Grace United Church is an inclusive, intergenerational, community partner at the corner of Cathcart & Indian in Sarnia, Ontario. We look forward to having you stop by and see if our congregation is a good fit for you and your family. Lori Armstrong is always available during office hours to answer any questions you may have about our congregation.
Lunches 4 Learning
Besig & Price
Confirmands and Mentors
Growth & Giving Capital Campaign
Thank you for your generous gifts. As of September 30, 2017, we've raised $154.7k. This income includes profits from our promotional events, an accessibility grant, and donations from 135 families, individuals or groups.
Benefits. Your contribution to our Growth & Giving campaign builds our congregation's capacity for serving as is a strong community partner. We use our building every day to benefit the congregation and many local organizations and groups. Your contribution helps us to create a warm, welcoming, people-oriented space for the people and programs that enrich Sarnia-Lambton.
Projects. To date, we`ve spent $117.4k. As you consider your financial gift, here is an update.
The Affirming Ministries Program is a network of United Church congregations and ministries that declare themselves to be fully inclusive of people of all sexual orientations and gender identities. Before declaring themselves to be Affirming, local congregations, colleges, church courts, and other ministries study issues of sexual orientation and gender identity; make a statement of welcome; and commit themselves to work for justice and inclusion within their congregation, the wider church, and their community. The program was launched in 1992. The United Church officially endorsed the program in 2000 and encouraged its ministries to participate. Grace United Church is now exploring this program. To learn more, please follow our blog Affirm Grace.
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.