Grace United Church is an inclusive, intergenerational, community partner at the corner of Cathcart & Indian in Sarnia, Ontario and an Affirming Ministry. We look forward to having you stop by and see if our congregation is a good fit for you and your family. There's no dress code. Lori Armstrong is happy to answer any questions you may have about our congregation during office hours, or you can message us on Facebook.
Sarnia Pride Alliance Dinner
Growth & Giving
Fall Fair Book Sale
Men's Club BBQ
Confirmands and Mentors
Celebrating Her 90th
Change in Pastoral Relations
Rev. Brad Morrison has accepted a call to Strathroy United Church. His last day was June 9th. Grace Council has established a short term coverage plan for pulpit supply and pastoral care through September 1st. If you require pastoral care during this time of transition, please contact the church office. In the meantime, we have been in conversation with the Regional Council Office to explore potential paths toward calling a new minister. The flowchart plots potential pathways and the handbooks will guide the work of Council.
- Flowchart - Pathways for Change in Pastoral Relations
- The Manual 2019
- Pastoral Relations - Primary Resource
- Pastoral Relations - Additional Resources
At a congregational meeting duly held on July 7th, the congregation of Grace United Church approved the Supply Minister route and the related documents - the position description and five required ministry profiles for posting to the United Church of Canada "Church Hub" website. Thus, the search has begun for a Supply Minister.
- Congregational Meeting Minutes 2019-07-07 (DRAFT)
- Supply Minister Position Description
- 1 - Living Faith Story
- 2 - Demographics
- 3 - Financial Viability
- 4 - Real Property
- 5 - Manse Information
Grace News contains announcements, a weekly calendar and a monthly calendar.
Grace Notes is a periodic update on what's been happening, and the current direction of the church in Sarnia.