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Remembrance Day

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Reflection: November 4

         As Jasmine so eloquently outlined last Sunday during her prayers of the people, we are now in the season of winter according to the Celtic seasonal calendar.  All Hallows Eve, or Halloween as we now call it, marks that change from one season to the next, from fall ending the cycle read on

New Mustard Seed

the Mustard Seed   Current Edition September 2018 read on

Chancel Murals

As a member of our Church Décor Team, Marg Stacey has been for years, creating murals in the area behind the choir loft. These murals reflect the liturgical seasonal themes and are refreshed several times a year. read on

A Proposal

“Nelson United Church Board Proposal to Build Our Congregation” was presented to the congregation after Worship on Sunday, August 12.  read on

General Council 43

From General Council 43 in Oshawa, ON: On Sunday, July 22, the General Council Remits were ratified by an overwhelming 90% in favour. This, then, commences The United Church of Canada’s move to a three-court model and elimination of presbyteries by January 1, 2019.   read on

The June Mustard Seed

Read the current edition of the NUC newsletter read on

Support Rights and Protections for Transgender Canadians

The United Church is opposed to discrimination against any person on any basis, including gender identity. Transgender and genderqueer people face ongoing discrimination and can have serious difficulties accessing housing, health care, and employment. They frequently do not receive adequate protection under the law and are too often victims of violence. Trans people deserve to read on

Ordinary Time

Most of the Seasons of the Christian Church Year are organized around the two major festivals that mark sacred time, Christmas and Easter. The Christmas Season encompasses the time of preparation during Advent and the celebration of the Twelve Days of Christmas and Epiphany in early January (the 6th). The  Easter Season encompasses the time of preparation during the 40 weekdays of Lent and Holy Week, and read on

Supporting Nelson Pride

Nelson United Church has supported Pride by marching in the parade every Labour Day weekend for 20 years.  read on