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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.
 

News Flash: Stoney Creek, August 4, 2019

The two-year journey to explore just where we belong is over. Our church is here to stay, and we’re right where most people – inside and outside the church – said they wanted us to be. Now we need a name for our community hub, because we’ve made some changes.

Now our community hub needs its own special name.

We see our space as your space, and we’d like
you to have a hand in naming it. To add to the
fun, we’re holding a contest to NAME THAT
COMMUNITY CENTRE/HUB. The prize for the
winning entry will be a free Saturday afternoon
party in the church auditorium and kitchen (we
provide the space and you provide the party). This
would be a great chance to have the whole family
over for Thanksgiving, or celebrate a significant
anniversary or other event.

Entries must be received by Wednesday, August
28.

Send us your suggested name by email to stoneycreekunited@gmail.com

You can provide a few reasons for your suggested
name or let it speak for itself. Be sure to include
your own name, in case it isn’t the same as your
email address. We’ll contact the winner on
Sunday, September 1.

We share our home with lots of
community groups – such as yoga for
moms and babies, STEM camp,
Literacy and Mathematics Academy,
and senior fitness programs. It’s time
for Stoney Creek United Church to
name its version of a community hub.
Repurposing a church into a “hub” is
not a new idea. Churches all over the
province have turned to their
communities to take part in new ways
of doing things. Grace Place, in
Brampton, resides within Grace
United Church. St. Paul’s Centre is
housed in St. Paul’s United Church in
Orillia. The Spire is a community hub
in Kingston, named after the landmark
spire atop Sydenham Street United
Church.

 
 
 
“Two seasons – one Beautiful City.”

Here are a few quick ways to find your way around our site. You can also navigate using the buttons at the top of this page…To learn about our Minister, Mr. Mark Winger, click here

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.

To see our Google Calendar, click here.

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: words and pictures on the screen don’t really let you know what we’re all about. Dress code: casual.