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The Church council will review Ontario Step One information on June 15. Stay tuned. In the meantime, we know that over the centuries Christian communities have found ways to worship under much tougher conditions than we are facing today. Pentecost comes from the Greek word pentekoste meaning “50th” (day). Pentecost is a reference to the […]

The Church council will review Ontario Step One information on June 15. Stay tuned. In the meantime, we know that over the centuries Christian communities have found ways to worship under much tougher conditions than we are facing today.

Pentecost comes from the Greek word pentekoste meaning “50th” (day). Pentecost is a reference to the Jewish festival Shavuot or the Festival of Weeks, which is held on the 50th day after the second day of Passover. This festival celebrates the giving of the Torah to the Israelites at Mount Sinai. In Acts 2, it is said that the disciples had gathered on the day of Pentecost, or the day of the festival of Shavuot. That’s when the wind and fire and Spirit came!

The liturgical colour is red. Red is a primary colour and a warm colour. It symbolizes fire, spirit, energy, passion, strength, power, intensity, courage, and determination. It draws to mind the flames dancing over the disciples and friends of Jesus gathered in the upper room on the day of Pentecost. While the day of Pentecost lasts only one day, the Season of Pentecost lasts all the way to Labour Day.

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This Sunday June 13, 2021, we invite you to a special service of the 96th Anniversary of the United Church of Canada and a message by The Very Reverend Richard Bott, the Moderator of the United Church of Canada.

This is the link to the service The 96th Anniversary Service – YouTube

Please note this is instead of our weekly podcast as your minister and crew are taking a week off (after over 60 consecutive Sundays, but who’s counting.)

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Our podcast for June 6, 2021:

Here is our worship podcast for the second Sunday of Pentecost, which is also Trinity Sunday, May 30 2021

Our Worship Podcast for Pentecost, 2021 – May 23

Here is our Easter Seven worship, for May 16, 2021

Here is our Easter Six worship service for May 9, 2021

Easter Five – May 1 2021 worship

Our Easter Four podcast for April 25, 2021

Here is our worship podcast for April 18.

We continue to celebrate, with Easter Two, on April 11, 2020

Our virtual worship service celebrating Easter 2021.

Palm Sunday, March 28, 2021.

Our March 21 Lent Five worship

Our March 14, 2021 LENT FOUR worship – ready when you are

Our worship for March 7, 2021 – Lent Three

Our worship podcast for February 28, 2021

Our worship podcast for February 21, 2021 the first Sunday in Lent

Happy Valentine’s Day. Our Worship for February 14, 2021

Here is our worship service for Sunday, February 7

Count your blessings

Our worship podcast for January 31 2021

Our worship podcast for January 24, 2021

Our worship for January 17, 2020 including some words of hope.

Our worship for January 10, the baptism of Jesus. We borrow this image from another wing of Christianity, the only place we could find a Jesus that wasn’t a white guy with blue eyes.

January 10 worship podcast

Our Epiphany worship, recorded for you shortly after Christmas

Christmas Eve 2020 Service

 Earlier worship podcasts can be found HERE

You can navigate using the buttons at the top of this page…To learn about our Minister, Mr. Mark Winger, click here

 
 
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Stoney Creek United Church welcomes you to its site! We hope your visit will allow you to learn about us or, if you know us already, to learn more about the mission, the people, and the programs that work together to make us the heart of the community since 1792.

You’ll find us at the corner of King Street and Lake Avenue in the heart of beautiful downtown Stoney Creek. For directions on how to find us, click here.

For upcoming events taking place in our church, please visit the Upcoming Events page.

Please feel free to explore our website and contact the church office at 905-662-4963 or by e-mail if you have any further questions. Better yet, join us for worship Sunday morning at 10AM (when we are worshipping in person again.) Words and pictures on the screen don’t really let you know what we’re all about. Dress code: casual.