Congregational Life

Nelson United Church is a vibrant congregation with many things on the go.

In this section of our website are links to our activities and information about Nelson United Church.

We offer two academic scholarships

We are an affirming congregation

Youth Programs

the Mustard Seed, our church newsletter

NUC Marriage Policy

To do our work of our church we have dedicated people offering their time and talents when and where they are able.

Some of these people are named below:

 

Youth Minister:   Robin Murray 

New Team Working for You

Nominations Team
Lois Berg, Leah Gray, Joe Woodward, and Nancy Jones as members and David as consultant is an ad hoc team that will meet when the need arises to fill vacancies. you have an interest in serving a term as a Staff Team Representative or as a Presbytery Representative, please talk to one of the nominating team members.

 

2015 Annual Report

For the Week of December 10

ADVENT 2           We seek Peace read on

We have a Vision Statement

NUC Vision Statement read on

For the Week of December 3

ADVENT 1 Hope That is Active read on

For the Week of November 26

Twenty-fifth Sunday after Pentecost             REIGN OF CHRIST read on

For the Week of November 19

Twenty-fourth Sunday after Pentecost             The Story of Deborah!         read on

Town Hall — Another look at our Vision Statement

      The booklet above is the outline and collection of information gathered in the “Building for the Future” undertaking Nelson United Church has been involved in since benefiting from a $1oo,ooo bequest made in November 2015. This was also described in the November 2016 edition of The Mustard Seed. In summary: November 16, 2015, read on

For the Week of November 12

Twenty-third Sunday after Pentecost              Pray for Peace read on

For the Week of November 5

Twenty-second Sunday after Pentecost               All Saints Sunday read on

Reformation Sunday

On October 31, 2017, we celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. The date comes from Martin Luther’s act of tacking on the door of the Wittenberg Cathedral a document containing ninety-five theological theses (propositions) and criticisms of the church of his day. While Luther’s act was unquestionably important, and his critique 
led to the read on

For the Week of October 29

Twenty-first Sunday after Pentecost                   “Reformation Sunday” read on