St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Victoria Harbour: Wednesday & Friday, 10:00-11:30 am. The Victoria Harbour Food Bank would like to thank Unity’s congregation for its continued support. Currently, the Food Bank DOES NOT NEED: pasta, canned ham, or dish soap. They DO NEED: peanut butter, toilet paper, canned vegetables, spaghetti sauce, small boxes of cereal, pancake mix, cookies, and canned fruit. Fundscrip gift cards for local grocery stores are welcome. Also, any extra vegetables or fruit from your gardens would be appreciated.
Unity United Church is meeting weekly via Zoom. We have a full worship service including scripture, a message, a vibrant music ministry, a children’s story and regular Communion. After the service there is an opportunity to chat in breakout rooms. If you are interested in joining in with us please phone the church office (705) 835-2903 for Zoom meeting instructions or for prayer requests to be included in worship. Alternatively you can fill out the form below by clicking the >> button at the bottom of this post.
On Tuesday, May 25, seven members of the Unity Congregation joined a webinar with over 350 other concerned United Church members to look at how the Pandemic has altered how we are the church. We have and will spend more time over the next two weeks talking about: 1. What does it mean to be the church? 2. Integrating online worship with the traditional in-person gatherings. 3. Online and/or in-person ministries. We would love more Unity members to join in the conversation.The webinar is from 7-8:30 pm on June 1 and June 8.The information shared and the conversations had will help shape what Unity look like when we are able to return to in-person worship.For more information, or to ask questions, please contact Lois Brown, Carol Galbraith, Barbara Jones, Myrna Jones, or Jane Smitham.We hope you see the importance of this learning time and if God leads you to join, please reach out to one of us.