mgY gathering via Zoom

For high school,college and university students!
Friday, February 19th at 7pm we gather virtually via ZOOM. 

  • Let’s catch up with how we are all doing, especially as we observe the red zone regulations in Oakville.   
  • We didn’t have time last time to watch Michael’s film, so hopefully he will agree to show it to us tomorrow night.  Again –  no pressure Michael if you don’t want to do this. 
  • For a little faith talk, I would like to engage in a discussion and learning opportunity for all of us about Lent. 
  • What is Lent? 
  • Why have Lent?   
  • Is this something that may or may not impact my life as a Christian.  
  • A request to participate on Saturday, April 3rd with the “pilgrimage of the cross” with other Oakville United Churches.  I have the details to share with you. 

Looking forward to seeing you and discussing the above and other topics with you.  If you think your friends might be interested please forward this email.  For sure,  All are welcome!
Zoom link is in the eNews or email Rev. Kerry –

Stay safe, stay warm and keep well.   Looking forward to seeing you tomorrow night. 

Rev. Kerry (he/him)

The United Church of Canada acknowledges that its buildings and ministries, from coast to coast to coast, are on the traditional territories of Indigenous Peoples.

MGUC volunteers prepare 50 meals at Kerr Street Mission.

Carol Heimbach and Wendy Duff, having recently volunteered to lead the team of volunteers at Maple Grove United Church (MGUC) in providing food for low-income and at-risk families at Kerr Street Mission, got off to a lightning fast start by preparing and providing 50 meals last Thursday at Kerr Street Mission (KSM). 

This program has been in place for some time between KSM and a number of groups including volunteers at MGUC.  Due to covid-19 restrictions a smaller group is currently involved and prepares the meals at KSM’s kitchen and then packs those meals in take out containers to be given out by KSM. 

Carol commented:
‘It was really quite moving to see the lineup of people last night, in the cold, waiting for their meal.’

Should you like to consider assisting this worthy cause financially, or through volunteering please refer to my earlier note about KSM Meals or feel free to contact me at

Hugh Wanless

Recording of January 31 Live Zoom Service

See Maple Grove people, (your friends and maybe yourself) recorded on the January 31 Zoom Maple Grove United Church Worship Service, led by Rev. Kerry.

Maple Grove United Church
Fourth Sunday after the Epiphany
January 31, 2021 10 a.m.
via ZOOM (live from the Sanctuary)

You are welcome to add your comment about this service below

No Sunday School – January 31

Hello Sunday School families and participants!Please note there will be no Sunday School via Zoom on January 31.  We will resume on Sunday, February 7th at 9:30 a.m.

Please join the Worship Service via Zoom that is listed in the enews. Looking forward to seeing you on February 7th. 

Stay at home, be safe and keep well. 
Peace and Blessings,Rev. Kerry 

mgY gathering via Zoom for high school,college and university students!

Welcome to all mgY (Maple Grove Youth) and friends
What: We gather to discuss our favourite podcasts, faith, and having fun in these stay at home times. 
When:  This Friday, January 22nd from 7-8:15 pm
How:  via Zoom
To attend: email Rev. Kerry at to get the Zoom link
Ages:  High School, College, University
Looking forward to connecting on Friday. 
Stay safe and keep well. 
Peace,Rev. Kerry Stover (pronouns: he/him)

Maple Grove UC Sunday School Sunday January 24th via Zoom at 9:30am.

All are welcome!

Storyteller, Pat Thompson, will lead in the story of the Baptism of Jesus.  
Natasha Lim will lead in the craft of making a beautiful dove and
Eran Rozen will lead the music. 

Craft materials are located on the table located in the accessible entrance Friday afternoon from 2-6pm and on Saturday from 10am-2pm.  
If you would like your young ones to be included please email Rev. Kerry,, and he will send you the Zoom link.  
We look forward to welcoming and seeing you in Sunday School on the 24th at 9:30am. 

Peace,Rev. Kerry Stover (pronouns: he/him)

Messy Church by Zoom

Everyone is invited to join the Messy Church Zoom gathering Saturday Jan. 9th at 4:30 pm.  This is a collaborative event between St. Paul’s, St. John’s and Maple Grove. 
For this Messy Church we will be together, this time virtually, in order to sing, worship, do theme based crafts and have a relaxed time of conversation as we snack before our families then prepare for dinner/supper and carry on the discussion that started during Messy Church. 

Participants will need to register, see the following link, in order to receive the Zoom link on Friday afternoon.  Messy Church (from the safety of our homes) via Zoom Saturday, January 9, 2021, from 4:30 – 5:15 PM (pre-register by January 7th)   

THEME:    “Let There Be Light” Worship and Music, Craft Time and Sharing with others
Register at:

Questions, please contact Ilana Green at   craddy25@hotmail
or Rev. Kerry at
Blessings for a wonder-filled New Year!

A shout out to all mgY (Maple Grove Youth) and friends

What:  What’s going on in this new year (mix of faith and fun)
When: This Friday, January 8th from 7-8:15 pm
How:   via Zoom
To attend:  email Rev. Kerry at  to get the Zoom link
Ages:   High School, College, University
Co-hosted by:  Elisabeth Contini (formerly a mgY’r)
Rev. Kerry and Elisabeth are looking forward to seeing the mgY online Friday. 

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