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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On Sunday, April 15, the service will be a version of Messy Church. The theme will be “Spring Festivals”, which will include the “Feast of Unleavened Bread” (Passover) and the Easter celebration. The first half will be a more traditional service based on this theme (with lively hymns, 2 stories and an offering) then the second half will be crafts and decorating cookies downstairs for everyone, not just the children. The crafts will all be related to the theme. Our lunch will have raw veggies with dip, fresh fruit, and the rest will depend on the weather! Encourage your children and grandchildren to come for this family friendly service.


Schomberg United is celebrating its 170th Anniversary at 9:30 am on Sunday Apr. 22 at St. Mary Magdalene Church, 116 Church St. The Joyful Spirits will be singing “Imagine” and “Bridge Over Troubled Water”. There will be no service at Nobleton United that day.


On Wednesday May 9th, at 6:30 pm, we are having our popular Roast Beef Dinner and a choice of homemade pie slices. You can have more than one piece of pie. The cost is $22 per adult, children under 5 are free, and children 5-12 are $10. There will be door prizes. This is a joyous community event and it sells out every year. Do not be disappointed. Call Helen Bible at 905-859-3924 to reserve your seats. There are white table cloths and flowers and plenty of time to talk to friends and neighbours. It is a wonderful community event.


We are happy to announce that the new Chair of our Board is Lynda Rogers. Lynda was Chair many years ago and has agreed to take on this responsibility. The Vice Chair is Gino DiFebo, who has agreed to become the Chair in two years. The congregation also approved the branding logo of a red heart with the shape of the front of our church in white on the right side of the heart, to symbolize “inclusive faith, open hearts”. The red colour is similar to the red brick of our building.


Minister Carol-Ann Chapman is organizing with Rev. Sheilagh Ashworth, the Anglican minister in Schomberg and Kettleby, to have a field trip on Friday June 1 to L’Arche Daybreak in Richmond Hill. L’Arche is a non-denominational, interfaith community that welcomes people from all spiritual traditions, men and women with intellectual disabilities and the assistants who live, work and learn with them. The plan is that a group of people would eat dinner together and then join the service at Dayspring Chapel with the L’Arche people. If you would like to be part of this group, please speak to Carol-Ann.


If you would like to meet our minister casually, come to Nobleton’s Tim Horton’s on Wednesday mid- morning. She plans to be there, if she is not needed elsewhere.


Our worship services are at 11:15 am Sundays at 6076 King Rd., Nobleton. For more info, visit, our Facebook page, or call 905-859-3976. The Church office is normally open on Tues., Wed., and Thurs. mornings. Messages are picked up regularly. Nobleton United is north of the King Rd., about 6 buildings west of Hwy 27. We have a big parking lot at the rear, an accessible ramp, chair lifts and accessible washrooms. We warmly welcome everyone, old and young.

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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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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