The NKUC United Church Women are holding their annual Christmas Bazaar, Saturday Nov. 16, from 10 a.m. – 12 noon.
Everyone is welcome. You’ll find handicrafts and delicious home baking, the kids’ Touch-N-Take table, our Deli Table with homemade jams, jellies and candy, and our delicious perogies. Admission is free and we’re handicap accessible.
This year marks the 60th anniversary of our congregation. An anniversary worship service “Celebrating God’s Faithfulness” will be held on Sunday, November 3, 2019 at 10 a.m. Invitations will be sent to former members and friends to invite them to the service. If you know of anyone who may be interested in attending this special service, please contact Barbara Wiebe and an invitation will be sent. We will celebrate with cake and coffee and fellowship following the service.
NKUC In Search of Administrative Support
North Kildonan United Church is in search of an Administrative Support person to fill a vacancy beginning Tuesday, Nov. 19. This is a part time, permanent contract position with a six month probationary period. Deadline for application is noon, Tuesday, Oct. 22. Download the PDF notice for details. Continue reading
This year marks the 60th anniversary (1959-2019) of North Kildonan United Church.
A service of celebration will be held on Sunday, Nov. 3, at 10 a.m.
This special anniversary service, “celebrating God’s faithfulness” is open to family, friends, former members of the congregation and the community.
Please join us in celebrating 60 years as a community of faith.
The church is located at 174 Pentland St., between Gilmore and McIvor avenues.
Any questions, please contact the church office at 204-667-7408.
Our new church season will begin in September — our Sunday School, Youth Group, Men’s Group, United Church Women, and other activities. Download the latest edition of the NKUC Spirit newsletter to see what we’ve been up to.
West Broadway Community Ministry is in need of groceries to stock their emergency Food Pantry.
They have shelves full of Kraft Dinner, but man cannot live on KD alone! July and August are always a lean time for WBCM so if you can help please bring your donations to the church and Barb or Doris will make sure it is brought to West Broadway.
List of grocery items needed is posted on the bulletin board. Thank for your support.
If you have an overabundance of vegetables in your garden, West Broadway will also take all your fresh produce – I’m sure there must be lots of zucchinis around that you don’t know what to do with – Zyta, the chef at West Broadway, serves homemade soup 4 days a week for lunch and she can use any fresh produce you can spare.
See Barbara Wiebe if you have anything to donate. Thanks very much!
All members of North Kildonan United Church congregation are cordially invited to an English “ultimate” tea to honour our beloved Rev. Marc as he prepares for his departure as our spiritual leader.
This farewell event will be held on Sunday evening, June 23 from 7-9 p.m. in the church sanctuary, with the program beginning at 7 p.m. sharp. More detailed information will follow.
We would also ask that you complete a Memory Card to share a special memory you have of Rev. Marc’s time with us…this can either be completed by email and sent to Barbara Wiebe (email@example.com) or a hard copy can be left at the church office or put on the offering plate. Printed copies are also available in the Narthex. Please return no later than June 9.
Download the Spring edition of NKUC ‘s The Spirit newsletter.
We need your help! It is a wonderful, fun event!
North Kildonan United Church is having a Garage Sale –
Friday, April 26, 10 a.m.- 8 pm
Saturday, April 27, 8 a.m.- 3 pm
Donations of all kinds, large and small are being accepted….. toys, plants in pots and labeled, gardening tools, hobbies and crafts, collectibles, clothing on hangars, sporting goods, linen, books, furniture, kitchen items, baby items, office equipment and more! Continue reading
A food collection initiative
NKUC is supporting Operation Ezra, a joint collaboration of Jewish and Christian groups, and the only organized Yazidi rescue effort in North America. We’re also doing a food drive.
The Yazidis are one of the oldest religious and ethnic minorities in the world, living primarily in the Nineveh Province of Iraq. They have faced persecution for over 700 years because of their beliefs. Their population has been decimated from 23 million to approximately 700,000 today with approximately 500,000 scattered throughout Iraq; 100,000 in UNHCR camps in Syria and Turkey and 100,000 in Europe (mostly Germany). Continue reading