Singing for our lives—Saturday, March 24 at 7 PM

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Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. with Sunday School and Nursery Care - followed by Refreshments and Fellowship

In the name of Jesus Christ
we warmly welcome you to our church!

We hope if you are looking for a church home,
you will consider us.
We are a small family sized congregation
with a variety of young, old, couples, and singles.

For 100 years we have been
a strong United Church presence in Swansea.
We are proud of our heritage,
and we look toward our future
with faith and certainty
that, as we grow and change,
we shall continue to play a vital part
in the life and Christian witness
of our community.

On Offer (Click for Details, PDF)
Windermere United Church Statement of Solidarity with Our Neighbours in light of the increased reports of hate crime in recent weeks.

Too many of our community have reason to be afraid for their safety including friends of colour, Muslim, Jewish and LGBTQ neighbours. In our own church we are reflecting on the role privilege and complacency play in perpetuating prejudice. Our church is open to all as a place of refuge and conversation about what we must do together to respond to violence, exclusion and racism.

Sermon: Alexa Gilmour

March 11 — What Are You Afraid Of?[1]

Fear has a way of seeping into our souls and paralyzing us with its venom. What is the antidote to fear? Could the answer be found in the very thing we are most afraid of? The promise of God is that the darkness cannot overcome the light but it can be so hard to see hope when fear takes over.

[1] List of online sermon resources used this week but the most influential resource was BBT in FOTW, Yr B, Vl 2, p91,101,103.

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Click on the image above to read the mid-March NEWSLETTER
- an excellent way to keep up to date on all the happenings at
Windermere United Church

Metro Morning: Alexa Gilmour speaks to Matt about being a small church with a big faith supporting one family's courageous fight to get justice for a group of Toronto refugees. Click to Listen

Toronto Star Article: As an Occupy Protest Chaplain, Rev. Alexa of Windermere United takes aim at clergywomen stereotypes
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