Glen cairn united
We are called by God to be a welcoming church where we respect differences and build Christian community as we learn, grow, celebrate, and reach out in faith.
Sunday at Glen Cairn United
Join us Sunday at 10:00 AM for our worship service. You can attend in-person or watch on YouTube. You are a part of our community whether you attend in-person or online.
Support Our Work
There are many ways to support Glen Cairn United. All donation methods provide an official income tax receipt.
Give Monthly by PAR
Download the PAR Authorization Form here. Print and fill in the form. If you choose pre-authorized debit, attach a VOID cheque to your form. Mail your information to: Rose Cambourne, The United Church of Canada, 8 Switzer Street, New Lowell, Ontario L0M 1N0, or fax the form to 1-416-232-6003.
PAR givings may be changed at any time.
Transfer funds directly to the church through your online banking account. Set the church up as a new Interac e-transfer payee using firstname.lastname@example.org as the email address.
Initiate an Interac e-transfer and create a security question. For security reasons, please provide the response to your security question in a separate email.
Mail your cheques (today’s date or post-dated) to Glen Cairn United Church, 140 Abbeyhill Drive, Kanata, Ontario K2L 1H5.
The church building is closed. Please do not drop cheques off at the church.
This program raises funds for the church through the sale of gift cards. Gift cards in various denominations are available for many businesses. You receive the full value of the gift card and the church receives a donation.
Gift card purchases are not eligible for a tax receipt.
The program is managed by Sharron Ladouceur. For her information contact the church office.
Throughout The Week
Church continues! Many in-person gatherings at Glen Cairn United are online until further notice.
Children's Story Time
Morning Prayer on Facebook
Rev. Elaine invites you to join her on Facebook Live at 10 am Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday for gentle prayer time. Simply check into the church Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/glencairnunitedchurch/.
Join Rev. Elaine for Chat Time on Wednesday.
We are now meeting indoors; there is space for 9 people. Please register by emailing Rev Elaine at email@example.com by Tuesday afternoon. Rev. Elaine will email to confirm.
Please bring your own lawn chair and tea or coffee, we will be physically distanced. Please note you will not have access to any other part of the building, including washrooms, unless it’s an emergency. You will be invited to enter by the doors at the hall.
Join us online Wednesday evening from 7:00 – 8:00 pm by Zoom
All are welcome. No experience necessary. No need to leave home as we go through Zoom.
For details contact the church office at firstname.lastname@example.org or Kevin McComas.
Join us online by Zoom for crafts and conversation. We have two times available.
Wednesday, Afternoon Craft Group - every Wednesday at 3:00 pm by Zoom
Thursday Evening Craft Group - every Thursday at 7:30 pm by Zoom
For connection information contact the church office at email@example.com or Vida Johnston.
The children of the GCUC Children's Choir (K to Grade 6) are now meeting online on Zoom every Thursday evening at 6:30 pm for 40 minutes of song, story time and arts and crafts.
If you think your child would like to join the fun please contact Dianne Hough or Jennifer Yeates. For details contact the church office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Come and join the activities! We would love to have you!
Coffee & Conversation
Programs for our Community
The OASIS in Kanata
Helping caregivers build capacity, confidence, and resilience
The Oasis in Kanata is committed to providing support for all caregivers of people who suffer with symptoms of mental illness, and strives to do this from cradle to grave.
Mental health problems can generally be defined as stemming from a combination of individual genetic pre-dispositions (Nature) and environmental stressors (Nurture). With this in mind, The Oasis in Kanata works to provide support for caregivers through providing information, education, and support.
For help or more information please go to theoasiskanata.ca .
Healing Pathway Team
During this challenging time of physical distancing and staying at home for most people, the Healing Pathway Team is continuing its ministry of healing and prayer within the church and community. Every Monday morning, we gather via Zoom technology to check-in with one another, share a guided meditation and do a simple self-care practice. We also send healing prayers out to those who are not able to be present and to the world by intention.
We are inviting anyone who would like to join us in these Zoom meetings on Mondays at 11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. to experience Healing Pathway in a new way. If you wish to receive an individual Zoom invitation to join the meeting, please contact Joy Judd at email@example.com by Sundays at 8:00 p.m.
If you have any questions, or have someone whom you would like to have included in our healing prayers, please contact our Coordinator, Nancy Kerr at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are also very pleased to share an amazing Spiritual Care Package from the First United Church Healing Pathway Group. Resources include prayers and meditations, reflections and poems. It is for the community in this time of physical distancing and much uncertainty. We may not be able to meet face-to-face, but we can connect heart-to-heart. The connection is the link below.
For more information on Healing Pathway at Glen Cairn United, click here.
Thank You from Rev. Elaine and the Pastoral Care Team
We acknowledge and thank all those who are currently working tirelessly and selflessly to keep us safe during the Covid-19 pandemic. We especially thank health care workers who put themselves in harms way to care for those who need medical attention, in hospitals and in the wider community. We are all comforted knowing medical care is available should we require it. There are so many others who are still working in essential services, that we wish to acknowledge and thank as well. We think of and thank your families who wait for you to come home, as they shelter in place. As we live through these uncertain times, know that you are in our thoughts and prayers, and we ask that God bless each and every one of you.