Community Events

 

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Links and information on community events that may be of interest and relevance to our congregation.


 

KUC Annual Giant Book Sale – Kanata United Church’s popular book sale – over 35,000 quality books! The three-day sale takes place Feb. 22nd to 24th! Thursday – 5 to 9 pm; Friday – 1 to 9 pm; Saturday – 9 am to 2 pm. The “Kids Only” sale takes place Thursday afternoon from 1 pm to 4:30 p.m. – kids shop while parents/caregivers relax nearby. 


Hearts4Caribbean Fundraiser – for the devastated Island Nations hit by hurricanes in September, on Friday, February 23 from 5-11pm at Riverside United Church.  Cost $5.00


Black History Month with Big Soul in concert, Saturday, February 24th 7:30 pm at Fourth Avenue Baptist Church.  Tickets $20.


Start The CONVERSATION ~ a Woman’s heart health across her lifespan, Monday, February 26th, 2018 7:00-9:00 pm at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, Stittsville.


“Signs & Wonders,” a musical production by the Watoto Children’s Choir. Kanata United Church on Saturday, March 3, 2018, at 6:00 PM. Please contact Josh for more information: 613.592.5834 or music@kuc.ca 


Messy Church Fiesta @ Emmanuel United Church, Saturday, March 3, 2018


Lunch and Card Party at St. Mark’s (1606 Fisher Avenue) – book your table now!  Wednesday, March 7th – come and enjoy noon till 3:30 pm.  $60 per table:  ($15 per person).  Contact Carol Russell at 613-224-9403.


Spend a week in Taizé, France, August 2018 for youth 18-35 ~ Got you interested?  Contact:  Sr. Marie-Pierre 613-241-7515 or email taize@101parent.ca


U.C.C. Responds to Emergencies around the World

The United Church of Canada is monitoring several situations around the world where people are facing the effects of extreme weather events. Please join us in praying for those impacted by these events, our partners in the regions, and those who remain in harm’s way from approaching storms. The United Church of Canada is accepting donations for relief efforts related to Hurricane Irma that it supports through its partners in the Caribbean and Cuba and through its full communion partner, The United Church of Christ, for the Gulf Coast. Emergency relief has also been sent to flooded parts of southeast Asia, and contributions have been made through the Foodgrain Banks to help families in India. The U.C.C. is also working with First Nations communities in Northern Manitoba to determine the best response to the devastation caused by forest fires.  To find out how you can help go to the U.C.C. webpage or phone 1-800-268-3781. 


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