Our annual Fertilizer Sale is coming fast!

58th Annual MGUC Fertilizer Sale

Volunteer Sign-Up Sheets now posted in Church Lobby!  

Sunday March 25th: Hurry to get your favorite volunteer position for this year’s Sale. We need yard workers, inside sales and customer order takers, delivery people, trucks and kitchen help. Sign up today!

Territory Captains now have their packages and delivery of Flyers should start this weekend to catch folks before they go on Easter break and then continue after Easter.

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Outreach Committee – a message from Community Living, Oakville

The Outreach Committee is asking for your help to support two young men who are clients of Community Living and who are on Crisis Funding because their families cannot afford to pay for the support of the day programs that make it possible for them to continue to live at home. Here is an excerpt from the request that we received from Alexandra Hayes, who works for Community Living:

“The day program allows these boys to have experiences in the community,… Read more Outreach Committee – a message from Community Living, Oakville


Update on refugee family who has a child with cancer
The father now has a vehicle and drivers licence but he is NOT CAPABLE YET for driving into Toronto. Therefore when the Wheels of Hope is not available we will still need volunteers to help out getting them to H.S.C. I want to thank those that stepped up so far. The family really appreciate the help. If there are other volunteers now the weather is improving please get in touch with Brenda Lewis through the church office at 905-845-5721,… Read more RESTORE HALTON

Support the Banning of Nuclear Weapons

This past year the world has become severely threatened by a nuclear weapons dispute between the United States of America and the Republic of North Korea. However, as long as nuclear weapons exist a major destruction of life on the planet is a real possibility because of deliberate use, accidental use miscalculated use, or use of these weapons by terrorists through cyber hacking or illegal possession. The Anglican Church of Canada supports Canada signing the 2017 United Nations Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons which Canada has refused to sign.… Read more Support the Banning of Nuclear Weapons

Messy Church – Help Needed

Our next Messy Church program takes place

Saturday, March 3, from 5 to 7 p.m.

All ages are invited to take part in the fun of the Bible story, crafts and a great meal together. However, we can’t do Messy Church without volunteers! And right now, we need volunteers to help in the kitchen and at the craft tables, for both the March and April Messy Church. Please let Andy King know if you can help out.

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Oomama Benefit Concert at St. John’s

There is a benefit concert happening at St. John’s United Church (262 Randall St. OakvilleFriday February 23 at 7:30 pm. If you haven’t yet heard the Oakville Children’s Choir, you will be blown away.

Also performing are tenor Mervyn Russell, soprano Charlene Pauls and pianist Herb Williams.

The tickets are only $20 ($15 for students).

This is an important fundraiser for Oomama, the local grandmother group within the Grandmothers to Grandmothers (G2G) Campaign,… Read more Oomama Benefit Concert at St. John’s



The Outreach Committee thanks these companies for their support of our refugee fund. Ethan Allen has donated showroom furniture which Millionaire’s Daughter is selling in their consignment shops and on the web in a special arrangement with us.

Go to the Millionaire’s Daughter store or check their inventory out online. You may be surprised at what you find!


Introducing The Coldest Night of The Year: Feb. 24, 2018

They Beat Their Goal!

Are you ready to brave the cold? 

Introducing The Coldest Night of The Year

February 24, 2018
Glen Abbey Community Centre, Oakville

The Coldest Night of the Year is a fun, family friendly 2, 5, 10 km walk that raises money and awareness for the hungry, homeless and hurting. This is a great opportunity to get involved in your community, support Food For Life and those who are struggling to find their next meal this winter.… Read more Introducing The Coldest Night of The Year: Feb. 24, 2018

Out of the Cold – 2018

Bruce Tanaka, Andy King and the youth will be    volunteering at Out of the Cold February 16, 2018. 

They are asking if the congregation wishes to support this mission through donations. Here is the list of needs:

  • Gently Used Clothing:
  • Men’s jeans
  • hoodies, sweatshirts
  • sweat pants
  • t-shirts and long sleeved tops
  • winter coats for both men and women
  • warm gloves for men and women
  • sturdy winter boots for men and women (no dress boots)
  • trial size soaps and shampoos

If you are inclined to purchase new items:

  • underwear,

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