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Sunday mornings at 10 a.m.

Join us for coffee and fellowship following service


You heard it through the Grace-Line April 21st, 2024

 Important Information for All: 

Please do not wear/use fragrances before you come to Grace. We have a number of people who are severely allergic/sensitive to scents and we need to make sure that Grace is a safe space for all.

Sunday service at 10:00 am.
Grace invites all to gather together in the building or online for worship.
If you prefer to worship online, service is available both live streamed and recorded on the

 Grace United Church YouTube Channel


Electronics Recycling Event Event 9 AM – 2 PM
We still need helpers so come out and we can find a job for you!


Senior Seated and Stretch Yoga    1:00 PM – 2:15 PM

Book Club @ Grace   7:00 PM


Singing Strings 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM

PFlag Grandparents Info Event 7:00 PM


Men’s Breakfast   8:30 AM at Harvest Table

Charity Stitchers 9:00 AM

Senior Seated and Stretch Yoga     1:00 PM – 2:15 PM


Coffee Time 10:30 AM   All are invited to drop by and say HI!

Choir Practice 7:30 PM


Line Dancing 11:00 AM


UCW Regional meeting

Dates for your Calendar:
High Tea and Vendor Market – May 11th  

Mega Used Book Sale – June 7th and 8th 

What is the Ministry of Care?

Each week Richard announces that the Ministry of Care asks folk to list their names on the Communication Sheets, but who is the Ministry of Care and what is its function?

The Ministry of Care is an umbrella-like component of Grace under which fall Care Network at Grace (CN@G), Prayer Chain, Prayer Shawl Ministry, Prayer Wall, Funerals and Welcoming.  The Co-Ordinator of the Ministry of Care is Sue Stephen.

The Care Network at Grace is here to support any member of the Grace family in times of injury, illness or bereavement, and our members who no longer live independently or are unable to regularly attend or physically participate in the life of the congregation. Contact may be by phone, personal visit, greeting cards, or the provision of occasional meals. If you, or someone you know would benefit from the care of CN@G please contact

News for the Week

Electronics Recycling Event

Saturday April 20, 2024   9:00 AM – 2:00 PM

This is a great way to safely dispose of your unused electronics. It is a drive and and drop off event so you don’t even have to leave your car to drop off items.

This is a free event!

Click here to see a list of items we will be collecting.

Education and Advocacy Committee (EAC):

Grandparents Information Session on the 2SLGBTQIA+ Community

Do you have a grandchild who is under the rainbow?
Are you confused about all these letters and what they mean?

Join PFLAG on April 23, 2024, at Grace 7:00 – 8:30 PM for an information session where you can ask questions and learn more about the community, including how to support your grandchild or other family members who are part of the community.

With the original mandate of the Affirming Ministry Committee being complete, the committee now known as The Education and Advocacy Committee (EAC) is looking at what our next steps will be. We are asking Grace folks to complete a brief survey (see the link below) to give us direction as to the interests of Grace’s community of faith. This will inform us as to which areas Grace would be interested in exploring next.

We invite you to take a few minutes to complete the Education and Advocacy Committee (EAC) Survey before the end of April. If you have any questions, please ask a member of the Education and Advisory Committee.

Paul Bartu, Holly Dobson, Sharyn Georgas, Janice Martin (co-chair), Kathryn Munn (co-chair)

  • There are now sign up sheets in the Narthex asking for food and volunteers on the day.

Are you or do you know someone who is looking for a part-time job?  Grace is looking for a new Office Administrator.  Please see this link to view the posting

Do you have questions about Grace or some of the Grace groups, but don’t know how to contact them?  Here are some email addresses you might find helpful.

GPS Team (Grace building redesign team):
Education and Advocacy Committee (formerly Affirming):
Property Committee:
Prayer requests:
Care Network or Prayer Shawl requests:
Outreach :
Questions about giving to Grace:

Ways to Support the work and programs at Grace United Church

How to make a donation to Grace United:

  • By e-transfer using

    • If you are a first time giver please include your name and address

  • Bring your donation to church with you on Sunday morning

  • Donate on-line using CanadaHelps . You can scan this code with your phone to make a donation.


  • PAR (pre authorized remittance) – Please contact the office for more information

Links to Learn about Ways to Connect with Others at Grace

Grace is here in a number of ways to help if you are in need.

Here is a listing of many groups that make Grace “Grace”, click on the link to learn more

Charity Stitchers 

Meet each Wednesday morning from 9 – 2:30 PM at the back of the worship space.

Care Network @ Grace

If you are in need or know someone who is, please feel free to contact.

Prayer Shawls

Do you know someone who might need a special hug from Grace?  Contact the Care Team for assistance.

Prayer Chain Requests

If you would like to have our prayer team include your concern in their prayers, please email.

A Passion for Puzzles

A great way to enjoy a rainy day. Over 200 puzzles are available! There are 3 sizes of puzzles available to loan: 500- piece, 750-piece and 1,000-piece.  If you wish to borrow a puzzle please contact the office.

Ways to Help in the Community 

North BurLINKton Community dinners hosted at Glad Tidings Church (1401 Guelph Line). These are held on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of the month and volunteer opportunities await! Contact Outreach to find out more

We would like to remind everyone that Grace has two ways to improve your worship experience if you are hearing impaired.

1) Grace has personal FM receivers that you can place over your ear
2) If your hearing aid has a t-coil setting you can sit in the pew in front of the sound booth, which is set up with a hearing loop. You need to be able to switch your hearing device to the t-coil setting.

Please come to the sound booth at least 10 minutes before service if you require hearing assistance to allow the team to set you up.