Maple Grove United Church

Do You Knit or Crochet

shawl & cross

The MGUC Prayer Shawl Group is always looking for more knitters and crocheters to add to our supply. We are currently small in number and have supplied several shawls and blankets recently, so would welcome new helpers.

Our next meeting will be held at the home of Ellen Kaye on Thursday November 24 a 12 noon – bring your own lunch and coffee mug. You are always welcome to join us, or if you are unable to attend, you can knit on your own time. We can provide lots of easy patterns.

The shawl storage has now been placed in the file cabinets in the Children’s Chapel, along with instructions on how to package them. Feel free to offer one if you know of someone who is dealing with grief, illness, loneliness, sadness, anyone who would appreciate a warm hug and kind wishes from MGUC. There is a card attached to fill in the recipient’s name, so it can be recorded. So far well over 800 have been distributed.

You will also find above the file cabinet, some of the beautiful wooden crosses made by Tom Gilchrist that just fit comfortably in a hand. Believe me, they are much appreciated!

For more information call Judy Lilly at 905-842-8767

Booked For Lunch

"Looking for Jane" bu Heather Marshall

The book this month is Looking for Jane by Heather Marshall, and we are meeting on November 22 at noon in the children’s chapel. 

Messy Church

Come join us for Messy Church on Saturday February 11th, 2023 from 5-7pm

Join us for Crafts, Food and a story celebrating all things LOVE!

Messy Church is for busy families and others looking to make new friends


Stewardship: 2022

Dear Friends of Maple Grove,

It is that time of year again for our Annual Stewardship Campaign. 

Our congregation has been sent the following information:

  • Our Stewardship letter to the congregation including important information about our Campaign for this year.
  • A Commitment Pledge Sheet; and
  • A Narrative Budget explaining how and where donations were used last year.

Please make sure you get a chance to look through these documents which were sent on Friday September 30th to your email.  If you were unable to access the documents please contact Pam in the Church Office. 

We ask that you fill out your pledge sheet and return it to the Church office or put it in the donation plate no later than Sunday, Oct. 30th

Thank you!

Cameron Serles

Stewardship Committee


Featuring presentations from local urban Indigenous leaders from Grandmother’s Voice

Have you been looking for a way to connect and better understand your knowledge of Indigenous culture as part of your own steps of discovery for Truth and Reconciliation?

This virtual series is a partnership between the Town of Oakville and Grandmother’s Voice, a Halton-based Indigenous group.

This free series runs on Wednesday’s in November and December and will wrap up with an in person session on December 14th.  

More details are provided Here –


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