Nobleton United Church

Welcome to Nobleton United Church, where you will discover a friendly and supportive community of warm, welcoming families and individuals.  We are friends and neighbours,  committed to helping those in need, within Nobleton and in the world beyond.  We hope you will explore our web site and join us for a concert, outreach event, or our church services.

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Our regular church services on Sunday are at 11:15 am. This summer, we will have services all July at Nobleton United, except on Sunday July 23 when Jack and Kim Campbell have kindly offered their place for a short service, picnic, swim, and walk in the forest. Schomberg United invites all to join them on Wednesdays in July for a short service at 6 pm, and then a BBQ with potluck salads and desserts.

For cottagers who may miss Sunday services (everyone is welcome, not just cottagers), Schomberg will be hosting Wednesday services (July 5, 12, 19 and 26), also only ½ h, at 6 pm, followed by a meal. Schomberg will provide the protein, and everyone else is to come with a potluck salad or dessert. These services will be different from the Sunday services, but will also be focussed on a section of the Song of Faith.


On Sundays July 9, 16 and 30, we will have similar short ½ h services, followed by discussion, at Nobleton United at 11:15 am.  On July 23, Jack and Kim Campbell have kindly offered their place for a short service, BBQ picnic, swim, and walk in the forest.


For August, Nobleton has accepted Schomberg United’s invitation to join them for the following services: for Aug. 6th at 9:30 am at Kitchen Breedon Manor; for Aug. 13th at 10:30 am at St. Mary Magdalene for an Anglican lay-led morning prayer service; for Aug. 20th at 10:30 am also at St. Mary Magdalene for an Anglican Communion service led by Rev. Sheilagh Ashworth;  and for Aug. 27th, at 10:30 am an ecumenical service with Anglicans, Presbyterians, and United Church people at the Dufferin Marsh in Schomberg. Park on Dr. Kay Dr. Pot luck lunch follows this last service.

Nobleton United Church recently donated $300 to the King Township Food Bank for their Pop-Up Clothing request for new socks and underwear. The Church had raised $585 for Outreach from their Dunk Tank event at the Victoria Day Fair at the Nobleton Arena. Jeff MacDonald was the chief organizer of this event. Nancy Hopkinson was one of the people who got dunked many times. Minister Carol-Ann Chapman enjoyed her first Nobleton Victoria Day. Carol Ann Trabert received the cheque on behalf of the King Township Food Bank. The rest of the funds will be used for youth and seniors’ programs.

For more info, visit, our Facebook page, or call 905-859-3976. The Nobleton United Church office is normally open on Wed. and Thurs. mornings. Messages are picked up regularly. We are located at 6076 King Rd., north side, about 6 buildings west of Hwy 27. We have a big parking lot at the rear of the building, an accessible ramp at the rear of the building, chair lifts and accessible washrooms.

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6076 King Road, Nobleton, Ontario, L0G 1N0

We have two accessible handicapped spots in our parking lot near the rear entrance.  There is a wheelchair ramp to enter the building at the rear.  Once inside, there are two chair lifts.  One takes you up the seven steps to the sanctuary level.  The other one takes you down the seven steps to the lower level where we often host special events.  We have a wheelchair accessible washroom at each level.  In addition, we have two wheelchairs available, one for each level.

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Churches boost King for Refugees

Nobleton and Schomberg United Churches presented King for Refugees (KfR) $15,800 to help sponsor their next Syrian family, which hopefully will be coming in September. Shown are (l to r):  Ann Raney (head of KfR); Dima Berchalli (KfR internal communications); Paul Olsen, Chair of Nobleton United Church; Terry Turner (KfR finance). Absent from photo was Sheila Darnowski, Chair of Schomberg United Church.


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