Soon - Bientôt

Pizza Luncheon! 22/10/2017 - 12:00 Wyman Memorial UC
Book Sale 27/10/2017 - 18:00 Wyman Memorial UC
Turkey Dinner - Souper Noël 18/11/2017 - 17:30 Wyman Memorial UC

Wyman Memorial United Church and Cote St. Charles United Churches are inclusive welcoming churches. We also reach outside to collaborate with other communities of faith and to help individuals and communities in need who would welcome our participation and support.

Our faith is rooted in the teachings of Christ. We cherish our spiritual development and Wyman’s important role in it because it serves to explain, enrich and guide our role in this world as Christians striving to live our faith. We come together to a place where we can learn about our faith, a place where we can be listened to without being judged, a place where we can get in touch with our inner thoughts and feelings in peace, a place where we can seek understanding and support when we need and want it.

Our challenge is to live our faith and to give reality to our Mission Statement.

Date: 
22/10/2017 - 12:00

YOU ARE INVITED!

You are invited to a Pizza luncheon with salad, dessert, tea and coffee on Sunday October 22 following the Worship Service as a ‘thank you’ for your support of your church.

This is a free luncheon sponsored by the Stewardship & Finance Committee. We do hope to see you there!

A Sunday Reflection:

Sunday, September 17, 2017
Welcome to Rome, in the year 58.
 
Rome is an amazing city - a million people!  Not many cities are even close to that in ‘58.
 
And Rome is not just about population - it is about power.  Caesar.  The Senate.  The home base for everything Roman - including the Roman army.
 

September 2017 United News

In the attached United News newsletter, you will find:

  • Changing Seasons
  • Our Church Goes to Town
  • Walking Through Grief
  • Wheeling to Wyman
  • Important Upcoming Dates
  • From the Choir Loft
  • Fundscrip

A Sunday Reflection:

Sunday, September 10, 2017
If another member of the church sins against you, go and point out the fault when the two of you are alone.
 
We’re a pretty open and accepting bunch, especially here in the United Church.
But Jesus reminds us in these words that there are things that we MUST speak up about.
 
And Paul, in Romans, reminds us that everything we do, including speaking up, must be done in love.
Love - not just for the person with whom we speak, but love for all of our neighbours.
 

August 2017 United News

In the attached United News newsletter, you will find:

  • Back to Wyman
  • Smmer Reflection
  • Join the Choir
  • Fundscrip Promotions
  • United Church Observer