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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Come hear a fiery, friendly and discussion-provoking talk by special guest Rachel Clark this Sun. Nov. 19th at our 11:15 am service on the topic “All are welcome. Some terms and conditions may apply”. Rachel is a notable LGBTQ activist and has been invited to speak at numerous events within and beyond the United Church. She is currently working on her Masters of Theological Studies at Emmanuel College. Rachel recently began a bi-monthly column in the Caledon Enterprise and the Orangeville Banner.

 

Seniors in the Nobleton and Schomberg area are invited to the Seniors’ Luncheon sponsored by Schomberg United Church on Tues. Nov. 21st at noon at 116 Church St. downstairs with easy access from the back of the church. There is entertainment by our organist Dennis Kowal’s Sentimental Journey. For a ride or more info, contact Sheila Kelly 905-939-2315.

 

Bring your child or grandchild aged 2-14 years to Messy Church on Tues. Nov. 21, 5 – 7 pm. There will be carving on a bar of soap; making a heart with air-drying clay and decorating with sequins and beads; mat weaving with strips of paper; making a model flat roofed house, decorating a shortbread cookie which is in the shape of a mat. There is story time at 6 pm to explain how the activities relate to the story from Luke 5: 17-26 about forgiveness and the man who could not walk until his sins were forgiven. We eat at 6:15 pm. After dinner the adults and children socialize or do more activities. For more info, contact me at 905-859-0761.

 

Schomberg United is hosting a Craft and Bake Sale on Sat. Nov. 25, 9 am- 1 pm at 116 Church St. There are handmade jewellery, soap, painted candles, pottery, cards, sewn, knit and preserved items. The tea room will serve breakfast of muffins and tea biscuits or a gluten-free item with coffee, tea or O.J. Later the tea room will serve a lunch of ham and cheese on tea biscuits with raw veggies and dip with tea or coffee. Breakfast or lunch is $5.

 

For youth aged 10 to 16, the Schomberg Youth Club meets on Friday evenings, 7-9 pm at Schomberg Public School. There are various sports, and guitar playing. There is no charge. For more info, contact Jack Campbell at 905-939-2992.

 

We are looking forward to Holy Humour Sunday on Nov. 26. There will be a skit, jokes and surprises.

 

Our very popular Breakfast with Santa is on Sat. Dec. 2, 8:30 am – 10:30 am. The breakfast is pancakes, syrup, sausages and a beverage. For the children, these are arranged to look like a snowman with sausage arms, and chocolate chip eyes, and covered with icing sugar. Santa always drops in and provides a lovely stuffed animal for each child. Pictures are taken of each child on Santa’s knee and the pictures are given to the parent or adult with them. This event is fun for everyone, so even if you are not a parent, you can enjoy the breakfast and see the children having fun with Santa. A “Good Will” offering will be donated to the “Nobleton Christmas Drive” (Mimi Buchanan works in cooperation with “Christmas in King”). Nobleton United will be matching the funds collected up to a maximum of $500.


Christmas Eve is a Sunday this year. We are having a family friendly “Christmas Eve Morning” service at 11:15 am, with refreshments afterwards. The musically talented Sandra Kirby will be singing three pieces and leading the singing of familiar carols. The ABC’s of Christmas will be told using a box full of presents. For those wanting an evening service, Schomberg United will be offering a Communion Service at 7 pm at 116 Church St.

 

Last Sunday was our Remembrance Service. We honoured members from Schomberg and Nobleton United who enlisted in one of the great wars. We also honoured friends and family who had served or are serving in our military. Andy MacPherson read a letter written by his Dad to his Aunt Flossy detailing his experiences in the Second World War. Andy also related his remembrances as a very young child in England during the war. The service ended with the Last Post, played by trumpeter Dr. Cameron Lindsay.

 

Our worship services are at 11:15 am Sundays at 6076 King Rd., Nobleton. For more info, visit nobletonunitedchurch.com, our Facebook page, or call 905-859-3976. The Nobleton United Church office is normally open on Tues., Wed., and Thurs. mornings. Messages are picked up regularly. Nobleton United is on the north side of the King Rd., 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. 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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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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