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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This Father’s Day, June 17, and the following Sunday June 24, at 11:15 am, we are fortunate to have Bri-anne Swan, a Singer /Songwriter /Community (Pioneer) minister who works with five United Churches (Trinity, Sharon-Hope, Queensville-Holland Landing, Ravenshoe, Keswick). Bri-anne is married with two young children. This new ministry is devoted to helping people live healthy, meaningful, spirit-filled lives, by encouraging people to participate in such activities as community dinners, parent-child drop ins, house concerts, singing circles, podcasts and gardening clubs.

Our next Messy Church is on Tues. June 19, 5 pm – 7 pm. The theme is the story of Hannah, an Old Testament hero. There will be a choice of activities from 5 – 6, then story time at 6 pm, and we eat at 6:15 pm. We will be decorating cookies with happy faces and sad faces to show that God wants us to be honest about our feelings when we pray to Him. There will be 5 other activities related to the theme.


For the first four weeks of July, we will once again have a simplified service at 11:15 am followed by refreshments and discussion. On Wednesdays in July we are invited to participate with Schomberg United in a mini-service at 6 pm, followed by a pot luck dinner at 6:30 pm. On Sunday July 29, at 11 am, we will gather to have a joint pot luck picnic and service at Jack and Kim Campbell’s. It is fun for everyone. The children can bounce on the trampoline and look for frogs in the stream after participating in the service with the Front Porch Harmony providing the musical entertainment.


During August, Nobleton United is closed, but we have been invited to either an Anglican service at St. Mary’s Magdalene’s in Schomberg at 10:30 am on Aug. 5, 12 and 19, or to join a United service at Palgrave, 34 Pine St. at 10:30 am. On Aug. 26th, there will be an ecumenical service (United Church, Presbyterian, and Anglican) at the Dufferin Marsh in Schomberg.


On Fri. Sept. 21st, 7 p.m., there is a Wine and Beer tasting evening at our church. Alyson Douglas is the hostess to introduce you to various wines and beers as you nibble on snacks and cheeses. If you are interested, contact Sharon Birks at 905-859-4793 or email nobletonunitedchurch@bellnet.ca to reserve a $30 ticket.


Our Harvest Dinner will be on Fri. Sept. 28. More info later.


For more info, visit nobletonunitedchurch.com, 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.

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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