Fenwick United Church

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Fenwick United Church

Mission Statement

To be an inclusive faith community in Fenwick, practising the teachings of Jesus.

Sunday services are normally held at 11 am. We invite everyone to join us in worship. Church school is also held at 11 am each Sunday from September to June.  Nursery services are provided year-round during the service.

The services are available on Zoom on Sundays at 11 am through the link below, for those unable to attend the service in person.

Link to Fenwick Zoom Services: 

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83590909788?pwd=VExwTU1UQlY0UFlBbkRROGhDbVpOZz09

Meeting ID: 835 9090 9788    Passcode: 947106

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If you are interested in seeing the recording of a prior service, please contact the church office at fenwick.united.church@gmail.com and a link will be sent to you.  

Click here for some previous Zoom service recordings.

COVID PROTOCOLS: We do not require you to wear a mask but we respect your right to do so. If you have been diagnosed with Covid or experience symptoms, please stay home. We will continue to monitor and respond to any changes in health mandates.  

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Fenwick United Church
Fenwick United Church

COLLECTING MILK BAGS

The exterior milk bags we collect are making a difference. Please keep drying, saving and putting them into the box in the kitchen.

From one of the people who makes them into mats:

"I was at the Smithville Legion today picking up a huge amount of milk bags (all the Legions got together and collected bags for our group specifically). They collect bags for us, we make them into mats and bring them back to the Legion (and other organizations). The Legion has been giving the mats to another group who donated the mats to our homeless vets. So when I went to pick up today, I was asking how our mats are being received. Kathey said they are so appreciated and the need is increasing. She added that the police and EMTs are now taking our mats and giving them out to homeless they see. She said, please keep making them."

“But if anyone has the world's goods and sees his brother in need, yet closes his heart against him, how does God's love abide in him?” - 1 John 3:17

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Lindsey Michelle