Once again, we have taken the difficult step of suspending worship in order to care for and protect the most vulnerable among us. With COVID numbers in our area of the province higher than they have ever been, we will remain closed for at least 2 more weeks. You are invited to use this print resource to worship at home. Find a comfortable quiet space, use a candle, if you have one, or a battery candle, if that is what is best for your living space. If you are more comfortable worshipping from home, please follow our "At Home Services" below.
To see sermons prior to what is shown here, please contact the church.
"We know that the Spirit speaks through music, and we are exploring new ways to listen," says Peter Woods, Ottawa's MacKay United Church minister. "In the chaos of this time, there have been many blessings and much creativity. That positive energy is the way forward. We are learning and sharing what we learn with the rest of the church."
Welcome to the Sundre United Church
While the Sundre United Church Pastoral Charge was inaugurated on September 29, 1942, our roots go back to 1924 when our community was served by student missionaries from Eastern Canada.
As the time of COVID 19 distancing progresses, know that we are still the United Church, striving to serve you and the community. Our ability to do that requires financial support, and we are so very grateful for those who are able to continue to support us in these challenging times. Please click here or the red button above to help your church during this time.
The United Church is the largest Protestant denomination in Canada. Ours is a rich history closely entwined with the development of Canada itself.
Like other Christian churches, The United Church of Canada is rooted in God, Jesus, and the Bible. However, the way we understand God, practice our faith, and read the Bible is distinct, just as it is distinct in other denominations of the Christian church.
We're glad you're here and hope you find information that is helpful, inspirational, and leads you to a closer relationship with God.
Reverend Tammy Allan is still attending in-person worship at Sundre United at 1:30 p.m. If you would like to join the live stream of Sunday's 9:30 a.m. service, please go here and click the live stream.