UCW – Women’s Group
Our next ZOOM meeting will be on Wed. Oct. 28, 7:00 p.m.
The link will be sent to all who are already on the mailing list; please reply to Donna Lelievre: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are hoping to try out the Kahoot site of fun trivia questions about the Gospels.
Our Fundraising idea for 2020!
Last year, together we organized our first Candy Cane Traditions. We were so proud to report there were no ‘falling-outs’ and with the help of everyone in the church we raised over $8,300 at this event! In 2019 a total of $4700 was donated to the general operating fund at Grace. Another $2000 has been donated as well to the church operating fund to conclude our intentions. In addition, donations were made to local charities – Carpenter Hospice, The Elf Network, 5 Oaks, Food 4 Kids, and SOCKS and the Halton Fresh Food Program, totalling over $1600.
How can we fundraise and cope with COVID?
INVITATION FOR SUPPORT:
Instead of holding our traditional bazaar, we are inviting patrons and congregants to assess what you might have spent at Candy Cane Traditions: the church bake tables, vendors’ tables, the jar room, the silent auction, and the Candy Cane Café.
We ask you to consider making a donation to our Candy Cane Traditions account so that we may continue to support not just Grace United but the local charities as well. Donations can be e-transferred to Carol Boyle at: email@example.com
Please note that Grace UCW does not have a charitable number and cannot issue receipts.
Who we are:
The women of Grace United Church gather for fellowship and activities such as movie night, guest speakers, craft nights or a potluck dinner evening.
Our regular meeting is on the 3rd Wednesday of the month. On a typical evening about 15 to 20 women attend, usually from 7:30 p.m. to about 9:30 p.m. at the church.
The next meeting of the UCW will be zoomed on Wednesday Oct. 28 at 7:00 pm. All women are invited to join us.
The purpose of United Church Women is:
To unite women of the congregation for the total mission of the church and to provide a medium through which we may express our loyalty and devotion to Jesus Christ in Christian witness, study, fellowship and service.
At both Nelson and Tansley United Churches, the UCW maintained a strong presence in worship and fundraising, St. Stephen’s Women’s groups refrained from a formal UCW connection.
When amalgamation was confirmed among the three congregations, the women from all our former churches had a lot of dialogue to determine the way forward for the women of Grace United Church Burlington. Eventually we agreed to become an official member of the wider UCW.
Contact the church office for details.