Wyman Memorial UC

"The Gift" - the theme of this years Candlelight Celebration led by our wonderful choir!  All are welcome.  A reception follows.  Free-will offering.

The Wyman Breakfast Club meets on Saturday morning in Wyman Hall.  A continental breakfast is served, and a 5$ donation is suggested.

Our speaker will be Rod Hodgson, who will talk about Vimy, and about the effect his visit there some 20 years ago had and still has on him.

Friday 6 to 9 p.m. & Saturday 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

A large selection of fiction, non-fiction, reference, children’s, special books
and magazines (eg. National Geographic, Smithsonian, etc.) available at lowest prices. This is a great chance to stock up on your fall and winter reading.

Don’t miss this popular event!

All proceeds to go to local projects and outreach projects of the Mission and Service Fund.

Welcome to our Sunday morning worship!  What you get - a service with music, a reflection that is relevant, and a warm welcome over coffee afterwards.

Our atmosphere is relaxed and inclusive.

Most weeks we don't have a seperate program for children - we do when there are enough who are 4 and up - but we do have a really child-friendly area at the back of the church.

Join us from 10:30-11:30 a.m.!

A Men’s Choir from Ottawa, The Valley Men, will present a concert at Wyman.
Tickets are FREE - with a free-will offering.

Come and enjoy, and support the congregation with your free-will offering!

Below are some of the pieces in their repertoire:

The Valley Men is a male choir of about 20 - 24 members from the Ottawa area.  Each fall since 1994, we have gone on tour, performing mostly in small rural towns.  The late George Wallace (1932-2015) initially formed the group to take a musical message of hope to the areas of Newfoundland and Labrador that had been devastated by the closing of the Cod Fishery.
Saturday, June 18, 2016 - 16:30 to 18:30

We're at it again!  Messy Church is always.... different.  And so far we have had a wide variety of people attending - from toddlers to octagenarians, and all have enjoyed.  Messy church is interactive, Messy Church is about doing things together, Messy Church is worship that does not look at all like Sunday morning, and Messy Church is learning about God and faith in a way that does not look like your traditional Sunday School.  Oh, and Messy Church includes a shared meal.  Join us on Saturday, June 18 from 4:30 - 6:30 p.m.