After moving to online services on December 24th and continuing to monitor the Omicron variant, the Logistics Committee (responsible for COVID-19 Safety) and the joint Carlisle/Kilbride Board have approved the re-opening of our buildings for worship. The following guidelines will be in place. Attendees will need to be double vaccinated. Please bring your proof of … Continue reading February 2022 COVID-19 Update: Re-opening for Worship
The Logistics Committee (responsible for COVID-19 Safety) and the joint Carlisle/Kilbride Board have approved the following policies for the re-opening of our buildings for worship. The rules are in keeping with local and Ontario Health guidance. Attendees will need to be fully vaccinated or have proof of a negative PCR test within the last 48 … Continue reading September 2021 COVID-19 Update: Re-opening for Worship
We are not yet ready to open our sanctuary for in person worship services however the work and fellowship of our community of faith continues as we await the ability to safely worship together in person. In October of 2020, we said goodbye to our supply minister Pastor Sue Cowan and named Rev. Allison Playfair … Continue reading February 2021 COVID-19 Update: Kilbride United Church Services Paused
I am more than overjoyed to be able to send you the following update from our Carlisle/Kilbride Ministry and Personnel Committee (Sharon Banks represents Kilbride) regarding Pastor Sue Cowan’s renewed appointment. Feel free to call or email Maureen Trenkler firstname.lastname@example.org or Sharon Banks email@example.com if you wish to discuss this or just to chat. Maureen … Continue reading Pastor Sue Cowan Appointment Renewed until September 2020
15 “I am the true vine, and my Father is the vinegrower. 4 Abide in me as I abide in you. Just as the branch cannot bear fruit by itself unless it abides in the vine, neither can you unless you abide in me. 5 I am the vine, you are the branches. Those who … Continue reading Message from our Pastor, Sue Cowan
WOW! Thank you to the Kilbride Makers Market team of vendors organized byNicola Roberts. The Dec 7th event was a huge success. The vendorsgenerously donated $250 to Kilbride United Church in addition to the $323.25and food items gathered for the Wesley Christmas Store. Nicola confirms, "This event started as a fun way to get the … Continue reading Kilbride Makers Market 2019
Epiphany is one of the most joyous feast days in the church year as we celebrate the visit of the Magi and Jesus’ coming as Savior of all people. Because it happens 12 days after Christmas, the celebration can be lost in post-holiday fatigue. The congregation at Kilbride United had a wonderful Epiphany Service followed … Continue reading Epiphany at Kilbride United
Kilbride United volunteers Sharon Banks, Sharon Curran, Susan Nicholson, Kevin K and Maureen Trenkler were honoured to bring the Kilbride United Church and Kilbride School donations to the Wesley Free Store. Thank you to the Kilbride Makers Market for their $430 plus donation to Wesley.
The United Church Observer has put up a YouTube video about the Elnabrees family that we helped to sponsor.
Photo of the Elnabrees family at the Come and Go Tea at St. Stephen United Church on March 20, 2016. Such a happy day!
Refugees Yousef and Safia Elnabrees (foreground) and two of their grandchildren, Jamal, 7, and Dina, 9, enjoy a family get-together in Hamilton last weekend with their son, Magdy, daughter-in-law, Afaf Elnajjar, and Flamborough ministers Rev. Christina Paradela and Rev. Diane Blanchard