but the ministry of our church is carried out every day by hundreds of people throughout our community who are living by faith and love. This Web Site contains information about some of the many exciting and important ministries that are offered by our congregation in the areas of Spiritual Growth, Christian Education, Community Service and World Outreach. Many community groups also make use of our facility, and their activities are also listed. We invite you to participate in whatever way appeals to you. We hope that you will be blessed by your involvement.
February 7–Transfiguration Sunday/All-Age Worship
Sermon Focus:“Transformed” (Luke 9: 28-36 (37-43a)<
February 10–Ash Wednesday Service
Location:“6:30pm in the Music Room”<
February 14–First Sunday in Lent / Communion
Sermon Focus:“Hope in the Wilderness”<
February 21–Second Sunday in Lent
Sermon Focus:“Foxes and Hens” (Luke 13: 31-35
We know that once high school ends, college, university and careers often take young adults away from home and the church family.
This is a way to keep in touch with happenings at BCUC; so please join us by 'friending':
Lorrie Lowes on Facebook and we'll get you set up!